28 Amazing Bridal Shower Desserts

Are you looking for some delicious ideas for your next bridal shower party? Well, look no further because we’ve got 28 easy recipes for you. From cupcakes to cookies, these treats are sure to impress everyone at your event.

28 Amazing Bridal Shower Desserts

Bridal showers are great opportunities for women to get together and celebrate their upcoming nuptials. They also provide a chance for friends and family members to show off their talents.

1. Orange Creamsicle Fruit Dip

This creamy orange fruit dip is just divine with fresh summer fruits at your next bridal shower event! The dip has this tangy flavor to it that goes so well with strawberries and kiwis and any other fruits you prefer to serve with it because the choice is yours!

2. Mini Lemon Cheesecake Tarts

These mini lemon cheesecakes are perfect for any bride-to-be who wants something sweet and delicious to serve her friends and family during her bridal shower. They’re easy to make and bake ahead of time, making it easier to plan ahead.

You’ll love how cute they look served up with some pretty paper straws. The mini lemon cheesecake tart recipe makes about 24 small tarts, perfect for a bridal shower or wedding reception.

3. Watermelon Cups

The Watermelon Cup is a fun way to serve watermelon without cutting into it. You just cut off the bottom of the melon and use a cup to scoop out the flesh. This makes it easier to eat and prevents messes.

4. Nutella-Stuffed Strawberries

The strawberry filling contains chocolate spread, vanilla yogurt, whipped cream, powdered sugar, and even some sprinkles. You simply cut off the top of the strawberry, scoop out the inside, stuff it with the filling, and put it back together again.

The end product looks like a miniature Nutella jar. This dark hazelnut spread is loved worldwide. And while you might think it’d be hard to find a way to stuff strawberries with Nutella, we found just the thing.

These Nutella-stuffed strawberries are delicious, easy to make, and perfect for summer picnics and parties.

5. Sugar Cookie Fruit Pizzas

The best part about making these pizzas is that they don’t require much work. You simply mix up some dough, roll it into balls, and bake them in the oven.

Then you layer the toppings over the baked disks. Once everything is ready, it takes less than 10 minutes to assemble each pizza.

You can use whatever fruits you like, but we recommend topping ours with sliced strawberries, bananas, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and pineapple.

If you want, you can add nuts, chocolate chips, or sprinkles to give the finished product a little extra flair.

6. Strawberry Shortcake Puffs

This recipe for strawberry shortcake puff pastry bites is delicious and all of your bridal party guests will think so too!

They’re light, and sweet, and taste like a burst of fruit flavors when you take a single bite. You really cannot go wrong with something so sweet and delightful now, can you?

7. Mini Cherry Cheesecakes

They are delicious and easy to make, plus you don’t even have to bake them! The holidays are upon us once again, and you know what that means — it’s time to make some mini cherry cheesecakes.

These little treats are super easy to whip up and perfect for entertaining during the holiday season.

8. Fruit And Cheese Kebabs

Kebab is one of the most popular food items around the world. But what about kebabs where you use fruit and cheese as toppings? That’s exactly what you’ll find here.

This recipe uses just five ingredients, so it’s easy enough to make even for beginners. If you’re looking for something different to serve guests during dinner parties, try making fruit and cheese kebabs.

These skewers are easy to make, and you’ll find plenty of recipes online. They’re great because they’re healthy and delicious. Plus, they look cute served up on a platter. If you want to add some spice to your party food, use cayenne pepper and paprika.

9. Meringue Shells With Lemon Curd

This recipe is easy enough to make ahead and freeze. Just pop it into the freezer and bake it later. This meringue shell dessert is perfect for entertaining because you can assemble it up to one day in advance.

10. Chocolate Chip Red Velvet Whoopie Pies

Whoopie pies are a classic American dessert. They’re often filled with cream cheese frosting, but there’s no reason you can’t use chocolate chip cookie dough instead.

This recipe combines both flavors into one delicious treat. Whoopie pies are one of those desserts that everyone loves. They’re easy to make, and you don’t even need a mixer.

