I figured this recipe would already be posted here, but it isn't. Not, at least, this exact recipe. This is very tasty. It's extremely easy to make, great for a potluck, and doesn't require baking. Plus, I usually have a surplus of graham crackers around (I have a one year old boy). Hope you enjoy!
Easy, rich, fast and yummy dessert. Your guests will never guess the crust layer is saltines! Pretty enough for company but easy enough for everyday! Time to make does not include refrigeration time- 4 hours
Very yummy made with fresh strawberries from Mexico, Texas and California.
I've been making these for years as they are easy to whip but have and excellent flavor. What colors you make them and how you decorate them depends on the occasion. Originally from a Philadelphia Cream Cheese booklet.
Every Christmas my friends and family look forward to this in the cookie tins I make for all of them. They get very upset when I do not make this. It is so easy to make. However, you will want to give them away as soon as possible because they are very addicting.
This is a wonderful low-fat dessert. It is easy to prepare but looks fancy. The bananas need to be pretty firm. It needs to be served right away as the souffles will fall very quickly. Also, if you have ramekins big enough to hold 2 cups then use those. If not, use ceramic bowls that are oven safe. From "Eating For IBS".
The is the traditional filling for Choux pastries (Cream Puffs) and any dessert which needed a filling. I can tell you that you *do* need to stir it constantly after adding the milk to the egg mixture, but patience is rewarded by a great result. Orignl. from 1920's recipe. Makes 400ml (3/4 pint)
I was reading the message boards and someone was looking for different ideas for Easter Baskets! Then I remembered this and though it's too late for this year, maybe you'll try this for next year or for any special day! The kids love it! I've made small bowls and filled it with candy at a buffet table and also on the coffee table with munchies...another great recipe card idea...can't take the credit.
This recipe is from Quick Cooking - September/October 2001. I use the paper liners for the jumbo muffin pans because it makes for easier transporting of the cupcakes. They seem to stay fresher, too. These are great for a bake sale or even for a Halloween party.
I came up with this variation on the Angel food cake in a quest to make the original even more bathing suit-season friendly. It has very little flour, which is usually the culprit of the high carb, and calories that are found in cakes and breads. I hope you like it...