This is a Chinese dessert that I found to submit for the Zaar World Tour '05...
Coconut milk lends a sweet flavor to bananas in this quick and easy recipe. It makes a light dessert for two, or can easily be doubled to serve four people.
I made this for dinner after looking at several similar recipes. It was a hit with the whole family, even the resident food snob (casserole???) Nice & easy, ooey gooey casserole that reminds me of the 70's, lol. Serve this with noodles/pasta or rice.
This is so easy, delicious & healthy! We tried this with raspberries & didn't like it as much. I found this on a vegetarian website & made a few minor adjustments. Enjoy! Your cholesterol levels will thank you, lol.
I found this on the back of my container of cinnamon. I kid you not. I did make a couple changes - less sugar & more cinnamon. For the crust, find my Recipe #218799. I made this for dessert tonight & it is DIVINE. It's not as dense as some cheesecakes; it was almost mousse-like. Chilling time is not included in the cook time.
This is so comforting & delicious! I forget where I found this originally & I probably altered it anyway.
eta: I just remembered - this is my edited/altered/revised version of another Zaar recipe. I hope nobody is offended.
Now THIS is worth writing home about, so here I am! I wanted to do something different with my cranberry sauce this year. Enough of the citrus, no shallots for making compote...vanilla! I have a few dried out beans that I've been hoarding! Now that we have a supply of fresh beans, time to use the old - why not drop one in the cranberry sauce? How bad could it be? OMG.....it was divine!!! Vanilla sugar adds extra vanilla flavr but you can certainly use regular sugar.
This is a recipe from Norman Van Aken that I've been lugging around for years. I did alter it a smidge - whisking in the sour cream vs. adding it to the blender - I think it has a better texture. I keep a batch of this sauce at all times for meat, veggies, potatoes... It's from his cookbook New World Kitchen. It's very simple & keeps for at least 2 weeks.
These taste wonderful with mashed potatoes. (To make mashed potatoes the Belgian way, you also put some nutmeg in with the salt and pepper) I hope you will enjoy these as much as I do. Endives are a little bitter, but cooked they are sometimes a mixture of bitter and sweet.