This is a Rice pudding recipe that I received from a friend of mine years ago. She has since passed away from Breast Cancer. She always bragged about it . One day when I was craving rice pudding I happened to bump into her and she gave me her recipe. It has never failed me.Easy as 1-2-3. You can add as much nutmeg,cinnamon or even almond extract and it will be delicious.Tweek to your hearts content.Just follow the basic recipe exactly.
It's called Creeping Crust because the CRUST WILL RISE TO THE TOP AND CREEP OVER THE FRUIT. My family loves cobblers and this recipes adapts to any fruit and is the best I've made or eatten. Serve warm or cold and don't forget the ice cream.
This apple crisp was brought to our house for dessert by a dear friend named Carla. I had always had an aversion to cooked apples, but I wanted to be polite so I tried it. This has been one of my favorite desserts since then. I was sooo bummed out because it got lost in the move to South Africa. I had lost contact with Carla as well. Then 2 weeks ago, 3 1/2 years later, I FOUND IT! In that one box that was full of "junk" that was so important to bring with us, but not important enough to go through for 3 + years! So here it is:
This was the first recipe I ever tried for bread pudding. I love tiramisu & my boyfriend loves bread pudding so it was a hit. Found in a BH&G magazine...the bottom ingredients serve as the glaze on top! Also, the recipe calls for custard cups or ramekins, but I used a 2 qt casserole dish and increased the bake time to 45-50 minutes.
The only thing more comforting than a warm bread pudding on a cold day is one drizzled with a warm Amaretto sauce. The tartness of cranberries is a wonderful contrast to the sweeter elements of this dish, while the nuttiness of almonds and Amaretto takes it from "comforting" to gourmet, especially when matched with the rich apple and caramel flavors of Domaine Pinnacle Ice Cider from Quebec, Canada.