7 Decadent Desserts You can Make with Wine

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If you’ve ever wondered how restaurants make their desserts so delicious and appealing, then you can officially stop looking for the answers – because it’s right there in a bottle… in your wine fridge. That’s right. Wine gives simple dessert recipes a spring in their step. It enhances flavors, introduces new ones, and also helps in toning them down.

We’ve made this list of 7 indulgent dessert recipes for you. Go ahead and test them out. You might just pour wine in all your dishes after this.

Zinfandel Wine Cupcakes

Wine brings out the sweetness of a desert, and Zinfandel is no exception. It gives this ordinary chocolate cupcake that’s made from a store-bought food cake mix a wonderful whole new dimension. Moist and decadent with a nice blend of bitter and sweet, you could swear it’s gourmet!

Get the recipe here.

Blueberry Cabernet Cheesecake Popsicle

Frozen treats have been ‘spiked’ by alcoholic beverages over the years to promise different flavors and sensations, but this popsicle is nothing short of sensational. The cabernet sauvignon brings out the creaminess of the blueberry cheesecake as it all melts in your mouth while the cracker crumbs give a kind of subtle authenticity of being a true-blue cheesecake.

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Whole Orange & Almond Cake with Botrytis Syrup

This cake gives you a true marriage of nutty and slightly tangy flavors brought together closely by botrytis. It’s incredibly moist but fluffy at the same time, as the batter bounces right back up after every little slice. Enjoy it with some orange zest and a dollop of cream on top.

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Red Wine Ice Cream Recipe

If you have to juggle between drinking wine and ice cream, why not have them both – at the same time? With your favorite red wine, this ice cream’s sweetness gives off a hint tang after every scoop. And, if you want more to this icy concoction, you can always add whipping cream and fruits.

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Goodforyou Cheesecake

The difference between a regular cheesecake and a cheesecake with restaurant quality is alcohol. That’s right. Chefs enhance the blissful dessert with liquor to give it an undeniable edge much like what this smooth ivory colored Goodforyou cheesecake has abundantly. Its lush texture and subtle flavor will make you want to eat it again and again.

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Red Wine Chocolate Doughnuts

This luxuriously looking chocolate doughnut is full of semisweet chocolate chips, natural cocoa and applesauce. The mixture of the two sumptuous dominant flavors plus the red wine of your choice would be enough reason to eat a whole box of these!

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Slow Cooker Super Fudgy Red Wine Cake

Indulge yourself in this devilishly good dessert. Slowly cooking the cake gives it that thick and appropriately dense chocolaty texture that fudge cakes are known for. And when mixed with red wine, cake gets extra flavor and the chocolate settles in your mouth satisfyingly – not too strong and not too faint. This is basically the best wine cake in the world.

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