Embellished with raisins and pecans and topped with a hard sauce you just can't beat this spicy apple pie. Roselea, owner and founder of the famous Pink Adobe Restaurant in Santa Fe, created this years ago and it has been so popular she can hardly keep up the demands. Regulars at the restaurant order this dessert pie before their main course. Pie also freezes well so make two, one for now, one for later. From "Hotter Than Hell".
This is the original Chi-Chi's Mexican Fried Ice Cream. You can serve this on the fried flour tortilla sprinkled with a cinnamon sugar mix as it was done in the later years or in a sherbet glass as it was in the early 80's. At one point we even offered these in chocolate and strawberry as well. Prep time is for the ice cream ball to harden.
I have made this quite often for a dessert. To save time you can bake the oatmeal/butter mixture, and then crumble hours in advance, just make certain to crumble the mixture while it is still hot. I have even sprinkled packaged toffee baking bits on top...yummmmmm! Prep time includes chilling time.
This is the most popular of the Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream bases. It holds up well in a home freezer, and it's easy! From here, the sky's the limit ... follow a tried and true recipe, or make up that fantasy flavor you've always dreamed of. This recipe is posted in response to a request ... hope it helps!
I found this peach cobbler recipe on the internet from the Salt Lick Restaurant in Austin, TX. Everyone loves this recipe so much I have to make a double batch! Feel free to cut back on the sugar. Everyone has and the peach cobbler still comes out perfect. :D Personally, I always use two bags of frozen peaches instead of canned.
As hard as I tried I could not find a recipe for Vanilla Pudding mix that I could use as a base for other puddings or to add to other recipe's that I wanted to make, yet didn't want to buy a bunch of packages of pudding for. After 5 (yes I said 5) attempts I came up with one that was creamy enough, and tasty enough to call good. This can be made ahead...then just add a few ingredients and you have pudding. Great for gifting and camping...Higher in Calories yet low in sodium and potassium.*** NOTE*** for those missing the flavor of eggs or having problems with this setting up properly ... I found I liked it better when I added two egg yolks slightly beaten and put some of the hot mix in whipped it and added to the pudding mix as it cooked. You are right it adds to the flavor.
This great hot fudge sauce recipe that I changed a bit, is from Mother's Bistro in Portland, Oregon. It is very quick to make and is perfect for topping ice cream with. I like it because it's not too sweet.
Bill Kates supplied this recipe as he made it on his very first job when he moved to Boston. He took the job as a soda jerk because he loved the Hot Fudge Sauce at Bailey's Ice Cream Parlor of Boston, Mass. I found the recipe inside his review of Recipe#202009 #202009, and was surprised he had not posted this version himself. Hot Fudge is serious in our family, so I made both the version Bill K made on the job and Recipe#202009. The result of my taste test war? Whatever chocolate you use, that quality will determine the quality of your sauce; skimp, and the taste suffers. I used Hershey's cocoa powder by accident when I made this version, and the distinctive Hershey's taste came through loud and clear. Except for the chocolate source, the end result of both recipes came out about the same. I prefer working in a double boiler because it is easier to keep the chocolate from getting too hot.
I found this recipe about five years ago on topsecretrecipes.com, but had forgotten about it until I tried mariposa13's recipe #123291. With one can of fat free sweetened condensed milk, you could make both recipes and have lots of healthy treats! You'll never miss the fat!
This is close enough to real thing, although I have never tried it but I imagine that the mixture could be frozen until ready to use --- *note* do not double the recipe as it will not thicken properly, make two separate recipes in two bowls, use only *pure* vanilla extract for this :)