Content tagged with “Desserts, other” (Page 4)
Yogurt replaces most of the whipped cream of a traditional fool, and rosewater imparts a delicate hint of fragrance.
Grand Marnier Soufflé
A triple hit of orange—from marmalade, zest and liqueur—infuses this light souffle with warm citrus flavor.
Holiday Sugar Cookies
These festive sugar cookies are proof that you can add whole-wheat flour to a baked good without anyone ever knowing it...
An amazing creation, our creamless Crème Brulée is every bit as delectable as its full-fat counterpart.
Peach & Blueberry Cobbler
This is a healthier version of a traditional cobbler, with canola oil in place of some of the butter and whole-wheat...
Classic whoopie pies combine a creamy filling sandwiched between cakey chocolate cookies. Some are filled with a...
Wheat Berry Pudding
Here, wheat berries are cooked with maple-sweetened, spiced milk to make a homey pudding. Try it for dessert or even...
A traditional Southern favorite, spoonbread is a typically savory dish that's like a cross between a soufflé and...
The traditional cookie for Purim, hamantashen is Yiddish for "Haman's pockets." They are meant to recall...
Ginger, which can be traced as far back as the first century A.D., is an ancient culinary staple. Honor its tradition...
Instead of cantaloupe, you may also use Persian, Crenshaw or casaba melon in this refreshing ginger-infused soup.
Orange zest and crystallized ginger add balance to this tangy rhubarb jam.
Choose the reddest rhubarb stalks you can find for this fool.
Cherry-Fig Tea Loaf
Brew some of your favorite tea and pause to enjoy this cherry-fig quick bread.
Creamy Lemon Mousse
The tangy essence of fresh lemon juice and lemon zest in this light and fluffy mousse will brighten up even the darkest...
These lemon cookies are made healthier with whole-wheat pastry flour and they get their zippy flavor from fresh lemon...
These updated lemon squares are sure to be the hit of any picnic or potluck. We've improved the shortbread crust...