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  1. Cost per serving: 83¢ A delightful, citrusy twist on an old standby, this cake looks elegant when garnished with thin slices of lemon and lime and topped with grated zest.See recipe: Lemon-Lime Pound Cake
  2. Cost per serving: 42¢ Why buy prepared pudding when this homemade recipe is so easy? It uses mint tea bags steeped in warm milk to infuse the flavor. If you don’t like mint, leave it out and use an additional ounce of semisweet chocolate instead.See recipe: Chocolate Mint Pudding
  3. For a special occasions or weeknight dessert, you can’t go wrong with a light and fluffy (or rich and crumbly) cake. Chocolate is a perennial favorite, but try other crowd-pleasers, such as coconut and applesauce.
  4. The happiness that comes from munching a cookie dates back to childhood―but you don’t have to be a kid to enjoy these scrumptious recipes. They’re great tucked into a lunch bag, to accompany a midday coffee break, or really, any time at all.
  5. Cost per serving: 83¢   No need to start a campfire to make these chocolaty desserts―in fact, they’ll actually help you beat the heat!   Prep time: 20 minutes   Ingredients to shop for: • Graham crackers • Jarred marshmallow spread • Bittersweet chocolate • Rocky road ice cream  
  6. Cost per serving: $2.01    Talk about pie a la mode―this creamy dessert is an ice-cream lover’s dream come true!   Ingredients to Shop For:  • Vanilla ice cream • Graham cracker crust • Caramel sauce • Fudge sauce • Heavy cream   Ingredients You May Already Have:  • Confectioners' sugar   See recipe: Ice Cream Sundae Pie
  7. One of the best things about warm weather is all the colorful fruit bursting off grocery store and farmers’ market shelves. These easy recipes turn those beautiful fruits into delicious, refreshing, budget-friendly desserts your friends and family won’t be able to resist. Try them all!
  8. Cost per serving: 70¢  It’s just like serving everyone their own little peach cobbler. Top simple, buttery warm biscuits with peaches and whipped cream for a sensational dessert. It couldn’t be easier, and all for less than $1 per serving. Try it with nectarines, plums, berries, or any other summer fruit you love.See recipe: Cornmeal Peach Shortcakes
  9. Cost per serving: 43¢   This icy treat is a perfect way to cool down on a hot day, and it only takes 10 minutes to prep! We love to make it with strawberries, but it’s just as delicious with raspberries, blackberries, blueberries or even a combination.   Prep time: 10 min.  Freeze time: 4 hr.    Ingredients to Shop For:  • Strawberries • Lemon   Ingredients You May Already Have:  • Sugar • Salt  
  10. Cost per serving: $1.16  Creamy pudding and cool, fruity gelatin come together in these pretty, yummy treats. Top them off with berries for even more flavor and color. You can make the pudding up to 2 days ahead, so you can have these parfaits on the table with ease.  See recipe: Red, White and Blue Parfaits
  11. Cost per serving: $1.27  Cool, luscious cheesecake gets a patriotic spin with this family-pleasing dessert. The decoration looks fancy enough for company, but is so simple to do!  See recipe: American Flag Cheesecake Bars Or try: Lightened-Up Cheesecake Bars
  12. Cost per serving: 89¢  This comforting, scrumptious cake, with its combination of juicy tart cherries and rich, buttery cake, is a slice of heaven. Plus, you can have it in the oven in 10 minutes, and it only needs a dusting of confectioner’s sugar to make it look beautiful. For less than $1 a serving, it’s a perfect summer treat.  See recipe: Tart Cherry Cake
  13. Cost per serving: $1.14  Sip these fruity, satisfyingly slushy drinks during or after a meal for a sweet, refreshing taste of summer. The best part? They’re ready after just a few seconds in the blender.  See recipe: Watermelon Coolers
  14. Cost per serving: $1.34Twinkies are a classic American treat, but who knew they worked in Italian dishes as well? The cream-filled cakes combined with espresso powder and chocolate create a decadent dessert.See recipe: Twinkie Tiramisu