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    2 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Just watch your guests faces when you serve them an avocado for dessert. You can double, triple the recipe. They can remain in your freezer for up to a month. Easy fun dessert.

    Recipe #35146

    A cool, refreshing, not-too-sweet dessert. Serve with crisp lemon wafers.

    Recipe #122338

    1 Reviews |  By Xexe

    An interesting recipe from AB, I remember him enjoying it on Good Eats.

    Recipe #261461

    I came up with this morning when I discovered I had two ripe bananas left on the counter. These are very tasty and with the warm weather coming this is a very satisfying and refreshing treat. I used organic bananas in this, they just taste better! I used a small popcicle maker for this. Each popcicle holds 1/4 cup of this mixture.

    Recipe #305649

    Frozen banana pops are a snap to make, and taste a lot like ice cream. For extra pizzazz drizzle with chocolate sauce before serving. The recipe calls for using popsicle sticks. If unavailable, the end of each pop can be held in a folded piece of plastic wrap.

    Recipe #134135

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Really easy -- almost idiot proof! I was always looking for a non-dairy recipe, but could never find one. I finally just came up with this on my own, and it tastes great!

    Recipe #13363

    Recipe #177660

    From a recent issue of Woman's Day magazine, an almost guilt-free dessert that is so simple to make. Choose your favorite flavor combo or make up your own. Note: prep time does not include freezing time.

    Recipe #235849

    This recipe was found in the June/July edition of Light and Tasty. It is 4 points per serving and more importantly it is a dessert with CHOCOLATE.

    Recipe #92463

    1 Reviews |  By Pepita

    From "Cooking Light". Nice tart lemon flavour with a tangy gingery aftertaste. Took me a while to get the texture right, but that's because I made it without an ice cream machine.

    Recipe #179814

    Nobody believed me when I served this up for dessert after a great seafood BBQ. Definately not one for the kids (or the faint hearted). Make sure the vodka is chilled or even frozen.

    Recipe #198291

    From:French Food Guide. There is not much written instruction on the art of palate cleansing during a sumptuous, multi-course French meal. It has become something of a prized tradition, passed from generation to generation in the local enclaves of France. Each region has a special ingredient, usually a locally produced product that the locals swear by. Palate cleansers, by nature, are used in the middle of a meal to remove lingering flavors from the mouth so that the next course may be enjoyed with a fresh perspective. The French also use them as an all-important digestive, to avoid heartburn, indigestion, and to stimulate the appetite. Clean tasting lemon pairs nicely with Figs Sauternes

    Recipe #338350

    9 Reviews |  By ChrisMc

    Here's another ice cream recipe; I added a couple of variations that you can try. Mango ice cream is popular in Hawaii; mango sorbet is also very tasty (unfortunately, I don't have a recipe for that one - hint, hint). The time does not include freezing time.

    Recipe #31725

    3 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is posted for the World Tour 2005 RecipeZaar event. I haven't had time to try it yet, but - YUM! The source is the Better Homes and Gardens Mexican Cookbook.

    Recipe #135024

    1 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From a Splenda pamphlet, posting for diabetics that tolerate Splenda. Times are estimated, with cooking time being freezing times.

    Recipe #314631

    4 Reviews |  By Kim127

    This recipe was in an Around the World cookbook I have. Posted for the Africa region of Zaar World Tour 2006. Cook time is chilling time.

    Recipe #173586

    This interesting recipe is taken from a cookbook published by the Canadian Women's Club of Barbados. Cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #384142

    This is our all-time favorite ice cream in my family. It is super delicious. I like using about 4 medium bananas to make this ice cream. If you prefer, you can also use only 3 for lighter texture.

    Recipe #392122

    This is a rich creamy ice cream, from the essetti.com website. Use very ripe bananas and only fresh lemon juice - not bottled. Preparation time is estimated, depends on your ice cream freezer.

    Recipe #131075

    Rich, creamy coconut ice cream laced with coconut and dark chocolate! Nothing better....worth busting a diet for.

    Recipe #316575

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