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    Fruit Desserts—Sinful

    [Cover photo by LEEZAH 4.] Most of these are only slightly sinful; in many cases the recipes could move from the "sinful" to "healthy" categories simply by substituting light versions of ingredients such as sour cream, cream cheese or whipped topping. For recipes that are low-calorie (under 400) and low-fat (under 10 grams), see my cookbook Fruit Desserts—Healthy ; another cookbook Fruit Desserts—Spiked contains recipes incorporating wine or liquor. My other fruit cookbooks: Fruit Snacks and Appetizers , Salads: Cool and Fruity and Pineapple—Surprise! .
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    2 Reviews |  By pansies

    Found this on the 'net somewhere. I just love rhubarb sauces.

    Recipe #127048

    Any gourmet meal worth serving, deserves the time and attention in the preparation of this magnificently incomparable dessert. Following your sumptuous dinner of ROAST RACK OF VENISON, Horseradish Potatoes, Sauteed Carrots and Leeks, and Salad of Beets and Curly Endive, you and your guests will have experienced the "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous". Better yet, you will have prepared this fantastic fare, every step of the way, and loved every minute of it. It just does not get any better than that. This recipe extracted from Winter,'98, Toronto Life Magazine supplement, "Epicure". Preparation time includes all mixing, ingredients resting - time for dough to proof, and preparation of the glaze, almonds and compote. Please be aware of the nut ingredient; anyone with allergies should eliminate this item from the recipe. Note: For anyone who is not familiar with the term "spatlese", this information can be found on the bottle label and refers to wine made from late-gathered, therefore riper grapes, and sweeter.

    Recipe #64372

    2 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    For a romantic dessert these work well, trust me. lol It says 2 to 4 servings, well 2 of us ate it all. oops. WW Points 3.

    Recipe #107852

    This is a truly wonderful dessert--YES dessert! I would rather have this than any apple pie I have ever had. It's very easy to make.

    Recipe #25589

    Here is a simple but good apple salad recipe

    Recipe #3572

    "This is a good topping for ice cream, over fresh-baked biscuits, or over not-too-sweet cakes. Serve warm or Cold." Thank you Justin Wilson (Justin Wilson's Homegrown Louisiana Cookin'). Do not let the cooking time scare you off...this is pretty good stuff.

    Recipe #112345

    These are sooooo delicious, they taste similar to apple pie, only I think better!, make lots because you won't be able to stop eating these..... I always make up my crepes and keep them in the freezer so they will be ready to use when I need them, just layer them between wax paper, then use as needed.

    Recipe #72298

    Holy sweet tooth! You can also stuff peach halves with this!

    Recipe #11109

    31 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is sweet, crunchy, hot and cinnamonie. Is that a word? Go ahead and use your favorite choice of nuts. You can replace the rum with apple juice if you don't want the booze. But remember the alcohol will burn off. Ice cream goes sooooo well with the hot soft apples.

    Recipe #75293

    9 Reviews |  By s'kat

    My neighbor brought this over one evening for my husband and I to sample. We just happened to be entertaining some guests, and hadn't planned a dessert. When the meal ended, I brought out the two portions and divided it carefully amongst the group. We practically licked our bowls clean, this was so wonderful. He had pulled the recipe from epicurious. Makes a beautiful presentation, very simple, very good. just be certain to use a good-quality balsamic.

    Recipe #83720

    23 Reviews |  By dojemi

    Recipe comes from Ashley Manor in Barnstable, Mass.

    Recipe #70920

    A heavenly way to enjoy crepes for dessert!(Cook and prep time are guess-ti-mates; also, if you need a crepe recipe, look right here on "-zaar." :)

    Recipe #39660

    2 Reviews |  By dojemi

    This is one of my husbnads all-time favorites. You may also add some fresh strawberries, if desired. There are no exact measurements to this recipe. Add more or less of any ingredient to your liking.

    Recipe #91544

    13 Reviews |  By Bri22

    I just watched Barefoot Contessa and she made a romantic breakfast for dinner for her husband....I have posted the other things she made which are recipe #85443, recipe #85447, and recipe #85451 she also made sausage links which I'm sure everyone knows how to cook in a pan ;>

    Recipe #85449

    2 Reviews |  By Hadice

    Very refreshing summer dessert. No cook/bake. A McCormick recipe from I reccomend chilling the mousse for at least two hours before putting together, or berries will really sink. Looks beautiful served in wine glasses. Be creative with the berries you use.

    Recipe #96982

    You will love this sweet airy desert. I know I do.

    Recipe #103736

    I got this recipe from a coworker at the salon I work at. I didn't think it would be so wonderful and addictive! It's very creamy and sweet, and a great mix of flavors. It will be the best thing you ever use grapes for (except maybe wine!).

    Recipe #35450

    This is a light dessert for the summer time as well as a hit for holiday meals. My Mother-in-law gave me this recipe and I believe it was handed down from her mother-in-law as well. My DH and children love this dessert! The cook time is to set.

    Recipe #36321

    2 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    My dad is a dessert-loving diabetic, so I turned this into a very low sugar salad. It's sweetened with Splenda and fruit juice, but can also be made with sugar. With the blueberries, pineapple and pecans you really don't miss the sugar.

    Recipe #109615

    This is from the Teton Tree House in Jackson, Wyoming. A treat any way you look at it!

    Recipe #127684

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