simple but sexy. this was in my local newspaper's food section. cook time reflects refrigeration time. i've been asked several times if this should be baked. just to clarify, no, it is not, it is a refrigerator dessert. i'm not sure why it contains raw
i first tasted these light, crunchy, twist on grapes at a mother/daughter tea. they are absolutely wonderful and they make very pretty garnishes!
we named this smoothie the "creamsicle" smoothie, because to us, it's tastes just like a creamsicle. so good!
from a jamba juice in chicago via the abc7 recipes.
use all the left overs from past desserts.
serve it liberally on pancakes, ice creams or just have a spoonful of it any time!
a neat idea for gift giving or for those special occasions where you want to "dress up" plain old chocolate covered strawberries. very easy and relatively inexpensive, especially compared to the store-bought ones. **yield stated below depends on how
this is my grandmother's family recipe that my mom makes every thanksgiving and we gobble it up. i am very picky so and i love this it is so different.
no you're not seeing stars yet! kidding aside this is a really good punch. i brought this to work and it did disappear. it's fruity! has lots of cheer! you can add more if you want. or just skip it! booze that is! and i raise my glass to a healthy new yea
if you like berries, and light desserts, then try this. its a light spring/summer dessert my teacher gave me... i like to freeze the remaining 1 cup of berries and instead of garnishing the loaf with it, i pour some whipping cream on it as a nice side d
i was craving blueberry tonight but wanted none of the calories...so i reached for my protein-rich friend, friendship cottage cheese! cottage cheese is rough on its own and makes you think it's another misery-inducing diet food. well, it doesn't have to b
company was coming and i wanted something easy, quick, yet nice for dessert and came up with this recipe. it was raved over. you may make it in a bowl like a trifle or free standing on a plate. if you assemble it on a plate, stick four bamboo skewers thro
recipe taken from a newspaper clipping dated 1937
i needed a delicious sugary fix and fast and as i'm suffering a bit a of a cold/flu virus as i type this, and much to my extreme irritation i can hardly taste anything :( i guess my body needs extra energy to fight off the infection - well this will cert
i've been making this punch for years. i wish i had a dollar for every time someone asks for the receipe and then thinks that i'm truly keeping it a secret because they cant believe it only has 2 ingredients. it is the easiest, most light and refreshing
this is a great recipe i adapted from the joy of cooking.
from tempting desserts, this sounds simple and like it would be a real kid pleaser.
a simple yet wonderful summertime treat that is much more flavorful than plain old regular jell-o. definitely company worthy. we have made this many times using different flavors of jell-o, and berry and grape work the absolute best. time does not include
there are a few recipes like this one, but each has something a little different than mine. my family happens to love this recipe the way i make it, so i wanted to share it with all of you. great dessert for a kid's party. let the kids help you make this
a really good jam recipe that i got from a family friend
strawberry jello red, rhubarb green and the pineapple yellow = a pretty jar of marmalade. a jar of this makes a nice little gift.
my interpretation of lemon blueberry streusel cake ( # 95261) which was a variation of raspberry rhapsody chocolate streusel cake ( #94465). the resulting texture is dense; somewhere between a pound cake and a muffin; defintely not a light airy cake. th
cooking time includes chilling overnight and setting time for the topping. i adjusted several cheesecake recipes to be used with a 4 or 4 1/2 inch springform cheesecake pan. these small cheesecakes are great for those who cannot finish off a large cheesec
i love recipes like this! the vanilla chips are creamy and combine well with the raspberry! it is just perfect for any occasion! 8)
this is a light and delicious dessert for the 4th of july. my husband's grandmother makes this every year for the family.
this is quick and easy and very festive to make just before a party or picnic. for ultimate freshness, prepare this treat right before serving. present it with toothpicks for spearing the fruit and a bowl of your favorite dip, if desired. one variation i
this simple, yummy recipe filled with fruit that is perfectly ripe right now, appeared in our local paper this week. pretty, refreshing, and very patriotic looking.
i found this in my mothers recipe collection.i had to post it.never seen anything like this.i will be making this very soon! 8)
a healthier version of your standard cranberry sauce from www.prevention.com.
i haven't made this yet. this is one of those i found at another web site. it sounds so easy and yummy. i decided to post it because it was cluttering up my kitchen counter and i thought it had a better chance of being made if it were posted.
instant ice cream. this is a wonderful dessert if friends drop by.
an easy and very light christmas pudding - for those that dislike the heavy dark puddings. however, this still has all the traditional christmas pudding ingredients, but it is served with a delicious butterscotch sauce for a decadent twist! moreover, all
eight minutes is all you'll need to make this sweet and tangy strawberry cheesecake.
this salad combines fresh spinach with strawberries, bananas, walnuts and raspberry dressing. not like the bacon grease dressing type spinach salad...an altogether different experience. very tasty!
using frozen strawberries, this recipe is easy to prepare. from www.oregonstrawberries.org
you pick the name! this wonderful drink we made for christmas using cranberry liqueur by eebrag recipe #103136. i'm not sure if the stores have any cranberry liqueur for sale if they do give it a try if you can't wait to make the liqueur by eebrag. this w
luscious fresh strawberries nestle amongst light sponge cake sandwiched with strawberry jam, which are then covered with creamy custard and topped with clotted cream. simple! this trifle may be simple but it is the star on any tea-time or dessert table an
i heard a lot about raspberry iced tea during zwt6. when the dust settled, i went in search. while they all look great, i only have loose tea and earl grey bagged to take to work. so i started experimenting (uh oh). i used green tea because i though
i could eat millions of these smoothies you haven't lived until you tried one of these.
this method is quick, easy and versatile. use any berries you like.
easy - quick - sweet but not too sweet - tangy but not too tangy - a little different from most cranberry relishes - kids love it - can't remember where it came from anymore ... been making it for years !
twist on the indian classic drink, this sweet and aromatic lassi is a sure shot ‘beat the heat’ drink! the fresh strawberries celebrate the summer and rose water adds to the uniqueness.
serve this at your next dinner party and you'll have a hit. very pretty drink with the raspberries in the bottom of the glass.
i decided to create this as an afternoon pick me up. its made from ingredients i had on hand. *note: cooking time is blending time.
as a lark and a nice afternoon snack i decided to create this fruit smoothie as i wanted a non caffeinated pick me up. *note: no cooking time.
this is being posted for zwt ii & my recipe source is epicurean.com who acknowledged their source as "a taste of acadie", by marielle cormier-boudreau. (time does not include time for pie pastry to cool)
adam says, “cranberry sauce is the unsung hero of thanksgiving…it bridges the gap between all other foods” here is the recipe he used to give out on the air every thanksgiving. this differs from the recipe on the ocean spray cranberry bag because it call
my source for this unique salsa is allrecipes.com & i admit to renaming it for pers reasons. it was posted by hechicera & the intro said "this delicious salsa is perfect served w/grilled chicken or pork. you can try diff fruit variations including pineapp
from my aunt alta's recipe box, this was from an old newspaper clipping. if you don't have leftover sweet potatoes, you can mash up some freshly cooked ones or mash some drained canned ones. remove any marshmallow toppings if you are using leftovers. note
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