Content tagged with “Dessert” (Page 32)
Lemon Sponge Pudding
A perennial favorite, this lemony sponge pudding has been lightened by using low-fat milk and fewer egg yolks.
Angel food cake is layered with candied fruit and ricotta cheese in this traditional Sicilian Christmas cake.
Your favorite combination of dried fruit makes these fruitcake slices special.
This custard-based version of eggnog cooks the eggs, making any concerns of food-borne illness a thing of the past!
Hailing from Germany, this fruit-filled bread is traditionally served at Christmastime.
Dried Fruit Cake
A very thin slice of this dark fig and nut cake, redolent of orange zest, cinnamon and nutmeg, is all you need at the...
Bite into an Apricot Jewel and discover a rum-soaked cherry in the middle.
Kumquats in Vanilla Syrup
The flesh, rind and seeds of kumquats are edible. Although the preserves are delicious on their own as a simple dessert...
Candied Grapefruit Peels
A fine cup of coffee and two or three of these bittersweet confections make a fitting conclusion to a holiday meal. The...
Brandied Prunes with Orange
Moist, plump prunes work best here. Serve with roast pork or game, or use as a stuffing for pork tenderloin.
This classic orange marmalade is a pretty gift for the holidays.
Mandelbrot is Yiddish for almond bread, and the almond-rich dough in this recipe is shaped like a loaf and baked. Like...
Brandy, molasses, ginger and cinnamon add great flavor to these cookie cups. Fill them with sorbet or frozen yogurt for...
A simple, low-fat and—best of all—fast chocolate cake that is moist and dense.
Try this orange-flavored caramel sauce as a graceful finish to poached pears, profiteroles or frozen yogurt.
With a fraction of the fat, this lighter pumpkin pie has the rich, subtle spices of the classic and a delicate, faintly...
Gingery flavor and a subtle lemon note make these crisp cookies perfect with tea. They also make great ââdunking...
Draining the yogurt results in a thick, rich texture. Fresh blueberries and lime are the perfect additions.