This is a recipe from a recent Pillsbury Bakeoff. The banana pudding used in this recipe is not an instant type. It is just like the containers kids take in their lunch. The computer here only comes up with instant in it.
You don't usually think of dessert at breakfast time, but with this hot compote, you feel like you are really cheating! Great for a brunch party!...but you can cut the amount down for just a twosome also.
This is a very enjoyable recipe straight from La Scala Cafe Sacramento, CA. I planned ahead and served it to guests at 11PM at night. It was a surprise to them and a great change from the usual cake and coffee after the theater. Don't be put off by the length of instructions, I just wanted it to be easy to follow.
I made this for a Christmas party and everyone gave it rave reviews. I made it the day before the party to make sure it was chilled well. The recipe originally came from a message board on AOL posted by Steph. It's a winner!
I can't believe how great this was! It came from allrecipes.com. I'm not an onion fan so I used 1/2 boiling onion instead of green onions and I didn't have any tarragon so I used parsley for color mainly. I also used a jar of Green Giant sliced mushrooms. I love garlic bu t3 cloves sounded like a lot so I used 1 large clove crushed.
This double rich chocolate cake with a ganache drizzle will make this a favorite any time of the year, like now! I love this cake but I won't make it often. Yes, it is made with 2 not 1 but 2 cake mixes. I didn't allow for cooling time.
This recipe has been a "fixer-upper" for a long time now. Have being playing around with ingredients and quantities and can't tell you where I found the original recipe. This is by no-means diet friendly!
This coffee is out of sight! Beware it is lethal! You can use Meghan's recipe #19142 or mandabears recipe #76284 or recipe #55413 by Mean Chef for dulce de leche that is used in the coffee - I had some on hand so it wasn't necessary to make more. I found this somewhere on the net but don't recall where.
A lovely dessert tart! I used Pepperidge Farm for the Puffed Pastry tart, another two recipes for the filling and Dancer's Chocolate Almond Sauce #5331 for the sauce on top. It made for a fantastic combination!
Once again, a throw-together recipe. There were several pie fillings that were in the pantry, which I had to choose from and the rest I made up as I went along; this was for last minute company and I was so tired of the "pound cake and strawberries routine" I was determined to make a few changes. Here goes whatever!
Another twist on berries with cream. Macerated berries, yummy Mascarpone cream & a delightful light crispy cookie or maybe Lady Fingers or Amaretti cookies. To make this diabetic friendly - use Splenda or some other sugar substitute and use sugar free cookies.
Another honey cake - this time with a little liqueur and fruit & nuts. Adapted from an old holiday issue of Good Housekeeping. You will need a 10 inch tube pan or angel food cake pan for this recipe. You can try using a flavored coffee, such as Amaretto coffee in this.
Elegant luncheon dish. Adapted from Best of the Best of Georgia. If you don't have time to carve out pineapple boats, you can subsitute an 8 1/4 ounce can of crushed pineapple, (drained well) and serve on top of salad greens. Fresh pineapple is much, much better though. There is no actual cook time - it is chilling time.