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7 Fruit Desserts in 7 Ingredients or Less

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Scott Phillips

These desserts are simple to make and easy on the supplies. Go ahead and indulge in one of these flavorful, fruit-filled sweet treats.

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    Red Berry-Vanilla Ice Cream Bombe

    Dress up store-bought ice cream for a special occasion with this simple layered bombe. Watch Abby make this ice cream bombe.

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    French Apple Turnovers

    Called chaussons aux pommes (“apple slippers”) in French, these classic pastries—made here with frozen puff pastry—are a terrific weeknight or weekend treat. For added flavor, mix 2 Tbs. of chopped raisins with the apples or add a splash of brandy with the cinnamon and sugar. Serve with vanilla ice cream.

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    Roasted Red Grapes with Mascarpone and Rum

    You can use any grape variety in this 15-minute dessert, though some types will collapse and get juicy more quickly than others. Adjust the baking time as needed. This simple but elegant dessert is perfect for Thanksgiving dinner guests who opt out of pie. Watch the Video Recipe to see how this dish comes together.

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    Eton Mess

    Named after a prestigious English boarding school, this mash-up of strawberries, whipped cream, and meringue crumbles is served at an annual cricket match there. A splash of liqueur is a grown-up touch that cuts the sweetness.

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    Oranges in Cardamom Syrup with Honey Whipped Cream

    With just five ingredients, this simple dessert comes together in no time.

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    Minty Melon Granita

    There's nothing more refreshing on a hot summer day than this simple granita. Use any type of melon that's fresh or in season. If you have an ice cream maker and want to speed things up, you can also make it as a sorbet (see variation below). Watch Abby make this melon granita.

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    Apricot-Vanilla Sparkling Wine Floats

    A grown-up take on a root beer float, this dessert is elegant yet playful, and a great way to take advantage of stone fruit season.

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