5 Fabulous Halogen Oven Dessert Ideas

Fabulous Halogen Oven Dessert Ideas

Crave something sweet but have no time to bake? Have no idea how to use a traditional oven? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. In today’s career-drive world we have less time for making homemade goods, but if you have a halogen oven, you’re lucky. [no_toc]

Halogen ovens can do a lot more than just cook a chicken or turkey for you. They can satisfy your sweet tooth in a jiff. Take your halogen oven baking experience to the next level with these amazingly delicious dessert ideas.

1. Apple and Rhubarb Muesli Topped Crumble

Let’s start with the easiest recipe on the list. The muesli top crumbles have recently got popular and for a good reason. They’re typically low calorie and you can even make them without added sugars, albeit the original recipe contains two types of sugar – brown and caster sugars. I use a tiny bit of stevia to reduce the sugar intake. Feel free to experiment with the fruits, either. Pineapple and berries are perfect for the crumble too.

Find the recipe here.

2. Oven Baked Orange Cake

Oranges are loaded with vitamins and antioxidants, including vitamin C, which strengthen your immune system and ward off diseases. This cake is plentiful in oranges so feel free to indulge in a piece of it. You can also use pomelo or tangerine instead of oranges or combine the citrus fruit together for a doubled health benefits. It’s pretty easy to make and don’t require expensive ingredients.

Find the recipe here.

3. Lemon Tart

How about making lemon tart in your halogen oven? It takes about 8 to 10 minutes to cook and tastes as yummy as when you make it in a traditional oven. The recipe has already been adjusted to use in the halogen ovens. The lemon tart is budget-friendly and you can eat it for up to 3 days if you keep in the fridge. Decorate your tart with fresh or frozen berries to boost your antioxidant intake.

Find the recipe here.

4. Chocolate Miracle Whip Cake

Tame your pesky chocolate cravings with a piece of this miracle cake. The ingredient list won’t drain your budget and you can use milk instead of regular mayo and stevia instead of sugar. It’s really up to you. The recipe says using the flour (not cake flour), but I recommend using self-rising flour to speed up the baking process.

Find the recipe here.

5. Oven Baked Mocha Cake

Coffee and chocolate junkies feast; I’ve got the recipe for you as well. If you’re vegan, replace regular milk with any nut milk (I recommend almond milk since it has a neutral taste). The mocha cake takes an hour to make yet it’s fuss-free, satisfying, and absolutely decadent.

Find the recipe here.

These desserts are guaranteed to be the welcome items to your monthly menu. These fast and easy halogen oven dessert recipes have a touch of sophistication and you can easily replace the ingredients you don’t have. Remember to use a self-rising flour to lower your risk of a terrible baking disaster.

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