9 Vintage Desserts That Should Make A Comeback In 2024

Millionaire Pie

Given the inclusion of "Millionaire" in its name, it can be inferred that this pie is of exceptional quality. Additionally, it can be prepared in a little 10 minutes.

Wacky Cake

Do not let the name of this dessert to intimidate or deter you. It is named as such because to its composition lacking either dairy or eggs.

Old-Fashioned Shoofly Pie

This traditional pie, which has been featured in church and community cookbooks for many years, does not require any extravagant ingredients.

Sock It To Me Cake

This cake not only has an amusing name but also contains an enjoyable surprise within. Although it may appear unremarkable at first sight, the cake actually contains a layer of brown sugar, cinnamon, and pecans running through its center.

Luscious Lemon Bars

Irrespective of the event, you can always succeed in preparing a batch of homemade lemon bars.

Jell-O Pie

The no-bake pie is highlighted by the presence of Jell-O, evoking feelings of nostalgia with each slice. The ingredient list includes both strawberry and lemon gelatin.

Seven-Layer Cookies

Originally featured in the 1966 edition of Southern Living, these seven-layer delights remain deserving of the same level of popularity they enjoyed in the past.

Punch Bowl Cake

We believe that the Punch Bowl Cake should be reintroduced in 2024. Present it at any social event and visitors will immediately be astounded by the delectable strata of cake, fruit, custard, and whipped cream.

Strawberry-Pretzel Jello Salad

Although this dish is commonly referred to as a salad, it is worth noting that lettuce is not included in the list of ingredients for this traditional dessert. If you have yet to experience this evocative dish, it is high time to rectify that situation.