Top 5 Easiest Desserts To Bake

Do you ever want to bake something, but it seems like every time you try you either mess it all up, or give up because it’s way too hard? I’m sure you’ve had that happen to you at least once while you’ve been baking. And that’s okay! If you are anything like me, you like baking…but it doesn’t come naturally. 

If you want to bake, but bake something easy and yummy, here are the top 5 easiest desserts to bake!

Slutty Brownies 

Though the name might seem a little vulgar to some, don’t knock it till you try it. This is a three layer dessert with cookie dough at the bottom, an oreo cookie in the middle, and brownie mix at the top. The amount of flavors entering your mouth is beautiful, and the three ingredients work amazingly together. 

Not only that, but it’s easy to make. If you’re lazy, all you have to do is buy the premade cookie dough, oreo cookies, and box brownie mix. You follow all the directions on the box, put the three ingredients on a pan and boom! You have slutty brownies. 

Here is a more detailed recipe if you want to try them out: Slutty Brownie Recipe

Homemade Rice Krispie Treats

The already store bought Rice Krispie Treats are delicious enough as it is. But if you are looking for something a little more homemade, then this is the perfect recipe for you. 

All you need is the Rice Krispie cereal, and a bag of marshmallows. You melt the marshmallows, mix it in with the cereal on a pan, and once you let it cool, you are done!

Here is a more detailed recipe: Rice Krispie Treats Recipe  


Simple, yet delicious. You can never go wrong with brownies. 

All you need is box brownie mix, eggs, vegetable oil, and you mix! After that you put it in the oven and before you know it, you have a pan of yummy delicious brownies!

Here is a detailed recipe to help you make them: Brownie Recipe

Sugar Cookies 


Who doesn’t love a good sugar cookie? 

If you are more on the lazy side, all you need is premade sugar cookie dough. Once you’ve bought that, you put the cookie dough on a cooking sheet, set it on a pan, put it in the oven, and boom…you’ve got sugar cookies. 

If you are looking for that homemade feel, then all you need is baking powder, all purpose flour, butter, white sugar, and vanilla extract. You mix, place in oven, and you’ve got sugar cookies!

Here is a more detailed recipe: Sugar Cookie Recipe

Peach Cobbler 

Although it might look intimidating to make, it’s actually quite easy. 

What you’ll need is: Butter, all-purpose flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, milk, fresh peach slices, and lemon juice. 

Seems like a lot of ingredients, but what makes this easy to make is that all you have to really do is mix some ingredients together, place them on a ban, bake them, and you are done. 
Here is an easy recipe to follow: Peach Cobbler Recipe


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