Book-Themed Desserts

In a former blog we told you some about some amazing drinks you could create to go along with three amazing books. If you tried them, and we hope you did, let us know what you thought of the pairing! If you are confused and have no idea what we are talking about, you can read about book-themed drinks here and wine-paired books here.

To keep the excitement going we are going to share some dessert recipes, based on books as well. Have one we didn’t mention? Comment below, we want to hear your ideas.

Dracula1Red-Velvet-Ice-Cream

We could spend this time talking about desserts that look like Dracula, or vampire teeth or crosses. We could even go into how to make a red velvet cake, because let’s be honest, that fits. Instead this recipe, and the others, are simple and easy. If you have the ingredients, you can make right away!

Needed items:

  • Vanilla ice cream
  • Red food coloring
  • Chocolate chips

Put the desired amount of ice cream in a bowl, followed by a few drops of red food coloring. Place in as many drops as necessary to turn the ice cream into a deep red color. Stir. Add chocolate chips. Serve and enjoy.

Dunecrust-11

Think dessert and spice here folks and you will have an amazing dessert. These ingredients are simple and many pre-made, but if you are fancy, you can try to make everything from scratch.

Needed items:

  • Butterscotch pudding mix
  • Pre-made graham cracker crusts

Make the butterscotch pudding as directed. Take out the crusts and pour the pudding into the crust. Level and enjoy!

1984Saltines

This book is based on people losing their privacy, so this dessert needs to be simple and unsuspicious.

Needed items:

  • Saltine crackers

Eat Saltine crackers and pretend is a better time.

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