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    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

    Yes..it's a splurge..but worth it

    Recipe #363495

    3 Reviews |  By Hanka

    The secret to a creamy rice pudding is lots of liquid and short grain rice - arborio. You may think there is too much milk in the recipe but trust me it works! Stir once in a while to prevent rice from sticking to the bottom. Sprinkle with cinnamon or nutmeg just before serving. It is delicious warm or cold.

    Recipe #473750

    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

    3 Reviews |  By marisk

    My sister made this during my visit. I'm not a chocolate lover but this was delicious! We ate it with sliced apples, bananas, strawberries, crisp cookies, pretzels, and cubed poundcake! My times are probably off as I've never prepared this myself ... just enjoyed my sister's efforts :)

    Recipe #178218

    A delicious lemon mousse , can use for frosting a lemon cake( not a firm frosting though unless well chilled . I use it in trifles and mostly as a light and fluffy, tart lemon dessert served in a pretty glass.

    Recipe #406410

    Recipe #34509

    Your kids will love it! Another American family that are neighbors to us in the Philippines came up with this delicious creation (they named them "bananarrito's"). It's a high request from my daughters on Saturday nights. We've made these for birthday parties and when my girls have friends over. Usually the lumpia are always fried here in the Philippines, but these make a fresh, healthier tasting snack without them having to be fried. There are a few good lumpia wrapper recipes on ZAAR so you can make them easily from scratch as they aren't easy to find everywhere. To make the wrappers vegan just use egg substitute.

    Recipe #238062

    On our honeymoon in Maui we had these wonderful lumpia for dessert with icecream they were so yummy! I asked for the recipe and they gave it to me.

    Recipe #429239

    This is a very economical dessert that is very easy to make and oh, so delicious! It was a favorite in my family. When baked, it will form a yummy custard on the top. Best when made with 1 day old left-over rice that has been refrigerated. Mmmmm! :)

    Recipe #471670

    Recipe by Andrea Albin from Gourmet magazine March 2009. Cooks’ notes: Pudding can be made 1 day ahead and chilled. Glazed pecans can be made 3 days ahead and kept (leave whole), layered between sheets of parchment paper in an airtight container, at room temperature. Cake can be baked and cooled (but not soaked with syrup) 1 day ahead and kept, wrapped in plastic wrap, at room temperature. Brush with syrup before using.Store-bought spongecake can be substituted for homemade. Assembled desserts can be chilled up to 6 hours. http://www.gourmet.com/recipes/2000s/2009/03/bourbon-banana-pudding-with-glazed-pecans *time listed is start to finish including chilling. use a 9inch square cake pan

    Recipe #358700

    This is a tender, delicate, delicious bread pudding. For me to say that is quite a compliment, as I usually avoid bread pudding. Jean Dunlap, at our church, made it for a ministry fair and it was sooooo good. The only change I offer is the possibility of replacing about 1/4 cup of milk for 1/4 cup of spirits (rum, whiskey or amaretto, etc.)

    Recipe #470095

    6 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Tropical Bread pudding topped with a rich buttery rum sauce. The bread will be crusty on top and soft inside.

    Recipe #161389

    1 Reviews |  By Katzen

    This is the recipe by Glo McNeill, 82, of Lunenburg, N.S. that won the grand prize on the Canadian Show 'Recipe to Riches', by Food Network Canada. She said the recipe was inspired by her childhood in post-war England and the happy memories that thoughts of her mom’s lemon curd still evoke. The Grand Prize took the cash prize 'cake' in Canadian game show history, winning not only $250,000, but also it will become a President's Choice product! What's really decadent about this recipe is that the top two-thirds will be cake consistency and bottom third will be pudding consistency.

    Recipe #470048

    Transport you and your dinner guests to a tropical isle with this light, but delicious trifle. Using the freshest tropical fruit, a soft, sweet lime pound cake, and a creamy Rum velvet, this layered dessert will please you with it's delightful flavors. Sure to impress, serving this will get you five stars! This recipe was submitted for RSC #8.

    Recipe #161325

    This is from the 1997 Joy of Cooking. Wish I had my 1970 version!!!!!

    Recipe #452113

    10 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    Been looking for the lemon delicious recipe I cooked many years ago but somewhere along lost the clipping (before ZAAR time) and this seems to come close to it though called a pudding (maybe searching in the wrong area) but it was good though sweeter than I remember (would need to work on the sugar content), certainly don't remember having the sprinkle sugar on top as per this recipe but I believe that what gives it its crispy top in this recipe. Serving suggestion was 4 but I think could be easily stretched to 6 served with cream and or icecream. i found that 1 lemon gave me the rind and juiced that but needed to juice a second lemon to get the full 1/2 cup (got a little more than that and added the lot).

    Recipe #396895

    Recipe #95614

    1 Reviews |  By Olha

    Most recipes serve four or more, which means leftovers. Here is a pudding cake for two. Light cake with pudding sauce in the bottom.

    Recipe #152452

    A recipe from Rachael Ray.

    Recipe #413885

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