6 Warm Desserts for These Cold Days

Cold rainy days won't get you down when you've got these treats.

Warm desserts are heaven-sent during chilly, rainy weather. Like all good desserts, it will also bring you happiness. Enjoy these tasty treats fresh from the oven, or warm them up in a toaster or microwave oven. Make sure you’re not alone — these are made for sharing: 




1 Cinnamon Buns

This classic has the cinnamon and cream cheese flavors you love. Making it at home will fill your space with the delicious scents of cinnamon, vanilla, cream, and butter. 


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2 Chocolate Molten Lava Cake

A lot of people get intimidated by the choco lava cake recipe, but it’s actually easy to make! After all, the original recipe was born out of a chocolate cake mistake. All you need to do is underbake. 



The secret to eating this? Make sure each bite contains cake, lava, and ice cream!

This gooey cake is made with white chocolate!




3 Apple Crumble Pie

This comforting pie tastes like a dream. It’s so easy to put together, too! Revel in this no-fail recipe's crunch and warm, tart, tender apples. 


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Serve this pie with large dollops of whipped cream or vanilla ice cream on top!





4 Skillet Cookie Ala Mode

Nothing is quite like a warm, soft cookie with the chocolate chunks still warm and melted. Want a warm cookie anytime? Cover your shaped cookie dough in plastic wrap and freeze. Feel free to cook in the oven right out the freezer, and just adjust the baking time until you achieve your desired amount of doneness.


A chewy chocolate cookie dough loaded with two kinds of chocolate, gooey caramel, and a sprinkling of walnuts.

Serve this decadent cookie dessert with ice cream on top.

Use your cast iron skillet for desserts!

Perfectly cap off dinner by sharing this giant, warm chocolate-y cookie with your family!





5 Ginataang Bilo-Bilo

Creamy, chewy and earthy, this homey classic will warm you up not just with its medley of delicious textures but also with a surge of childhood memories with each spoonful. 


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6 Turon

Crunchy on the outside and sweet, soft and fruity on the inside, this Filipino snack dessert is best eaten warm. Make them, freeze them before frying and you get to have warm rolls anytime.



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Make this merienda classic!

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This is a light and perfectly puffed baked treat!

Serve this pineapple number with coconut ice cream!

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