These Two Ingredient Desserts Will Be Your New Sweet Obsession

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I have a huge sweet tooth: if there's a tray of freshly baked cookies on the table, there's absolutely no way that I'm going to stop at just one. There is one downside with being a dessert junkie though, and that's that it can be a hassle to make homemade treats - who wants to deal with a million ingredients and a ton of dirty bowls to wash? If you love sugary sweetness, but loathe the cleanup and the tedious process, may I introduce you to the magical two-ingredient dessert. Trust: you're going to want to try these.

Forget super complicated recipes: these homemade treats are insanely good, and insanely easy. With two ingredients, you definitely don't need to be a crazy baker in order to master them - what could be a better homemade concoction?! Here are four recipes that you need to try ASAP:

1. Strawberry Fudge

If you're looking for a cute treat for Valentine's Day (or just want to eat something pink) this fudge recipe from Cincy Shopper couldn't be easier. Simply melt a 12 oz bag of white chocolate into a 16 oz container of strawberry cake frosting, mix together, and place in an 8 x 8 inch cake pan to cool. When it's ready, cut into squares, and enjoy!

2. Peanut Butter Fudge

Peanut Butter FudgeThis recipe is pretty similar to the Strawberry Fudge one, but if you're more about that peanut butter life than strawberry, you're going to freak out over this rich, super easy recipe from Two Chics and a Blog. Simply combine 18 oz of peanut butter with a 16 oz can of melted vanilla cake frosting. Pour the mixture into a pan, let cool, and cut into squares to enjoy the easiest PB fudge that ever existed.

3. Cookies And Cream Breakaway

Put down the cookies and cream Ben & Jerry's: this recipe from LilyShop is a totally new spin on your favorite flavor. Melt 12 oz of your favorite white chocolate (they used Ghirardelli in the original recipe) and mix in 15 crumbled Oreo cookies. Lay out the bark on a pan with parchment paper and put in the fridge to chill until it's ready to be eaten - which I have a feeling will be sooner rather than later.

4. Banana Cookies

This recipe from The Burlap Bag has the added bonus of being the healthiest recipe on this list. Simply combine two large, ripe bananas with one cup of quick or regular oats. Roll out approximately 16 cookies, and then bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees on a greased baking sheet. If you want to get super fancy with it, feel free to add in any additional treats, like nuts or chocolate. (I will totally do both.) Making dessert doesn't have to be a chore: with these recipes, you can have dessert every single day. You're welcome.
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