This is an incredibly impressive yet easy dessert to serve to a crowd. Make it the centrepiece of your holiday dessert table.
Dulce de Leche Croquembouche
Too Good to be Low Fat Chocolate Orange Blancmange
A very British dessert, blancmange is usually made from milk, sugar, vanilla and cornstarch resulting in a white (blanc) pudding. Our blancmange may not be very blanc, but it is very delicious and low fat to boot.
Strawberry Dulce de Leche Trifle
Trifle is always a popular holiday dessert- it feeds a crowd and is made well ahead of time, with no last minute preparation. Frozen berries are an economical alternative to the usual fresh berries- and they are always ripe.
Whole Wheat Scones
This low fat treat doesn’t sacrifice flavour for reduced fat. Share with others within a day or so of eating, or freeze, as the lower fat level affects keeping quality.
Oh You Sweet Lovely Fool
Fool hails from England, and traditionally is made from fruit folded into whipped cream. We’ve lightened our pineapple fool by using yogurt.
Cream Cheese Brownie Cupcakes
Enjoy the best of both worlds with this delectable brownie cupcake! Never cook any brownie until the tester comes out clean, or they will be dry- the tester should still be moist or even have a few crumbs clinging to it.
The Cheese Course
North Americans often think of cheese as the pre-dinner appetizer, but for a very European ending to the meal, serve instead of dessert.
Easy Blueberry Danish
Dad and the kids can make this short-cut Danish together while Mom sleeps in!