Winter Desserts in Under an Hour

Weeknight dinners don't have to end with a store-bought sweet. These cold weather friendly desserts from Food Network are ready in under an hour.
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Photo By: Armando Rafael Moutela ©2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved 2014, Cooking Channel, LLC All Rights Reserved

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Chocolate and Olive Oil Fig Cakes

These cakes feel elegant and decadent, but they don't take long: Dessert is served in 45 minutes.

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Affogato

Make this Italian classic with ice cream and espresso for a post-dinner pick-me-up.

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White Chocolate Mousse

Vanilla bean and hazelnut liqueur bring a touch of delicious flavor to this creamy white chocolate mousse.

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Caramelized Bananas

A scoop of rum raisin ice cream is even better with caramelized bananas on top.

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Banana Pudding

Trisha's layered banana pudding comes with a meringue topping that's browned lightly in the oven.

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Chocolate Bread Pudding

Pour a rich mixture of eggs, milk, sugar, salt, vanilla, cocoa and cinnamon over stale bread, then top with chocolate chips. The dessert will bake until it's firm on the outside but gooey and moist on the inside.

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Baked Rice Pudding

Vanilla, orange zest and cinnamon are key to the great flavor of this rice pudding. Bake everything together and serve warm.

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Peanut Butter Espresso Brownies

Giada De Laurentiis saves time with store-bought brownie mix. But you won't even recognize the mix once espresso powder and peanut butter chips are mixed in and flaky sea salt is sprinkled on top.

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Caramel Brownies

Ree Drummond adds dulce de leche to her chocolate brownies and swirls through the batter with a knife to create ribbons of caramel goodness. When they're warm the brownies will seem overly gooey and soft, but they will firm up as they cool.

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Chocolate Mason Jars

Damaris Phillips describes her version of a pot de creme as easy to carry and hard to resist. She uses on-hand ingredients to keep this dessert budget friendly. Skip eggs that you might not have in your fridge and use mayonnaise. Intensify the chocolate flavor of your pudding with instant coffee.

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