I saw this recipe in Taste of Home and it looked so pretty and delicious I couldn't resist trying it and posting it here to share. It is a very elegant looking dessert but so simple to make. The gingersnap crust is such a perfect complement to the strawberries. A scrumptious dessert without a lot of calories. I'm sure it will taste even more delicious when strawberries are in season. Prep time does not include time for chilling.
I wrote this recipe down on a recipe card after seeing it in a magazine, but I can't remember which one. This is a great cake for special occasions. It is definitely NOT low fat. I like it because you can choose what candy bars you want to put in it and even what flavor cake.
I recently made these cookies after finding the recipe on the package of Nestle Chocolatier chocolate chunks. This is a great cookie for those who love dark chocolate. They are very moist and chewy. This recipe makes a dozen jumbo-sized cookies, but I'm sure you could make them smaller if you like. My family LOVES these cookies.
This red raspberry pie has been the signature dessert for many years at the Pines Tavern in Gibsonia, Pa. Note: The dough for the pie crust has to chill for an hour and this is not included in prep time.
I got this reduced-calorie recipe from Family Circle magazine. According to the magazine, "English cooks made the original fools with pureed gooseberries folded into whipped cream, but mixed berries are also irresistible." The prep time does not include 50 minutes for freezing.