This is a great sauce that we like served with Waffles, Pancakes or French toast, or served over frozen yogurt, pudding or pound cake. Great on ice cream too!
Adapted from California Strawberries.
My kids saw this in Kraft's "What's Cooking magazine" and decided to make it for dessert when we had their teachers over for lunch. This is a simple make-ahead dessert that appeals to the eye and the stomach! Cook time is freezing time.
A traditional Fool is made with generous amounts whipped heavy cream with fruit gently folded in. This lighter alternative uses sour cream and yogurt and originated in Cooking Light. I have adapted it a bit to my own tastes and preferences.
This dessert is so fabulous! It is my mother-in-law's recipe that can also be made as strawberry or raspberry by switching the Jello flavor and fruit. It is so fresh tasting that you will have a hard time stopping at just one serving! Note: It is important to note that the pudding used is the cooking kind, NOT the instant. This makes a 9 x 13 size dessert, but you could also put it in 2 pie crusts, or half the recipe for one smaller dessert. Enjoy!
This is a wonderful easy dessert and if you chill it overnight it's similar to a very creamy cheese cake but much easier and much quicker to make, you can whip this up in about 5 minutes, the ingredients may be easily be doubled and baked in a 13 x 9-inch baking pan, see note on bottom --- serve this warm or cold, it will "ripen" in flavor have a cheesecake texture after it is chilled for 24 hours
This is a great and tasty muffin. Personaly i think they are best when they are frozen. From the "Breasts of Friends" cookbook-(my favorite!)
Tip:You can extend the season of grapes by freezing them in 1 1/2 cup batches and throwing them into the batter frozen.
So yummy. Tried it and had to share! From Pillsbury Potlucks & Reunions. Works really well if you pick up the fruit already cubed in the produce section. You can also sugar rim the dessert bowls/glasses for a fancier presentation.