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
Plan ahead this needs to chill for a minimum of 2 hours before serving, purchase the ready-made glaze for this, if you like a lot of cream topping then use a 12-ounce container of Cool Whip topping, 16 servings is only estimated I can eat this whole cake myself lol! --- see note on bottom for a thinner twinkie crust -- you will *LOVE* this! :)
An awesome filling from a TOH recipe for "Cream Cake Dessert" by Peggy Stott. The cake wasn't anything special, but the cream is incredible! She suggests filling a yellow cake with it for a potluck, instead of icing it. Cooking time includes cooling.
The inspiration for the whipped cream came from Bon Appetit December 2002 issue. I've changed the measurements to my own taste. This whipped cream is delicious on anything with apples such as pie, cobbler and apple bread (see recipe 76946 for a great combo). Also would be nice on top of hot chocolate or coffee!
Every Wednesday The Montreal Gazette posts recipes according to the theme of the week or recipe requests that readers ask for. This is a recipe request, and it is from American chocolate company, Ghiradelli. I have made and ate this recipe and is decidedly very good.
My husband and I were coming home from vacation, salivating over the yummy dessert pictures in my Family Circle magazine. That is where this one comes from. The directions seem lengtly and difficult, but it really is easy. Cook time is the cooking and chilling time combined.
I love the sweet, refreshing Dole pineapple smoothies that are sold at Disneyland. But most recipes I have found for them online require an ice cream maker. This is my easy version of the Pineapple Dole Whip at a fraction of the cost. Word of advice from a Disney fan for your next trip: wait at least one hour after drinking this to ride the Indiana Jones' attraction. (The Enchanted Tiki Room is a better option. Plus the walk from the Dole Whip Hut to the Tiki entrance is a hop, skip and a jump.)
I love clotted cream from England, but it's hard to get here in the US. I found this recipe in a book from the Stars Restaurant, and it comes as close as anything I've tried to real clotted cream. This is a great (IMO, essential) spread for scones and muffins.
Although cool whip can never take the place of whipping cream it can cut down the calories, make a very quick dessert and taste lovely as well. I served this in small dessert dishes with a very small piece of chocolate to garnish. Although I used milk chocolate, it could also be made with dark. The idea for this recipe came from Kraft.