If you’re in the mood for blender desserts like milkshakes and smoothies, you’ve come to the right place!
I have 20 of the sweetest, creamiest, and most delicious options for you.
However, milkshakes and smoothies aren’t all you’ll find here. There are plenty of non-liquid desserts that you can whip up in the blender, too.
For example, blender cupcakes with fudge frosting are some of my favorite chocolate cupcakes, and making them in the blender saves you so much time and trouble.
There’s a three-ingredient blender chocolate cake here, too, and it’s equally fantastic. You’ll also find recipes for ice cream, yogurt, brownies, pie, and more.
So keep reading to find out more about 20 easy blender desserts that the whole family will love.
Why worry about mixing, stirring, and wearing out your arm muscles when you can dump everything in a blender and hit a button to make your cupcake batter?
Much simpler, right?!
That’s why you can whip up a dozen of these light and fluffy, double chocolate cupcakes in less than an hour.
And I’m not talking boxed mix here, either. They’re 100% homemade!
You can make brownies in the blender, too, and these particular brownies are gluten-free, paleo-friendly, and have no refined sugars.
It takes 5 minutes of prep work, 7 ingredients, and another 25 minutes to bake them.
They’ll have an insanely fudgy texture, and the flaky sea salt helps balance out the sweetness.
These are a bit like brownies themselves, but they also feature almond butter, cinnamon, and dark chocolate. They’re soft, buttery, and unbelievably delicious.
They’re dairy-, gluten-, and grain-free; they’re also vegetarian- and paleo-friendly, but you’d never know it from the taste.
These are pretty much sheer decadence.
With only three ingredients (five if you add the glaze) and 5 minutes of prep time in the blender, it’s tough to beat this soft, moist chocolate cake.
The trick is using crispy chocolate cookies instead of raw ingredients like flour and sugar.
You’ll also need baking powder and whole milk. For the glaze, you’ll need milk and powdered sugar.
It tastes just as good as any chocolate cake you’ve ever made, but it takes so much less time to complete.
All you’ll really need to make this homemade ice cream is a blender, a freezer, your favorite frozen fruit or berries, and heavy cream.
If that isn’t sweet enough for you, you can also add your chosen sweetener. The ice cream is creamy, fruity, and perfect for summer.
This sweet and creamy peach ice cream uses a few more ingredients than the recipe above, but you can still have it ready to freeze in about 5 minutes.
It has a smooth, soft consistency and a bright, fruity taste.
If you prefer oranges to peaches, you might want to use this recipe instead. It’s equally quick and straightforward and tastes just as great.
If you need a quick breakfast option that’s as delicious as it is filling, look no further than this 5-ingredient, 5-minute smoothie.
Simply combine bananas, milk, peanut butter, honey, and ice cubes in your blender and mix them well. You’ll be out the door in no time.
Unless you live somewhere with a health food store nearby, finding vegan chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream can be challenging.
That’s why you should be able to make your own.
With this recipe, you can do just that, though it takes a little longer than some of the other options on this list.
Still, it looks lovely and has an amazing peanut butter and cookie dough flavor that you’ll love. I say, give it a try!
This yummy parfait is a layered delight.
With a base made from walnuts, coconut oil, and sugar-free maple syrup, a layer of mixed berries and sugar-free maple syrup, and a vanilla-flavored yogurt layer, there’s a lot going on.
You can add extra berries to the top if you like, but it tastes phenomenal even without them.
If you love lemons, you’ll adore this spongy lemon pie. It uses only seven ingredients: eggs, butter, lemons, cane sugar, vanilla, pie crust, and powdered sugar.
It has a vibrant, entirely zesty taste, and the various sugars don’t do much to tame it.
So if you’re looking for a tangy delight for your next spring brunch, give this one a try.
S’mores milkshakes are so good, even people who don’t like s’mores enjoy them. They have such a fantastic taste.
They’re creamy and chocolatey, and the homemade graham crackers and toasted marshmallows are a real treat.
Drinking one of these is just like eating s’mores around a campfire, only colder and better.
These ice cream sodas may use only four ingredients – orange juice, soda (or seltzer) water, vanilla ice cream, and ice cubes – but they’ll have a monumental amount of flavor.
They taste like orange sherbet and orange push pops all rolled into one, with a bit of vanilla milkshake thrown in for good measure. Simply put, they’re divine.
Chocolate cravings are going to hit us whether we like it or not, even when we’re trying to do better and eat healthier.
If that’s the case with you, check out this recipe for chocolate chia pudding mousse.
It’s light, healthy, and packed with antioxidants and other good things from the chia seeds.
It’s also simple to make and shouldn’t take you longer than 5 minutes, though it’ll need several hours to chill before you serve it.
I don’t know what I love best about this blueberry blender ice cream – the lovely purple color, the light, bright blueberry flavor, or the fact that it’s pretty healthy!
You’ll only need three ingredients to pull it together – yogurt, frozen blueberries, and frozen bananas.
If you have those things now, you can enjoy this ice cream in 5 minutes.
If you’re looking for a cake that smells (and looks) as good as it tastes, the easy orange blender cake is it.
The outer crust has a bit of crunch, but the inside is tender, moist, and incredible.
You can dust it in powdered sugar, serve it with whipped cream and honey, or top it with your favorite berries or orange slices. It also tastes great on its own.
17. Dole Whip
Dole Whip is just to-die-for, and if you like the tropical yumminess of pineapples, it’s the treat for you.
Luckily, you’ll no longer have to visit Disneyland to get it.
You can make it yourself from nothing more than vanilla ice cream, pineapple juice, and frozen pineapples.
It shouldn’t take longer than 5 minutes, and if you have any leftovers, you can freeze it in ice trays for wonderfully tasty ice cubes or future smoothies.
Pistachios are one of the most overlooked and underappreciated “nuts,” at least as desserts are concerned.
This thick and creamy pistachio ice cream is proof of that.
It’s vegan-friendly and paleo-compliant, and it uses only four ingredients.
Making it is effortless and shouldn’t take longer than 5 minutes if you have a blender handy.
So, how exactly do you make a vanilla milkshake without ice cream? Very easily, as it turns out.
All you’ll need are ice cubes, milk, sugar, vanilla extract, and a blender, of course.
Mix them until you have a smooth, sweet vanilla treat.
The frozen yogurt craze has been sweeping the nation for years, but you won’t have to have a local shop to enjoy it.
It’s another simple dessert you can make at home with a blender and three ingredients.
You’ll simply mix full-fat vanilla Greek yogurt, your favorite frozen berries (or a blend), and a bit of honey for added sweetness.
It has a scrumptious, smooth consistency, a rich, vibrant color, and a taste that you won’t soon forget.
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