I had just prepared Nurse Di's Rhubarb Apple Crumble (which also has maple syrup in the recipe) when i came across this one at Canadian Living Magazines website,hopefully it is as tasty! Use apples that hold their shape well such as Golden delicious, Idared, Granny Smith, Northern Spy.
This recipe has been in my collection for quite some time and i must admit to not actually making it yet.Just waiting for the right occasion! I got it from a Canadian Living magazine where it was submitted by Taunya St. Pierre. It looks quite elegant and would be a stunning dessert for a special occasion or dinner party.Not to mention the taste of the creamy layers of chocolate & vanilla topped with a shiny raspberry glaze! I am sure it would be to die for and well worth the effort.(There are a fair amount of steps,(cooking,cooling, chilling.))I know i am looking forward to putting in the effort for it when the right occasion presents itself!!
I remember liking a gumdrop cake my Mom used to make, I do not have her recipe, so when i saw this one in a magazine i hung onto it,have not made it yet, but it sounds good. Would be nice at Christmas time for the kiddies. The intro to the recipe recommends using sugar coated gumdrops that you can find in the bulk food stores and using only the red, green, white & yellow ones.
This is yummy & a nice change from the usual chocolate, cherry, etc. cheesecakes.The crust is a nice change also from the graham & chocolate ones. A tip that was listed is that you can make this ahead of time, pop it in the freezer,ready to serve for up to 3 months! Store right in the springform pan covered in plastic wrap and just thaw in the refrigerator when ready to use.
This is not your usual macaroni salad....there is no Miracle Whip in this. When i first saw it i was a little put off because of the looks of it, but was sooo surprised when i tasted it!!Glad i did! Tasty & a nice change.(I put 1 day for cook time as this is best made ahead of time,i am guessing on servings also as it depends on the appetites and the venue!)
I found this recipe on the internet and thought it sounded good, and that the presentation would be nice(I have not yet actually made it.) Would probably look nice served in little dessert dishes for a brunch or something.I am not sure of the servings,so i am guessing.
I enjoy this cold salad as a side dish at a summer BBQ or potluck for something a little different. Very inexpensive to make and take along. Better the longer it sits so i try to make it the night before.I am guessing at serving size as it depends on the appetites,I have doubled it before for a larger crowd.The cook time i listed does not include any overnight refrigeration.
I used to teach preschool and had a tropical beach party with my kids,a parent brought us some grenadine to make some little tropical(non-alcoholic of course) drinks. She brought this recipe for "me"!!!!!!