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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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    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

    I came up with this last week when I was craving something sweet.

    Recipe #142456

    This is a refreshing summertime snack that's easy to make.

    Recipe #151800

    10 Reviews |  By Rita~

    From the food downunder.com For added flavor use my Flavored Sugar Recipe #53926 for the sugar!

    Recipe #142543

    6 Reviews |  By Derf

    Always looking for ways to use our frozen berries, this one turned out great. from Canadian living mag.

    Recipe #72770

    Here is a simple but good apple salad recipe

    Recipe #3572

    A great use for all that Halloween Candy. I made these with a girls club and they were a huge hit!

    Recipe #143158

    A dessert for people who don't like gooseberries.

    Recipe #31360

    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

    You've never had baked apples like this before! This is an old family recipe that is 'required' at Thanksgiving but eaten all year round.

    Recipe #94994

    This is great for fresh strawberry season and also for a cool dish on a hot summer day! Goes great as a special side for holiday meals also. Since it is frozen, you can make it up ahead a day or two and bring out when needed.

    Recipe #93101

    2 Reviews |  By Hadice

    Very refreshing summer dessert. No cook/bake. A McCormick recipe from allrecipes.com. 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

    This is so delicious served in the summer, when fresh strawberries are in season.

    Recipe #84656

    I modified this recipe to make an easy trifle for my cooking class. The results are fantastic!!! This is definitely the class favorite! Try making it with other seasonal fruits...it's great with fresh peaches!

    Recipe #131055

    1 Reviews |  By gwynn

    This is a very smooth and creamy dip. Great with fresh fruit.

    Recipe #106301

    This is a fabulous fruit dip that has more ingredients than the traditional cream-cheese-and-marshmallow-cream variety. It has more ingredients but is easy to make...I just dump it all together in the trusty Kitchenaid mixer and let'er blend! This is delious as a dip (recipe below) or you can thin it with a little more milk (1/4 c. more) and make a sauce to toss your fruit with for fruit salad. (I only put a minute of "cook" time to please the website...it's really just a mix-and-serve recipe.)

    Recipe #95906

    Mmmm...this is so good! Rich and tangy to taste, beautiful to look at. While I love it as a salad, I have also used it for a refreshing summer dessert. My niece, Carrie, shared this recipe with me and I bless her for it. Cooking time is actually freezing time.

    Recipe #140081

    My next door neighbor Steve is a pretty darn good cook IMO, and he has given me permission to post and share another one of his favorites he made last night. I told him his other one got a 5 and I'll bet this one does too. Try it...you'll love it.

    Recipe #43115

    Since my DS is not a huge fan of just baked apples, I only make enough for just DH and myself, but feel free to increase the recipe and double all ingredients and also the microwave cooking time. Not only is this a very simple recipe to make, the apples are delicious, they are a must served with ice cream! Of coarse they also can be made in the oven but the microwave is so much faster... prepare the apples before dinner (just rub the insides well with fresh lemon juice so they will not brown) fill them and refrigerate, then pop them in the microwave for an after dinner for dessert.

    Recipe #139908

    A rich meringue dessert named after Anna Pavlova. Traditionally strawberries and kiwifruit, dribbled with passionfruit are used as the filling but you can use anything. The originator of pavlova is not actually known, and there is great rivalry between New Zealand and Australia since both take pride in the invention of this dessert. I originally found this for my husband, the meringue fiend. He loves this. This is pretty involved but a slice of heaven of worth it. :D Posted for Zaar World Tour 05

    Recipe #139658

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