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Recipes of Desserts that You Can Present to Your Teacher

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Last Updated on December 17, 2019

It’s May and school is nearly over. Suddenly the “May I come in” becomes “Goodbye Teacher” and we’ve all learned and grew up within that timeframe. And when the time comes for goodbyes, you want to put a big smile on your teacher’s face, one last time. 

Or it’s the first day of school and you want to give your teacher something that would make their day. They are as nervous as you are after all, especially if it’s a new teacher.

Even if your teacher gave you that assignments, projects, and tedious term paper to work on, they still deserve your appreciation. They are just preparing you for what’s to come, after all. And what better way to give thanks than making a dessert for them. 

Celebrate your teachers with the following dessert recipes that your teachers will surely love. And don’t worry, these recipes aren’t as complicated as your term paper. These desserts are easy to make and are incredibly budget-friendly.

We’ll start off with this.

It’s May and school is nearly over. Suddenly the “May I come in” becomes “Goodbye Teacher” and we’ve all learned and grew up within that timeframe. And when the time comes for goodbyes, you want to put a big smile on your teacher’s face, one last time. 

Confetti Squares

Confetti Squares are quick and easy to make a dessert that would be a perfect gift for your teacher. They are easy to put together, and after a few hours in the fridge, it’s good to go. You can add rainbow colored marshmallow to give it that extra flair.

This recipe can be done in a few easy steps. Unlike the time where I had to make my term paper. I ended up getting a custom term paper writing service because of how complicated it is – which this recipe isn’t. This recipe can be made in two easy steps.

Ingredients

Cooking spray

2 cups of chocolate chips

1 cup of peanut butter

4 tbsp. butter

½ tsp. pure vanilla extract

A pinch of kosher salt

10-ounce bag mini rainbow

Marshmallows

Directions

  1. Grease the baking pan with the cooking spray. Over medium heat, melt the chocolate chips and peanut butter on a saucepan. Once melted, turn off the heat and add a pinch of salt, then mix. Once done, let it cool to room temperature.
  2. Add in the marshmallows, stir, and refrigerate for at least two hours.

Oreo Truffles


This fun dessert is as no-fuss as it can be, and it’s very flexible. You can add your twist to it, add a little pizzazz, and it’ll always turn out great.

My go-to with this recipe is to add crushed candies to it to elevate its flavor. Chopped and crushed candies such as Reese’s Pieces, Butterfingers, candy canes, and more.

There’s also an option of adding Nutella or peanut butter to it, which gives it that deep chocolatey flavor and nuttiness to it.

Ingredients

1 pack of Oreos

8 ounces of softened cream cheese

1 tablespoon of pure vanilla extract

½ cup of chocolate chips

Directions

  1. Crush the cookies into fine crumbs. If you have a food processor, the better.
  2. Put the crushed Oreo cookies into a bowl, add the cream cheese and vanilla extract, then stir until evenly combined.
  3. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper so it wouldn’t stick. Scoop a handful of the mixture and form them into balls. Place them into your prepared baking sheet and freeze it for 30 minutes.
  4. Take the semi-hardened Oreo mixture and dip and coat it with white chocolate. Put it back on the baking sheet and into the freezer until the chocolates harden, which is about 15 minutes.