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Wonderful recipe from the Kraft website. for quick, smooth jigglers. Great treat for Valentines when you use strawberry jello and vanilla yogurt. For those with diet concerns - use sugar-free jello, Sugar free fat free pudding, and skim milk. It tastes great.

Recipe #275000

From *The World Encyclopedia of Coffee* -- Per the intro, "The syrup of this exotic fruit dessert is flavoured & sweetened w/lime + coffee liqueur, & it can be prepared the day b4 intent to serve." This is definitely a spec occ & company-worthy effort that IMO would work very well as a brunch & luncheon dessert or (almost more appealing to me) as part of a cheese & fruit dessert platter if served in pre-baked tartlet shells. The cookbook actually called it a salad, but I couldn't accept that. It's a dessert in my book & got my attention w/it's unusual combo of flavours, burst of color in the pic + an easy make-ahead fix. The prep may appear labor-intensive, but is really just the prep of the fruit & I tried to be detailed vs overly brief. (Time does not include 1 hr sitting time for fruit to reach rm temp). *Enjoy* !

Recipe #273087

Very simple and delicious recipe, we have had this for breakfast as well as for dessert! This is from Tunisian Desserts Cookbook. Hope you enjoy!

Recipe #136381

Posted for the Zaar World Tour 06.

Recipe #173242

Kataifi is a popular Middle Eastern pastry made with shredded phyllo dough, also called Kataifi. In the traditional recipe you roll 3 inch strips around the nuts. I have made it like a cake -- MUCH EASIER. You can find it in your better local Greek or Middle Eastern market. Supposedly you can cut phyllo into thin strips yourself, however it would not be nearly as wonderful as the package Kataifi.....it is so fine and marvelous. I am going to use this as a topping for savory casserole. Be creative and use other nut combination. Pistatios, pecans, etc.

Recipe #493942

A simple dessert custard. Serve with some fresh fruit or canned. Can be made suitable for a gluten-free diet by ensuring the cornflour/cornstarch used is gluten-free. Ready in less than 10 minutes and can be served warm or cold as desired

Recipe #284086

This is a lovely dish that is kin to baklava. Give it a try.

Recipe #481804

The ground oats and almond give the biscuits more texture, flavor and nutrition.

Recipe #476728

3 Reviews |  By Xexe

Recipe is from my favorite chef Alton Brown. I also happen to love bananas foster, so two great things in one.

Recipe #100547

Recipe #314646

Nice served with tea, as an appetizer or dessert. You can use a different bread or different cheese for variety

Recipe #464151

This is pretty as well as delicious

Recipe #499471

Recipe #338727

"Rich, subtly spiced with cinnamon and ginger, and sweet with molasses, this dessert is a version of the pudding that has been served at the venerable Rhode Island clam shack Aunt Carrie's since it opened, in the 1920s." - Saveur

Recipe #512747

This recipe comes from the "Gone With The Wind Cook Book - Famous Southern Cooking Recipes". There is a note in the foreward which I love: "Gone With The Wind told of a style of living. as well as a romantic drama, A way of living, playing, and eating that thrilled us all."

Recipe #459981

This delightful pudding/cake would be well served for breakfast, at a tea or coffee gathering or as a dessert. Give it a try!

Recipe #475485

2 Reviews |  By robd16

Luscious and creamy and very very good for you, what more could you want? Another great example of less being more.

Recipe #398055

This is a very easy dessert to make and very light to eat after a big meal.

Recipe #89362

This recipe comes from the 2005 cookbook, The Best Recipes in the World. "Roasting them (the apricots) in the oven...intensifies their sweetness and makes average apricots quite suculent."

Recipe #376624

posted for ZWT A simple dessert popular in Honduras and other Latin American countries. The baking time is a guess as I haven't made this yet.

Recipe #457219

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