Everyone loves a delicious seafood dinner. If you’re planning a menu around some fresh lobster, shrimp or other marine delights, you might be wondering how to cap off the meal!
Read on for a few ideas for desserts that go well with seafood.
Maine is known for it’s blueberry pie so it goes hand in hand as the ending to a lobster course or other seafood dish. A slice of blueberry pie is great as a stand alone, topped with whipped cream or a la mode.
This chocolate cake surrounding vanilla cream is another speciality dessert item tied to Maine. We sell ready to eat whoopie pies directly from Maine just like our seafood. As always, overnight delivery is included in the price so that you have the freshest and most authentic experience possible. Look here to try your own hand at making a whoopie pie.
Key lime pie
Think about how often you see fish and seafood dishes accompanied by a wedge of lemon. That’s because seafood and citrus complement each other so well, they were practically made for each other! Keep the citrus vibe going with a summery key lime pie. Other citrusy ideas? Lemon meringue pie, lemon bars or orange sorbet.
The richness of chocolate balances out the taste of saltier seafood dishes, especially those seasoned with Old Bay. Try a rich but light chocolate mousse, perhaps with some salted caramel sauce on top to continue the interplay of sweet and salty flavors. You could also keep things easy and spoon the sauce over some chocolate ice cream or sorbet.
Who said fruit can’t be decadent? Treat-yourself with fruit desserts, like mixed fruit tarts or pavlovas covered in whipped cream, both make an excellent complement for lighter seafood dishes like broiled lobster tail.
Now that you’ve picked out a delectable dessert, it’s time to order some seafood for the main course. Cape Porpoise Lobster Co. offers top-quality lobster and other seafood treats that can be at your door, ready to cook, in just 24 hours! We include free overnight shipping with every order. Call 1-800-967-4268 today to place your order and get cooking!