3 ingredients! I discovered this incredible alternative to dairy ice cream from domesticfits.com. So simple to put together and freeze quickly in an ice cream maker. You will not miss the eggs or cream. This recipe is wonderfully creamy and full of chocolate flavor.
This is a wonderful dish that serves well as a main dish, or could easily be served as a side. Full of flavors of the southwest and deliciously eaten using flour or corn tortillas, if desired. I discovered this recipe in Vegan Cooking for Carnivores by Roberto Martin.
If you enjoy the corn salsa served at Chipotle's Restaurant, you are going to love this recipe. Serve this salsa with your Mexican dishes, or as an accompaniment to Tortilla Chips. You can use fresh corn cut off the cob, or frozen sweet corn, defrosted and drained well. I discovered this recipe at How Sweet It Is.
Who says you have to add dairy to make a smoothie? Make this delicious ready to go smoothie in a flash using all fresh fruit! The blackberries give this smoothie its delicious color, the bananas make it thick and rich!
I love blueberries and Blueberry Buckle is a favorite for sure! Be sure to serve fresh from the oven with ice cream or whipped cream. Allowed to cool over 12 hours, the buckle will become mushy. Note: If using frozen berries, be sure to use them frozen, not defrosted. I discovered this recipe at King Arthur's Flour.
To satisfy your peanut butter cravings, give these wonderful peanut butter cupcakes a try! Feel free to add semi-sweet chocolate chips or chopped up Reese' Peanut Butter Cups and/or top with your favorite chocolate frosting to make it your own! I discovered this recipe on Allrecipes.
This light and delicate square layer chocolate cake is loaded with an ultra creamy milk chocolate icing. Be sure to use cake flour, not all-purpose, to give your cake its delicate texture. Instead of slicing into squares, I prefer to slice vertically down the center, then cut slices horizontally about 1 inch apiece. I found this recipe in Food an Wine magazine. Cook time also reflects cooling time.
Sound a little peculiar ? You won't think so once you taste this creamy lime beverage made of lime sherbet and evaporated milk. Add as much tequila to your taste, or eliminate completely for younger individuals. Cheers!
What a cheery way to begin the holidays! Garnish with a candy cane, maraschino cherry and slices of orange for a festive presentation. Discovered in the December 2007 edition of Southern Living Magazine.
The suggestion is to use raspberry jam, but I imagine you could substitute any flavor jam of your preference. This cake has a beautiful crunchy crumb topping and along with the jam layer, it makes a pretty presentation. From Gourmet Magazine, December 2007.