Ten 10-Minute Desserts and a New Cookbook

There's always room for dessert, but there's not always time. Who has hours of free time on a weeknight to whip up a fabulous cake or parfait? Enter Food Network Magazine's new cookbook, Great Easy Meals ; it's a brand new cookbook ( on sale today!) that's full of easy weeknight meals from the magazine, including main dishes, sides and super-fast desserts. The April issue of the magazine offered a peek at a few of the 50 new dessert recipes from the book -- check out a few of our favorites. And yes, they can really be made in 10 minutes, often with grocery items you already have at home.

Cheesecake Pops (above)

For more desserts you can whip up in seconds, plus the perfect dinners to serve them with, get yourself a copy of the new book.

Have you already checked out the book? What's your favorite recipe?

*All photos courtesy Antonis Achilleos for Food Network Magazine.

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