We’ve found some mini desserts that are easy enough for the creative DIY bride to make, or that can serve as inspiration when developing your dessert menu with your caterer. These recipes are also perfect for wedding and baby showers, as well as to add to your Pinterest boards for dinner parties with friends. Take a look at the following mini-dessert recipes by season, that could be just the right fit for your wedding!
Mini Desserts for Spring Weddings
Mini Key Lime Cheesecakes, Live Well Bake Often – wake up your guests with the zing of key lime; the light green color favors springtime
Mini Lemon Bundt Cakes with Lemon Glaze, Cooking on the Front Burner – the sweet shape of a bundt cake, especially a mini one, reminds us of spring flowers
Mini Boston Cream Pies, WinCo Foods – delicate cream balances chocolate frosting in a mini-dessert that is a light alternative to the heavy original
Mini Desserts for Summer Weddings
No Bake White Chocolate Strawberry Cheesecakes, The First Year – a delicious flavor combination that provides a cool treat for guests
Easy Lemon Tarts, Crazy for Crust – nothing says summer like citrus!
Mini Desserts for Winter Weddings
Meringue Fruit Baskets, Vayla’s Taste of Home – these look like mini wedding cakes, and with the addition of sugared berries on top, they couldn’t be more perfect for a winter wedding
Mini Tiramisu Trifles, Life, Love and Sugar – easy to put together, these mini tiramisu trifles feature the classic components of mascarpone, espresso, and ladyfingers (don’t forget the kahlua whipped cream)
Two Bite Cinnamon Scones, If You Give a Blonde a Kitchen – quick to make with a delicious cinnamon sugar topping
Mini Desserts for Fall Weddings
Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Mini Cheesecakes, Sally’s Baking Addiction – you can’t beat salted caramel in the fall; topping chocolate and cheesecake its a no-fail dessert!
Easy Pumpkin Pie Bites , Sugar Apron – nothing says fall like pumpkin pie (and mini pumpkin pies couldn’t be cuter!)
Mini Caramel Apple Bites, A Little Craft in Your Day – this recipe is easier than you think, and only requires two ingredients