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.
Too Good to be Low Fat Chocolate Orange Blancmange
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.
Four Berry Parfait
This child-friendly parfait can serve as breakfast, dessert or even a snack. It’s no-cook, so even the youngest toddler can help make it. Not for kids with allergies to nuts.
This cold dessert soup can also be used as a sit down first course- very refreshing in the summertime. Thanks to the use of our always-ripe frozen strawberries, you can make it year round.
Dulce de Leche Cake
This PC version of South American tres leches cake, which means three milks cake, contains the traditional evaporated milk, sweetened condensed milk and cream, as well as a dulce de leche topping. The rum is traditional, but optional.
A decadent treat that’s easier to make at home than you might think. Warning- it is messy!
Whipped Berry Yogurt Snow
This is a nice light dessert even the kids will enjoy. Plan to make it the day before serving, as it takes a while to set in the refrigerator. Yogurt is rich in potassium, an important factor in controlling blood pressure.
Chocolate Pots de Creme
Pot de crème is a barely set, creamy French custard served in small dishes. Traditionally it is thickened with eggs and baked in a water bath, but we’ve “cheated” by using Devon custard, eliminating the baking step.
Holiday Truffle Fudge
This cross between fudge and a chocolate truffle is pretty on a dessert tray, and makes a great gift.
Luscious No Bake Chocolate Tart
Who wants to turn the oven on when the temperature is sizzling hot? Not us, and we’re sure you don’t either!