A combination of pumpkin, evaporated milk, cinnamon and ice cream make up this scrumptious drink for your holiday meal. *This can be made more diabetic friendly be using Splenda in place of the honey and fat free evaporated milk for the regular and if you can get reduced or sugar free ice cream, go with that, and you'll be smiling.
Ben and Jerry make the best ice creams and this lovely choice is one of their best in my opinion. Give it a try and see what you think Cooking time is however long it takes your ice cream freezer to make it.
This is definitely the kind of dessert that makes people ask, "Is it really vegan?". The combo of pumpkin and chocolate is very flavorful and interesting. I've used this before to make little tarts, but it's really good on its own.
Several years ago I had a wonderful orange tiramisu in Munich, Germany. I have not tried this recipe yet but am hoping it comes close. The recipe does not state what size bowl to use. I will attempt to prepare in individual trifle bowls.
These chewy Grandma-style cookies will only leave you wanting more! Slightly crispy on the edges with a soft and chewy middle, they are absolutely divine and VERY easy to make! I received this recipe years ago from my friend Linda and it's become a favorite in our home.
This is one of my all time favorite WW recipes. I serve it to company all of the time, and no one ever guesses its low fat! I have used ravioli instead of pierogies and have added ham for variation. Recipe as written is 5 points.
This is so easy, and whips up in minutes. A must on your Christmas buffet table! Origional recipe comes from General Hospital in Everett, WA. The cooking time listed, does not include the passive chilling time.