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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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9 Reviews |  By Kaarin

This is a great quick dessert when I don't plan ahead. It's good by itself or over ice cream.

Recipe #113927

A very versatile dessert topping. It's good on pound cake, angel food cake, ice cream, or by itself. Easy to make and fancy enough for company--especially if you're in a hurry.

Recipe #136131

Another fix and bake for big wow from family and guests!! Works with any berry/fruit. Serve with ice cream. Ya can't go wrong!!!

Recipe #135683

These are to die for!!! They are so easy, yet look so elegant!!! I usually use a heart-shaped cookie cutter, but have also done squares, diamonds, etc. This is a must make for Valentine's Day at my house! But would be wonderful for any holiday or romantic dinner.

Recipe #131091

This is the avocado recipe for people who HATE avocado! lol One day my best friend from Mozambique made this and I'm not real fond of avocado but except this recipe! Even my other friend who has never tried avocado before loved it! It may not look attractive but tastes GREAT!

Recipe #133602

This is so delicious, and makes a ton of ambrosia, but recipe may be cut in half if desired to serve about 4-6 people, I like to use coloured mini marshmallows --- plan ahead this needs to chill for minimum 2 hours, prep time includes chilling time.

Recipe #129890

10 Reviews |  By Rita~

These pudding delites are a Hawaiian Luau Dessert.

Recipe #125832

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

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

Recipe #127684

I have been asked to make this every year at Thanksgiving. Thought I would share my way of making banana pudding.

Recipe #128989

From the American Dairy Association and Dairy Council, Inc. in Silvia Lehrer's Cooking Column in Dan's Papers. Great for the 4th of July or anytime you want. Brandy for adults only...make it for kids without it.

Recipe #130139

Variation of Pistachio Ambrosia #22445 posted by Barb T 3/14/2002. Great summer salad, fluffy and lightly sweet. Kids love it. Found in a fundraiser cookbook.

Recipe #34368

Wonderful when served warm with ice cream!

Recipe #131267

Crispy, delicious and low-fat!

Recipe #131559

A Taste of Home Recipe that is just as swift to make as it's name and really tasty too

Recipe #131802

This is a dessert I found on the internet and have made several times since then. The first time I made is was for our Fourth of July celebration in 2003 and the whole family just loved it! It's so delicious and refreshing on a hot summer day! The cooking time I've listed is actually the time required to chill the trifle.

Recipe #118149

Very moist cake.

Recipe #117593

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

I love ambrosia of all kinds. This one I got out of a magazine. I love the toasted coconut, it just give it another level of taste. Cook time is chill time.

Recipe #87607

2 Reviews |  By LA28

This is one of my favorite desserts, especially to serve to guests. It's fast, easy, and it requires chill time, which makes it perfect for advance preparation. I guess panna cotta isn't the most common dessert, because, despite its simplicity, I get raves and quizzes over the ingredients every time. The panna cotta recipe is courtesy of Giada De Laurentiis, from Food Network's "Everyday Italian," and the chocolate sauce comes from Tyler Florence's "Food 911." The sauce recipe makes quite a bit - you'll have some leftover - but I don't cut it because I like to have it the day after with the leftover berries.:) Cooking time is chill time.

Recipe #115327

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