Let me ask you, what do you cook on your grill? Let’s assume that you answer starts with meat, vegetables, and then fish. Have you ever cooked fruits on grill? Or have you dried grilled dessert for that matter? If you haven’t, it might be time to do so. Grilling is not only for meat and sour dishes, but also for fruits and desserts. I admit, you need to master the art of grilling before you can put some fruits and desserts on it, but you’ve got to start from somewhere. I am here to make your barbecue sweeter, and I’ll show you some recipes how to get there.
I like to think of this delight as the perfect summer snack. Apple crisp goes great with beer, and if beer and barbecue is not attractive enough for you, I don’t know what is. Change the menu a little, as potatoes can get quite boring in time. Apples are great alternative.
This dessert actually requires a bit more skill to make, and decoration is crucial for the maximum impression. Sweet and crunchy, strawberries are so versatile that they allow for some experimentation. And if you want to try strawberries in a new way, grill is the way to go.
No this is not your usual french toast. This is a sweet french toast with some strawberries and chocolate stuffing that will melt in your mouth.
Everyone loves donuts. But one of the knocks on donuts is they are not as healthy. Especially when you fry them. But grilled donuts is a completely different story. There is no oil in the cooking process, making the donuts healthy and tasty. Berries are my favorite choice, because they are sweet, but with a kick of freshness.
If apples go great with beer, oranges go great with wine. And sangria nevertheless. Oranges are refreshing, and they will make a great snack to go along with your white or red wine. No matter the wine color, you’ll enjoy the snacks.
You might notice a pattern by now, which is “every sour and salty dish can be transformed into a dessert”. The same goes for skewers, a classic meaty dish we throw in the barbecue. The sky is the limit here, as you can use any fruit you can think of. The classic goes for strawberry and mango, but you can also use pears, apples, pineapple, and much more.
I like to call this grilled tart, as the pie is very similar to tarts. The ingredients are very similar, and the difference is in the crunchy crust that tart has.