Delicious way to use up zucchini! The flavor profile is similar to other cakes up here, but the proportions are different. This is tasty and not too sweet when served plain, or you could dress it up before serving by sprinkling with some powdered sugar or adding frosting - chocolate or cream cheese are great options with this! Just allow the cake to cool before frosting, if doing so. I received this recipe from a friend at my bridal shower.
This a great variation on regular pumpkin pie. The addition of nuts in the crust is so tasty! You can cut it in large squares, but sometimes I cut it into smaller ones to bring to a potluck, or for a buffet. The first words out of tasters mouths are always "Oh, this is SO good!" (One hour for chilling is added to cook time.)
This is a recipe I found back in 1971 before DH and I got married. I found it on a box of Reynolds Wrap. It had a great picture of the finished dish and my little brother who was 7 at the time made me promise to make this for him after I got married. Well.... I believe I had been married about 10 years when I finally made this for him. DH and I just celebrated our 35th. Yes DB still asks for this whenever we have a family get together. Enjoy! Preparation time does not include freezing time.
One day I was craving a dessert I had ages ago that my cousin had made with rice chex and ice cream. I didn't have the recipe, so I went into cyberspace and found an award winning similar recipe from the HoosierKitcheNet! This dessert is great in the summer, or anytime of the year when you might be craving ice cream with a crunch! (Prep time includes time for freezing dessert).
My whole family loves Pumpkin Pie Crunch, which is a simple dessert that tastes like pumpkin pie with a buttery crumb topping. However, the fat and calories in the original version are deadly. In this lightened version, the fat and calories are basically cut in HALF, without much sacrafice in flavor.
Nov. 2011 note - I agree with the reviewer who felt the Corn Muffin mix might be too crunchy/savory, and her advice of using HALF a regular boxed cake mix is really good advice!
I love the flavor of toasted oats...and combined with juicy peaches and cinnamon in a warm crisp, it's the ultimate comfort food. I have also made this recipe using half peaches and half apples...just as delicious!
This recipe makes a huge batch of tiramisu great for a potluck or picnic. They will think you slaved in the kitchen over this one. For the cake layer, you can use angel food cake, lady fingers or slice up shortcake cups.
This is a real refreshing low fat dessert and easy to make too, orange Jell-O can be replace with any other flavor, but I find that orange seems to be the best --- plan ahead the tapioca needs to sit for 8 hours, or overnight:)
This was my Mother's recipe. She always made these for Christmas. I make them several times a year. You may use any flavor of jam, but I think the raspberry is delicious. One reviewer asked me about the egg whites. I always beat the egg whites until soft peaks form. My mother made it the same way.