If you had no idea sushi desserts were a thing, feast your eyes on the gorgeous concoctions below. We’ve also included the recipes so your own experience with these treats can be just moments away.
Pistachio Chocolate Banana Sushi
This three-ingredient dessert takes frozen bananas to the next level. Each slice of chocolate-covered fruit perfectly mimics the look of seaweed wrap around rice, and the chopped pistachios almost look like a sprinkle of gold dust. Plus, they add a salty complexity to this otherwise sweet treat. Get the recipe HERE.
(via The Petite Cook)
PB&J Sushi Rolls
The classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich gets a makeover with this easy, fun recipe. Just cut the crusts off two slices of regular sandwich bread and roll flat with a rolling pin. Then spread peanut butter on one slice and jelly on the other before rolling them both together into a spiral and cutting them into sushi-sized pieces. Best of all, this dessert doubles as a meal. Get the recipe HERE.
Chocolate Raspberry Sushi Roll
Yes, this recipe requires you to bake a rich chocolately cake and create your own cheesecake filling and raspberry sauce, but just one look will show you that the results are entirely worth it. Once prepared, these decadent bite-sized bits will be the perfect follow-up to a real sushi dinner. Get the recipe HERE.
(via 2 Cookin Mamas)
Thai Coconut Sticky Rice With Mango Sushi
If you’ve ever had mango with sticky rice at a Thai restaurant, you’ll know exactly why this one had to make our list. The sticky rice is flavored with coconut milk, making it soft and sweet, pairing perfectly with the complex tartness of its mango wrapping. Get the recipe HERE.
(via She Simmers)
Chocolate Coconut Sushi
It may look like these chocolately rolls are filled with real rice, but they’re actually stuffed with shredded coconut around a chocolate ganache center. The “seaweed” on the outside is made up of dark chocolate and even more roasted coconut, making them look utterly irresistible. Get the recipe HERE.
(via Trang’s Kitchen)
Peanut Butter and Banana Sushi
Any banana sushi recipe is a winner in our book. This one coats the banana in a creamy layer of peanut butter before rolling it in a mixture of crushed cereal to give it a fun, colorful and fruity exterior. Get the recipe HERE.
(via Ready Set Eat)
S’mores Rice Krispies Treats Pinwheels
It’s hard to go wrong with s’mores—especially when your dessert sushi actually incorporates rice in the form of puffed rice cereal. These rolls sandwich a layer of milk chocolate within a swirl of marshmallow and crispy cereal. Get the recipe HERE.
(via Mom on Time Out)
If you think these treats look good, click HERE to find out the most innovative ways to enjoy cereal without milk.