From rainbow shaved ice recipes to crepes and caramel corn, bring all the joys of street food desserts to your kitchen—without ever waiting in line.
Rainbow Shaved Ice
Go on, add extra syrup if you want. They're all yours to make.
No-Churn Lavender Earl Grey Ice Cream
No churn and less than 5 ingredients? Skip the food truck and make this subtly sweet ice cream in your own kitchen.
It's not exactly traditional, but it's pretty fun to make and eat.
Toasted Coconut Ice Cream
If you have an ice cream maker that hasn't been used in ages, get it out. This homemade Thai-inspired coconut ice cream recipe is better than anything you can buy from a vendor.
If a margarita could be a soft and delicious sandwich cookie, it would be this.
Sweet and Spicy Holiday Caramels
Caramels aren't just for the holidays any more. Make your own batch of sweet and slightly spicy chewy caramels.
The smell of popcorn, bacon and caramel wafting through the kitchen is reason enough to make a batch of this street food snack.
Chocolate lovers and waffle lovers, meet your street food match. And it true street vendor style, don't forget to top it with all kinds of crazy-delicious options: grilled peaches, pie filling, maple ice cream ... to get the ball rolling.
Fruit and Cream-Filled Crepes
If strolling along Paris sidewalks and stopping for street food crepes isn't on your itinerary, luckily you have a recipe for crepes.
Grilled Donut Ice Cream Sandwiches
You will love everything about this fresh from the grill ice cream sandwich. Guaranteed.
Belgian Waffle Sandwich Cookies
This recipe is as easy as making buttercream and sandwiching it between two Culinary Tours Belgian waffle cookies.
Easy Baklava Croissants
Traditionally made with layers of filo dough and filled with nuts and honey, baklava is a work of pastry art. But we also have this handy shortcut version using fresh mini croissants, nuts, honey and spices.
Icy Yogurt Pops
Cool off with easy homemade icy pops, and keep experimenting with different flavors.
This playful and sweet approach to sushi is equal parts fun and kid-friendly.
Flakey, crispy, buttery pastry filled with sweet, sweet almond paste. We'll take two.