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By Chef Ryley on March 6, 2013
By Kathy at Food.com on November 3, 2012
By BecR on April 25, 2011
"A wonderful quick and easy trifle for Easter, or anytime! Luscious lemon filling plus fresh strawberries and whipped cream are layered with angel food cake cubes in this delicious variation on my Strawberries and Cream Trifle. Tip: Can be made using part lemon curd and part lemon pie filling for a more lemony-tart version. Yum! I like to make this..."
Prep Time: 30 mins
Total Time: 30 mins
By HokiesMom on April 18, 2011
By Perfect Pixie on October 14, 2010
"This is just the same as the first coconut ice, except this one has the right measures so it will set properly, you really will get a kick out of it, so please try it, it's very popular with all the family. UPDATED - now corrected"
Ingredients: coconut, egg whites...
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
By Karen=^..^= on May 8, 2010
By Sarah_Jayne on April 17, 2010
"I was making up a box of sugar free pudding and spotted the bottle of creme de menthe on the shelf. It wouldn't let me ignore it and I thought 'hmm, I wonder' and added a bit into the mix. It worked and turned normal chocolate pudding into something lush tasting. I could see it being the base of easy 'grown up' parfaits and that..."
Prep Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
By MNLisaB on January 11, 2010
By Chef #545970 on August 5, 2009
By French Tart on July 22, 2009
"This is a wonderful, light summery dessert, which never fails to please my guests, as well as my family and friends! Fresh peaches are soaked in sweet Sauternes with angelica leaves and lavender flowers tucked amongst them. Angelica is an interesting, aromatic tasting herb, and although I normally only use the stems to candy or crystallise (Recipe..."
Ingredients: creme fraiche, lavender...
Prep Time: 4 hrs
Total Time: 4 hrs
By lauralie41 on July 5, 2009