Sweet, tasty, and wonderfully fun, these dessert sushi recipes are ideal for dinner parties.
From sticky Thai rice to chewy Rice Krispies, they’re too good not to share.
Sushi is bright, colorful, and hard to resist – unless you don’t like fish, of course.
Luckily, if you want to experience the fun of homemade sushi without the raw fish, these sweet treats are here to save the day.
Even if you haven’t mastered the art of rolling, they’ll still taste delicious!
So, try these dessert sushi recipes if you want something unique for your next gathering. I know they’ll be a hit!
15+ Fun Dessert Sushi Ideas
Cholocate and raspberries pair perfectly together. And this decadent sushi dessert roll is no exception.
Featuring a long, flat chocolate cake (similar to a Swiss roll) that binds everything together, it’s light and flavorful.
Slather over a cheesecake filling with lots of fresh raspberries, and roll!
Cut into pieces using a sharp knife, and swap the traditional soy for a homemade raspberry dipping sauce. Yum!
No summer BBQ is complete without fresh fruit. But maybe it’s time to rethink traditional fruit salad?
This fresh fruit sushi dessert calls for sushi-grade rice naturally sweetened with coconut milk.
Just like sushi, you’ll cut the filling into long strips and place them in a single line on a flat layer of coconut rice.
That gives you the most pieces of fruit in every bite and a nice finish, to boot. I suggest using a few different fruits to get a nice color contrast.
3. Oreo Sushi
I know what you’re thinking: Oreo sushi? Really?
Yes, you can easily bring a box of Oreos, and everyone will be happy. But when it’s this easy to make something so fun, why not make the extra effort?
You’ll only need two ingredients: Oreos and milk. Separate the cookies and scrape out that magical filling.
From there, it’s a simple spin in the food processor and a single mixing bowl.
Like I said, it’s crazy-easy.
These chocolate and mango sushi rolls look as good as they taste.
It requires a few extra steps to achieve that polished, restaurant-quality presentation, but each step is straightforward.
You’ll make a simple chocolate crepe for the wrap. To that, you’ll add sweetened vanilla sticky rice and tart mango.
These rolls are sweet but perfectly balanced with a subtle hint of vanilla. Yum!
5. Banana Sushi
Chocolate-covered banana slices are fantastic but can be a hassle to make.
So instead, why not try this super-simple whole banana recipe?
Not only is it way easier to dip a whole banana in chocolate, but it looks impressive when you make those clean slices.
Plus, the crushed pistachios on top make the whole thing pop.
While many of these dessert sushi recipes aren’t exactly authentic, this coconut sticky rice recipe is something right out of a Thai restaurant.
Sweetened rice is a popular dessert in many Southeast Asian countries, and this is one of my favorite ways to serve it.
Instead of sweetening the rice after cooking, you’ll cook it right in coconut milk for massive amounts of flavor.
When it cools, it turns wonderfully sticky. And that slice of mango top is pure perfection.
What pairs best with chocolate and peanut butter? Bananas, of course!
This chocolate, peanut butter, and banana sushi captures these classic flavors in a fun and irresistible way.
Better yet, it uses only a few ingredients and comes together in just 5 minutes.
The best part has to be the Rice Krispies coating the nutty banana. It adds a light crunch you’ll adore.
Rich, sweet, creamy, and quick, this is one no-bake dessert you’ll make again and again.
Who says you can’t have sushi for breakfast?
If you don’t have a pizzelle maker, now’s the time to get one. A cross between a crepe and a waffle, they’re super delish and make this recipe extra appealing!
The only thing to remember is that you’ll need to work fast because the cookies will harden as they cool.
So, have everything ready to go and roll fast!
While this vegan banana sushi looks complicated, it’s actually surprisingly easy!
Ready in just 5 minutes, it’s a terrific way to impress brunch guests without spending all morning in the kitchen.
Make the crepes ahead of time if you want to keep prep to a minimum. Of course, you could always buy them!
Depending on your dietary needs, slather them with Nutella, melted chocolate, fluff, or jam, and roll a banana right in the middle.
Be sure to let them chill before slicing and drizzle with chocolate for an extra special finish.
This sweet sushi with chocolate is rich, decadent, and such a fun way to end a family meal.
You’ll use couverture chocolate to infuse rich flavors of cream and cognac – something quite out of the ordinary.
It’s a little more expensive but so worth it in the end!
That said, any good-quality chocolate will work here. You just won’t get the same complex tastes.
Filled with sweetened rice pudding and topped with fresh strawberries, these look too good to eat.
Kit Kats are insanely popular in Japan.
In fact, they’re thought of as good luck charms, with the term Kitto Katsu translating to “you will surely win.”
And this recipe is definitely a winner.
It comes together fast, and it’s super versatile if you can find different Kit Kat flavors – such as white chocolate, pistachio, and even cheesecake.
Unfortunately, we don’t have quite as many fun flavors as they do in Japan. But hey, that’s what the internet is for, right?
If you’re anything like me, you enjoy a midnight snack every now and then.
And these banana and Nutella sushi rolls are just what we all need to satisfy those late-night cravings.
They require only a few ingredients (that you likely have on hand) and don’t need any cooking.
Just spread, wrap, roll, slice, and devour. Or go ahead and eat it like a burrito – it’s late, and no one’s watching!
This Rice Krispie treat sushi roll is an excellent option for your next holiday party.
Bright, cheery, and so fun to eat, it’s just what you need to keep the little ones happy.
Use fruit roll-ups as the nori and unpacked Rice Krispie treats as the sushi-rice. Then, pile in the gummy candies and carefully roll them up.
If you’re feeling really adventurous, set up a dessert sushi table and let the kids go wild!
This twist on traditional mango sticky rice is as tasty as it is pretty. So, get your Instagram fired up because you’ll definitely need it!
With bold flavors from the nori, fresh mint, and mango, this one is hard to resist.
The key to this dish lies in the sweetened sticky rice. You’ll need coconut milk and coconut sugar for the most intense flavors.
And while I adore mango, feel free to use pineapple, passion fruit, or peaches.
Between the matcha and pineapple, this incredible Japanese dessert is rich and devilishly decadent.
And while it’s a little complicated, it’s well worth it in the end. So, if you want to tackle a bit of light kitchen gastronomy, this is the recipe for you.
The pickled pineapple’s light flavor pairs flawlessly with the creamy sticky rice and matcha sheets (that serve as nori).
When it’s done, it’s soft, refreshing, and destined for Instagram glory.
Rice Krispie Treats will never disappoint, but they are a little one-note. Luckily, this recipe takes them to a whole other level.
And the sky’s the limit when it comes to ingredients.
I love the s’mores version, but there are no wrong answers to this question.
What tastes good with Rice Krispies? Everything!
17. S’mores Sushi
If you’re on the hunt for a mess-free s’mores alternative, this recipe is for you.
It’s so easy to prepare and impossible to resist. Plus, you don’t need to worry about little fingers and open flames.
It’s simple, affordable, and a great way to kick off the summer. Enjoy!
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