These parfaits have layers of pound cake, strawberry mousse and real strawberries. It is topped with whipped cream for a light and fun summertime dessert.
Pure heaven as is, but you may want to serve with ice cream or whipped cream to accentuate and cut the richness.
Serve strawberries and cream up in a champagne flute for a fancy looking dessert that is super easy to make.
This is an old-fashioned cornstarch pudding with a mellow flavor, adapted from Fannie Farmer’s 1896 Cook Book.
Try this combination of chocolate and raspberries to satisfy your urge for something sweet without loading up on fat. By using reduced-fat (Neufchatel) cream cheese and lowfat milk, you can serve up the pleasures of homemade pudding AND cheesecake without all the fuss. Ready in minutes, just refrigerate to chill.
Thanks to Akasha Richmond’s cookbook, Hollywood Dish, This is a fantastic pudding with all the steps pared down to a minimum. I am certain it will work with regular milk if you are not lactose intolerant. But if you have always been curious about how to make soy taste great – try this recipe!
Adapted from a mid-20th century recipe, I’ve added coffee and good quality chocolate to give this the oomph that modern day chocolate lovers are seeking. Just mix and bake, it’s quite simple and forgiving.
This forms a tender golden crust over a sticky toffee bottom. Scoop out and enjoy.
This is as delectable as key lime pie, but it can be ready in minutes. Be sure to use just the green part of the lime peel, not the bitter white pith underneath. This pudding is best served the day it is made.
This is a traditional Christmas Pudding recipe that is well worth the wait! The combination of spices and dried fruit won’t disappoint and make the pudding well worth the wait.
This coconut milk pudding is easy to make and sets in just 2 hours. You can garnish it with tropic fruit such as pineapple, mango, papaya or banana.
You’ll enjoy this steamed pudding made with fresh or frozen cranberries. It should be served warm and topped with a creamy butter-rum sauce.