5 Delicious Desserts You Didn't Know You Can Make in a Turbo Broiler

Use this versatile kitchen appliance to make sweet treats!

Turbo broilers deserve more attention than they get: they are very versatile in the sense that you can use them for both sweet and savory dishes. For desserts, they help yield very specific results: if you want your dish to be crunchy or caramelized on the outside and soft and gooey on the inside, try giving your turbo broiler a whirl instead of your oven! Here are 5 easy recipes to try when you’re craving for a quick dessert.

 


 

1 Mini Molten Chocolate Cake

Turbo broilers are perfect for molten lava cakes. Here is a basic recipe that only takes 20 minutes to make.

 

These sumptuous cakes can be made in a turbo broiler!

 

 

2 Cassava Cake

You don’t need an oven to make cassava cake! A turbo broiler is strong enough to cook grated cassava, you that toasted cheese topping is achievable with the appliance’s broiling feature.

 

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No oven? You can use a turbo broiler to make cassava cake at home!

 


 

3 Coffee and Marshmallow Brownie Cups

Turbo broilers are great for brownies: they will be toasted on the outside, and the inside will remain thick and gooey. The marshmallows in the recipe will also melt into gooey goodness!

 

Make this decadent dessert in a snap!

 


 

4 Ensaymada Bread Pudding

Bread pudding needs to be soft and thick under a crunchy, caramelized, crusted top. Add a sprinkle of nuts to add extra crunch!

 

This bread pudding recipe is made easy with a Pinoy favorite: ensaymada.

 

 


 

5 Double Chocolate Skillet Cookie

Because skillets won’t fit inside turbo broilers, use a deep broiler-proof dish to bake this cookie. Set it at a low temperature so it stays half-baked on the inside. Serve it with a scoop of ice cream on top!

 

Serve this decadent cookie dessert with ice cream on top.

 

 

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It's as easy as mix, marinade, and roast until golden brown!

 

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