11. Caramel Apple And Brie Skewers

This is one of our favorite fall recipes because it tastes like sweet caramel apples but doesn’t require baking. You just dip the apple into melted butter and sugar, then roll it around in cinnamon sugar.

Caramel apples are a classic dessert. But what about caramel apple brie skewers? These sweet treats look like something you’d find at a Halloween party.

12. Berry-Filled Doughnuts

These are the real deal — filled with real berries and topped with chocolate glaze. They’re delicious, and they’re easy to make. You don’t even need a recipe. Here’s how it works:

  • Combine 2 cups flour, ¼ cup sugar, ½ teaspoon salt, and 3 teaspoons baking powder in a large bowl.
  • Add 4 tablespoons butter and cut into pieces. Using a pastry blender or fork, mix together until the mixture resembles a coarse meal.
  • Whisk 3 eggs and 1 egg yolk together in another medium bowl. Gradually add milk while whisking constantly. Pour liquid into dry ingredients and stir just until moistened. Gently fold in blueberries.
  • Heat oil in a deep fryer or Dutch oven over 350° F. Drop batter by heaping tablespoonfuls into the hot oil. Cook for about 5 minutes, turning once, until golden brown. Drain on paper towels. Repeat the process until the batter is used up. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream.

13. Heart Shaped Hand Pies

These are some seriously cute hand pies. And while you might think they look pretty simple to make, there’s actually quite a lot of prep work involved. The end product looks absolutely stunning, and the taste is just incredible.

These little treats are sure to impress everyone around the table. Plus, they’re super easy to make, too. So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and whip up one of these today!

14. Chocolate Chip Gooey Cookie

This recipe makes about 2 dozen cookies, depending on how big you make them. They are very rich and delicious, and we think everyone will love them. If you like, you can add nuts to them.

We used pecans because they go well with chocolate, but you could use almonds or even walnuts. You don’t want to overdo it, though; just one handful per cookie is enough.

15. Mini Chocolate Style Bundt Cake

The recipe calls for a basic bundt cake mix, but for the topping, we used a simple chocolate ganache. But here’s what makes these mini bundts unique: the batter is baked into individual cups. This way, each cup becomes a miniature bundt cake.

In addition to being adorable, these mini bundts are also super easy to make. All you have to do is pour the batter into the prepared pan, bake it, cool it, and then fill it up with the chocolate ganache. Then just wait for the wedding bells to ring.

16. Petit Fours

Petit’s fours are perfect for parties because they look like something you’d find in a bakery window display, but they’re actually very simple to make at home. You’ll need some puff pastry dough, whipped cream, jam, and a piping bag.

Start by making the filling. Using a food processor, blend together softened cream cheese and sugar until smooth. Add vanilla extract and beat again.

17. French Macaron

Macarons are known in French cuisine as “the cookie of doom.” They’re delicate little treats that require precision baking and perfect timing.

If you mess up even once, it could mean a failed batch of macarons. This recipe uses almond flour and egg whites, both of which are easy to work with.

18. Chocolate Cream Cupcakes

These chocolate cupcakes are light, fluffy, moist, delicious, and easy to make. They’re everything a cupcake needs to be.

You won’t believe how easy it is to bake these chocolate cupcakes. And once you try them, you’ll never go back to store-bought cupcakes again.

19. Chocolate Mini Chess Pie

This classic treat consists of a flaky crust filled with thick, rich custard cream. But there’s no reason why you can’t jazz things up a bit.

You could swap out the traditional custard for a chocolate filling, for example. Or maybe you’re feeling extra indulgent and want to serve each person their very own mini chess pie.

20. Mexican Wedding Cookies

Mexican wedding cookies are soft, sweet, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth shortbread cookies dusted in powdered sugar. They’re great for birthdays, anniversaries, or any special occasion.

And we’ve got some tips to help you make them even better. But what sets them apart from traditional wedding cookie recipes is the addition of cinnamon and vanilla extracts.

These flavors pair perfectly with the sweetness of the dough itself. And while you might think that adding spices like cinnamon and vanilla would make the cookies taste too heavy, it actually works out really well.

