Chilled coconut milk and honeydew with an infusion of mint and melon liqueur makes a delightful start to a meal. Served in a chilled small soup cup and garnished with a sprig of peppermint. Every time it gets wows! Volume varies with the size of the melon. I use 5-ounce servings.
This is one of the best ways to eat cranberries! It's sweet, crunchy, and a bit tart. Even the kids like this one. We've had to start making a double batch! When short on time we have combined the fruit and marshmallows the night before serving, and added the gelatin, whipped cream, and walnuts in the morning.
This is a healthy favorite smoothie with strawberry and banana flavors.
A simple modification to plain peanut butter boosts its flavor and nutritional value.
Mandarin oranges, gelatin, and vanilla pudding combined to make a light fluffy dessert.
This Filipino version of fruit salad, modified from Auntie Josie's recipe, infuses a condensed milk cream coating with a mixture of canned and exotic fruits.
Mix of fruit and nuts blended in a sea of Cool Whip. I am still experimenting with this recipe, check back to see of there is any thing new!
This recipe is ideal for those whose stomachs cannot handle balsamic vinegars - like mine! The cranberry and cider vinegar compliment lighter main course meals. Please note the overnight storage in steps 1 and 2 is optional, but the longer the oil and vinegar sit in the fridge, the better the flavors combine.
This isn't strictly a chutney, but it's a great topping for schnitzel (fried chicken cutlet)! Adds a sweet and spicy flavor.
Incredible taste combination of tangy dressing over sweet pears, smokey bacon, crisp nuts, and good-for-you spinach.
Salad Dressing fit for the finest occasions, family or guests. Roquefort or Blue Cheese salad dressing without mayonnaise and is great as a hot chicken wing dip or a vegetable dip. A must taste on sourdough French bread
A refreshing, tangy coleslaw. This is my best attempt at recreating a popular local restaurant's recipe.
Delicious, delicious, delicious. Tastes just like a banana split from an ice cream shop.
Try it.., and you'll love it!!!
I have made this using different flavors of Jell-O(R) and yogurt. The lemon is real good if you add some zest and a little juice. Try orange flavor with some orange pieces mixed in or use your imagination to come up with different flavors. I always make my own graham cracker crust and sometimes have used half graham crackers and half Ritz(R) crackers. You can also use a short bread crust.
Turn a couple different ingredients into a yummy layered dessert!
Six ingredients, no baking!! Great way to use up extra bananas.
An easy refrigerator pie.
Serves 2 as a main meal or 4 as a starter.
For those hot days when you need to be refreshed, have a refreshing fruit salad to cool you off. This fruity mix is a sure delight. Kids love it and so do the adults. Have it with some fish and wine. The fresher the ingredients, the better. Enjoy my family’s creation.