Looking for new ways to present desserts is always a challenge. We are already so used to serving sweets on plates or in pots that we end up not going much further. Of course, decoration is one of the ways to transform the appearance of desserts, but surprising ways to present them never hurts.
A super interesting and practical way to serve the sweets is to use them as jars or cups. Want to know how? So, pay attention to all the tips I’m going to give you now!
THE cup of chocolate it is the best known and, without a doubt, the most used. As this ingredient is more versatile, the shape of the “pots” can be quite varied. You can adapt the format according to the dessert and in a way that pleases you more. The brigadeiro served in a chocolate mold, for example, is cute and delicious.
Mousses can also get a new face when they are placed in these containers. In addition, chocolate can also form small bowls, perfect for serving ice cream or lighter desserts.
Whoever is more daring can choose bowl of churros. The recipe is not as complicated as it looks and the result is just incredible. The traditional dulce de leche filling can be complemented with one or two scoops of ice cream. My mouth watered just to imagine 😉
Another delight that can be used as a container to serve some sweets is the pastry cookie. Just use a mold to shape the cookies before baking. In the recipe I gave you, I filled my cup with nutella mousse and everyone loved it!
Homemade cereal bars they can also become small pots, using molds to make the shapes very uniform. This type of candy can even become a snack depending on the type of filling you choose.
Brownie Pasta or of pies they can also turn into small pots. In the case of brownies, the combination of the warm cake dough and a scoop of ice cream inside is wonderful. The tartlets, however, give you more freedom to choose what the filling will be. Just be creative and don’t stick to classic combinations.
Did you like the ideas? If you have even more interesting suggestions, be sure to leave them here in the comments!