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this is from the wonderful book "vice cream: over 70 delicious dairy-free desserts" by jeff rogers. i have modified it to reduce sugar, but it tastes every bit as "sinful" on a warm slice of fall fruit pie!
mashed bananas adds more than just flavor to this cake--it also keeps the layers moist. i found this recipe on aol.com/food/ while i was surfing around. this looked very interesting and it turned out so beautifully. it tastes great too! it uses coconut wh
bougatsa is a custard-filled pastry popular throughout greece. it is a semolina-based custard layered in-between sheets of flaky, buttery filo. this version is the 'lazy woman's' (homecooking in greece is nearly always cooked by mom) because it cuts out
from healthycooking.com. with a few modifications and substitutions. both crock pot and oven cooking methods are given. other dried fruit can be substituted such as dried dates, figs, raisins, etc. depending on how rich you want the pudding, half and hal
there are a few recipes out there for these, but i don't really like bleu cheese, so this recipe uses cream cheese. a nice combination of hot and cool flavors!! you can even used leftover chicken or rotisserie chicken.
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