Baked apples with cinnamon and honey (some cranberries are good too) Also, fresh figs..they remind me of fig newtons from my prepaleo days
I'm sure others have good ideas but since I don't eat dairy that's all I got :D
Take some seeded DATES, and wrap them with a length of raw BACON. Secure with a toothpick and place on baking sheet. Bake at 350F till bacon is as cooked as you want it to be. This is DELICIOUS! Hits that salty, sweet, crispy, gooey spot all at once!
I pour some heavy cream over frozen wild blueberries. The cream freezes around the berries and is kind of ice creamy, and super easy!
- Panna Cotta with berries
Pour vanilla and some drops of stevia into cream, cook it. Then add gelatine and put into refrigerator for a few hours. Serve with strawberries or blueberries.
- Cream dessert
2 cups cream, 1/2 cup milk, vanilla, stevia. Heat milk and 1/5 cream, add vanilla and stevia. Whisk other cream and pour in vanilla cream.
- Banana Shake
Some egg yolks, a banana, 2/3 cup butter, milk. Mix everything together. Makes a nice breakfast shake.
If you can eat dairy I have a good one:
Whipped heavy cream with frozen blueberries and small pieces of frozen pineapple. Makes a good ice cream and it is really fast dessert!
Fresh berries with whipped cream made from coconut milk. Heavy cream & vanilla extract if you do dairy.
The recipe for creme brulee is awesome.
If you have not seen the one ingredient banana ice cream recipe look it up. It is a banana, frozen and then pulsed in a food processor or blender until creamy. It sounds like what you are looking for.
I would also take a look at egg custards. I am not sure what you allow yourself for sweet, but custards can be made with eggs and honey and little else (the cooking is tricky and you have to really beat the yolks and add the honey right after you take it off the heat). Folding in some white can make them lighter. If you allow yourself flavored liquor the basic recipe can be taken all sorts of directions.
Since you do dairy, some frozen fruit pulsed with some heavy cream (or the fat that rises to the top of your coconut milk) in your food processor would make a nice treat, I imagine.
Yesterday, I was craving frozen dessert like mad, and wound up pulsing some banana and frozen cherries together (about equal ratios -- about 100-125g each). I fed half of it to my fella and ate the other half myself (but, I drizzled melty choccy on mine -- sorry!). It tasted just like soft serve, equated about a serving of fruit, and squashed my sweet tooth like a charm. Yummish.
Gelatin desserts are also pretty amazing. I like to mix pumpkin, pie spices, a bit of stevia (or sweetener of choice) and a non-dairy (or dairy!) of choice with a sachet of gelatin and let it sit until firm. It's like pumpkin pie, except not. ;D You can also make panna cotta with gelatin, as well. (And since I'm obsessed with my food processor, if you whip your gelatin after it's set, it gets foamy and mousse-y.)
- Avocado Vanilla Pudding
1 Large ripe avocado, chilled
1 Tbs vanilla
2 Tbs raw agave nectar (use stevia/honey)
pinch sea salt
2/3 cup cold, purified water
Put into a high speed blender process until creamy top with fruit
- Strawberry Milkshake
1 cup Frozen, hulled strawberries (best quality you can get)
1 pint raw whole milk
1 Tbs. honey
1/2 Tbs. vanilla extract
1 egg yolk
Add all ingredients together in a blender and blend until smooth
- Here is a good one for homemade creamsicles link text
Simple slice of melon (whatever variety takes your fancy - honeydew sprinkled with ginger is nice).
Assortment of berries with cream or natural yoghurt (add some honey or maple syrup if you're so inclined).
As above but replace berries with plums or apricots.
As mentioned elsewhere, baked apple with cinnamon, but you can also add raisins or sultanas. You can bake pears as well.
Fresh fruit salad.
Frozen Berries in a blender. Easy simple tasty.
Try berries with coffee cream:
Also, Raspberry Pepper/Mint Sorbet:
Here's a recipe that's pretty popular amongst the atkins/low carber crowd, if you eat cream cheese...
MOCK DANISH 2 ounces cream cheese 1 egg 2 teaspoons granulated Splenda or equivalent liquid Splenda (*use stevia/honey instead) 1/2 teaspoon vanilla Pinch of cinnamon
In a small, microwaveable bowl, soften the cream cheese on HIGH 30 seconds. Beat well with a fork until creamy. Add the egg and beat very well until creamy; mix in the remaining ingredients. Use a small rubber spatula to scrape down the sides of the bowl so that all the batter is in the bottom. Microwave on HIGH 30 seconds; rotate the bowl (do not stir) and cook another 30 seconds. If the center still looks too runny, cook another 30 seconds. It may take up to 2 1/2 minutes total, depending on your microwave. The center should be a bit soft for the danish filling effect. Run a small rubber spatula around the danish, then under it to release from the bowl. Transfer to a small plate. Cool until just warm or cool completely before eating.
Makes 1 serving
I'm sure you could also bake this instead of microwave.
You can also look up baked 'oopsie rolls', which are like soft rolls using cream cheese and egg. I'd imagine it'd taste nice sweetened with fruit/cream/honey/etc. There is also this one minute flax muffin if you eat flax. I very rarely make these since I'm mostly off dairy/flax/microwaving, and they kind of mimic breads which isn't very paleo...but once in awhile treat, it's great :)
Nuts! Coconut! Chocolate!
Oh, just read the post again.
I got nothing.
Paleo Pavlova sounds like a possibility for you. I'm sure you could use regular milk instead of the coconut milk that the recipe calls for.