This is a great low-sugar, low-fat dessert designed for 2. It is easily adapted using a variety of dried fruit; i.e., blueberries, chopped apricots, dried apples, and/or pecans or walnuts. Let your imagination lead you.
Oprah recently featured this treat as one of her favorite things. I ordered the mix from Serendipity in NYC. The food editor from our local paper went in search of the recipe after numerous requests from readers and here it is--straight from Serendipity 3 restaurant. When my mix arrives, I'll let you know how this recipe compares to the real deal.
This is such a pretty recipe. I just love parfaits and I adore this light and fluffy mousse one. Butter cookies are among my fave and I love the fact that they are used in this recipe. Easy recipe with little prep needed.
This is a romantic, seductive, rich, lush and thick, soft, chocolate covered berries! NOT a bite and crunch covered berries! Great for feeding your LOVED ONES. I've also cut a slice into the strawberry and put it onto a rim of my recipe #49905. You can decorate the top of a decadent chocolate cake with them.
I got this one of a classmate, we were making a cookbook for the tsunami appeal when it happened, we managed to raise enough money to buy a family who had lost everything a new boat to keep their buissness running
From a 1970's Sunset cookbook, this dessert would be the perfect finish to a romantic candlelight dinner. The ingredients listed makes 2 servings, but can easily be doubled or even tripled if you're serving it to guests.
Baked Apples go back to my childhood. This isn't Mom's recipe, just one I picked up a long time ago and naturally it's been changed, morphed, and evolved over the years. My thanks to all of the people I've stolen bits and pieces from. The measure of ingredients is approximate to give you a scale to judge proportions by.