Over the summer, there’s nothing better than buying fresh produce from your local farmer’s market. But now that you’ve got the delicious ingredients, you need a recipe that will do these fruits and vegetables justice by incorporating them into a tasty dessert. Here at BFFF, we have come up with a variety of different recipes that you’re sure to love!


These Berry Crisp Parfaits are made up of alternating layers of berries, cream cheese, and an oat crust. (via Kitchen Confidante)


Vodka adds a little punch to this Blackberry Prosecco Freeze. This frozen fruit drink is the perfect addition to all your outdoor events. (via The Primlani Kitchen)


A beautiful slice of plum decorates these Plum Friands. Just a few simple ingredients bring out the natural flavors of the plum. (via A Spoonful of Sugar)


Ice Cream with Cherry Cheesecake Twist is a unique dessert you’ll be talking about weeks after you’ve taken the last bite. (via A Tasty Love Story)


In addition to fruits and veggies, many farmers markets also sell fresh flowers. We recommend you use them to make Lilac and Blackberry Pavlovas! (via Katie At The Kitchen Door)


These Peach Melba Hand Tarts may be small in size, but they are packed full with flavor. (via Food Babbles)


This Coconut Plum Clafoutis highlights the flavors of the juicy fruit in a moist and delicious treat. (via At Down Under)


Fresh raspberries and tart lemon come together in these Raspberry Lemon Cream Cheese Cupcakes. Surprise your family with a batch of these elegant cupcakes. (via Pastry Affair)


Fresh slices of strawberries and homemade whipped cream are sandwiched between a buttery, sweet biscuit in this recipe for Strawberry Shortcake. (via The Faux Martha)


This Strawberry Chocolate Tart looks like a little garden on top of a large chocolate cookie. The strawberries and goat cheese make for an irresistible combination in this delicious tart. (via Vegetarian Ventures)

What’s your favorite dessert to make with fresh ingredients from the farmer’s market?

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