Bosc pears work well in this dessert. I also love the flavor combination of amaretto and peaches, so peaches would probably also work well in this recipe. Based on a recipe I found in Cooking Light a couple years ago. The original used softened low-fat vanilla frozen yogurt, but I've only made it with the yogurt. The 1 hour cooking time is actually chilling time. With the low-fat frozen yogurt, Cooking Light showed the nutritional values per serving as: 238 calories, 5.6 grams fat, 39.9 g carbs, 137 mg sodium.
As fall is fast approaching I have been digging through my recipes for things of a fall and winter nature. This is a good one! I have never had it fail and it always tastes wonderful. I believe this came from NESTLE's site
People love these and I have to laugh when asked for the recipe.
These are nice big & thick cookies!
I had to put a size for the cookie dough, hope I came close. heh heh!
Use the tube of white chocolate cookie dough in the refrigerated section of the store.
Do not spread the cookie dough out.
I had to put a size on the nuts, just use a regular size they have at the store.
Embarrassing because it's so easy and because it's definitely not diet food! The first time I made it, my husband, son and I ate it all up and didn't leave any for our daughter who was late, another reason to be embarrassed...
Simply yummm. If anyone came up with a low fat version of this I would be really happy! I have started keeping a bag of broccoli florets in the fridge as use them in so many things. So handy and it pretty much eliminates prep time here.