Mom found this recipe in a local blab sheet. We've been making it for years, it is absolutely WONDERFUL, especially when it's slightly warm, served with ice cream. (Or fat free Cool Whip) Don't be afraid about the blueberries on top, they will 'sink' a little. You can use 1 cup sugar instead of 1/2 sugar 1/2 Splenda. I have known people to double the recipe and put it in a 9 x 13 pan.
One of my favorite parts of summer is the peaches. With family in
The Peach State, I've got connections and get them straight from the
packing shed and love to use them on recipes like these ! Served warm
with ice cream or cold from the fridge, this dessert is great.
This is an apple crisp recipe from the nice lady who lived next door to me when I grew up. Her name was Luella, but I called her Lulu. I've never found an apple crisp recipe that I like better! Everyone that tastes it, raves about it. She always sprinkled the apples with sugar, but I like them tart, so I don't sprinkle any sugar on them. She also peeled the apples, but I don't peel them, and it tastes great, and saves time!
This crepe recipe goes back over 30 years, you may fill with berries then roll up and top with whipped cream if desired, or drizzle with syrup, make certain to use *warm* milk only that's the secret to perfect textured crepes! --- the crepes can really be made into any size desired, but make sure to make them as thin as possible --- servings and cooking time are only estimated, depending on size of the crepes.
If you love lemon meringue like I do, you will enjoy this great little variation. It comes from a Pillsbury cookbook, "Best of the Bake-off". Time to cool (an additional 2 hours) is not included in prep time.
On a cold winter's evening there 's nothing better than a dish of warm Apple Crisp! This recipe, made with the food processor is so simple and so delicious it's worth a try! This recipe came from the 1984 issue of the Southern Living Annual Recipe Cookbook and has become a standard in our house since.
Plump little apple pies made out of puff pastry.This recipe seems so simple, and one to impress and please family and friends alike.I received this recipe from my mom, but I haven't tried it yet, I can't wait go out and buy the puff pastry so I can make it. I hope you enjoy it!
I got this from the June issue of Chatelaine, my trusty and favorite Canadian magazine. I haven't made this yet, but it looks like it's a quick, easy and refreshing summer dessert everyone will think you fussed over. All of Chatelaine's recipes are triple tested and always turn out fantastically! Chilling time not included in cooking time.