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Recipe #217112

I made this up from some notes I had

Recipe #451736

May use pots de creme cups or four ounce ramekins.

Recipe #336235

3 Reviews |  By rpsj2

from the book "Cranberry Mystery", by Wende & Harry Devlin, published in 1978

Recipe #399092

Kissels are a type of fruit soup that are popular in Eastern Europe. This one is made with cranberries but you can use any type of soft fruit to make it. Please note: You may substitute cornstarch for the potato flour if you can't get it.

Recipe #136117

This recipe was featured in an email this morning from the website.

Recipe #348127

A low-fat recipe from Healthy Cooking. I won't do this unless I can get really nice fresh berries. You can use frozen but the presentation suffers a bit. Makes 4 individual desserts or 1 round baked for an hour.

Recipe #224355

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

Recipe #89362

"Jerk Barbecue from Jamaica" by Helen Willinsky, neat little book jam packed with interesting reading. This dish serves a dual purpose; as a dessert with ice cream or as a side for meats or fish. I love the flavor of tamarind and there's no need to say that bananas are a wonderful fruit.

Recipe #235925

Recipe #314646

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

Posted for the Zaar World Tour 06.

Recipe #173242

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

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

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