5 After-Dinner Treats

Check out five desserts from Food Network that are easy enough for a weeknight treat.

Photo By: Renee Comet ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Renee Comet ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

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Banana "Ice Cream" Fakeout

Surprise the kids with this easy five-minute treat made from frozen bananas.

Get the Recipe: Banana "Ice Cream" Fakeout

Galaxy Fruit Pops

Kids can help turn fruit into dessert with fun cookie cutters. For a mild kick, sprinkle the watermelon or pineapple shapes with chili powder and a squeeze of fresh lime juice for zest.

Get the Recipe: Galaxy Fruit Pops

Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter S'mores

S'mores aren't just for summertime: You can use a stovetop flame to roast marshmallows all year. Ree ups the ante on this easy dessert by adding peanut butter to the classic chocolate-marshmallow-graham-cracker combo.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter S'mores

Chocolate Brownie Sandwich Cookies with White Chocolate Ganache and Strawberry Preserves

Prepare these sandwich cookies ahead of time and refrigerate until dessert. The chewy brownie-like treats stuffed with white chocolate will be a favorite for both kids and adults.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate Brownie Sandwich Cookies with White Chocolate Ganache and Strawberry Preserves

Salted Chocolate Milk

Treat the family to a frosty glass of sweet-and-salty chocolate milk after dinner. Make the five-minute chocolate syrup ahead and store in the fridge.

Get the Recipe: Salted Chocolate Milk