21. Strawberry Filled Brownies

Do you know what makes a good brownie? A rich, fudge center. And you know what makes a great brownie even better? Adding some fun toppings.

These brownies are topped with sliced strawberries, and they’re finished off with a thick layer of dark chocolate ganache. This recipe uses ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen, so it’s perfect for a quick dessert.

22. Fudge

Fudge squares are notoriously difficult to master. They require precise measurements of ingredients, a steady hand, and patience. But once you do manage to perfect one batch, you’ll never want to use store-bought again.

This is the best chocolate fudge recipe I’ve ever tried. The secret ingredient is baking soda. You’ll find that it makes everything taste better and keeps things soft and chewy.

The key to making great fudge is to keep stirring. If you stop too soon, you’ll end up with something hard and grainy. And don’t worry about over mixing; the mixture needs to remain slightly lumpy.

 23. Vanilla Cupcakes

Vanilla cupcakes are a classic dessert, but they often fall flat due to drying out quickly. These vanilla cupcakes are different, though; they’ll keep moist for days thanks to a special ingredient called “vanillin.”

Vanillin is found naturally in vanilla beans and vanilla extract, and it gives baked goods like cookies, cakes, bread, and muffins their unique flavor.

24. Easy Strawberry Trifle

This recipe makes a beautiful display for desserts, but it’s just as good served as dessert. The layers are easy to assemble; simply layer the ingredients in a large glass bowl.

Add some whipped cream on top for a simple touch. Or, add some chocolate sauce to each layer for a decadent treat.

25. Chocolate Truffle Hearts

Truffles are one of our favorite desserts. They’re rich, creamy, sweet, and very flavorful. But making them can seem like a challenge. After trying out different recipes, we found one that worked well for us.

This recipe is simple enough that even beginners can easily master it. If you want to add some extra flavor, try adding cocoa powder, espresso powder, or even coconut extract. You’ll find many variations online, but here’s what we use.

26. Chocolate Cake

Chocolate cake is perfect for every situation. From birthdays to weddings, holidays, and everything in between, there are very few desserts that don’t make us swoon.

And while we love our classic red velvet cake, sometimes we want something different. Chocolate cake is perfect for every situation. From birthdays to holidays, there’s nothing better than chocolate cake.

27. Peach Prosecco Popsicles

If you’re looking for something sweet and fruity, look no further than these peach prosecco popsicles. They taste like juicy peaches mixed with sparkling wine, making them a delightful addition to your next outdoor barbecue.

28. Churro Bites

Churros are fried dough dusted with sugar and cinnamon. In Japan, they’re often dipped into sweet sauces such as honey and chocolate. But it turns out churros aren’t just delicious—they’re magical too!

These churros are the perfect treat for anyone looking to take their taste buds on a vacation without ever having to step foot in California. And since they’re baked rather than deep-fried, they’ll never go stale.

Do These Honey Desserts Work Well for Bridal Showers?

When it comes to bridal showers, honey desserts for a sweet day are a surefire hit. From delicately drizzled honey cakes to luscious honey cinnamon rolls, these treats add an exquisite touch to the occasion. The natural sweetness of honey complements the joyous atmosphere, making them a delightful addition that guests will truly savor.

Final Thoughts

There are so many ways to have fun at your bridal shower. Whether you choose to throw a traditional party or opt for a more casual affair, you can still enjoy yourself and create memories that last a lifetime with these recipes.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is The Difference Between A Wedding Shower And A Bridal Shower?

A bridal shower is an occasion where women celebrate the upcoming marriage of the bride, while a wedding shower is an occasion where men celebrate the upcoming marriage of a couple.

If you are planning on throwing a bridal shower or a wedding shower, it’s important to know what type of event it is. In addition to knowing what type of event it will be, you must also make sure that you include the appropriate guests.

28 Amazing Bridal Shower Desserts

28 Amazing Bridal Shower Desserts

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Bridal shower desserts are all the rage, and you can’t miss out on the opportunity to try out these amazing recipes below. Every bride needs her desserts!

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