Like what you see? Sign up for my monthly newsletter by clicking here! This last weekend for Easter I decided I really wanted some sort of fruit dish for breakfast. So I used one of the bases for my Oreo trifle recipe (*HERE and HERE) and made a new and easy Banana Cheesecake Fruit Trifle …
This was a HUGE hit. Some of my guests were visibly uspet when it disappeared so quickly that all they got was a spoonful. making this again for my parents birthday on 3/4/12. I even bought two of these special trifle bowls at Bed Bath and Beyond and I know I will get a lot of use out of them.
Creamy Fruit Dip---my mother is the original author of this recipe, and it is so good! Easy to make all you need is cream cheese, orange juice concentrate and marshmallow creme (and of course fruit!) Bon Appetit Mes Amies!
Spanakopita is a great addition for any party, especially if you have some veggie lovers in the room. This classic Greek dish features seasoned spinach, cream cheese & feta cheese and is made simple by using store-bought Puff Pastry sheets. No need to butter layers with this recipe! They bake in just 25 minutes to a gorgeous golden brown, so you can have fun at your party instead of being stuck in the kitchen! Try making them for your next gathering!
Since it’s pumpkin season, I thought I’d hit some of the classics. This is one I’ve made several times and has pretty much become standard issue for my family during the holidays. Sure you can go do a pumpkin cheesecake straight up, or you can do this Maple Pumpkin Cheesecake with a brulee top. The [...]