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.
Chocolate Banana Pops
Indulge your child’s inner Van Gogh with this paint-and-roll dessert. It also makes a great after-school snack.
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.
Holiday Truffle Fudge
This cross between fudge and a chocolate truffle is pretty on a dessert tray, and makes a great gift.
Lychee Limelight Punch
You can mostly make this exotic punch in advance- just stir in the soda as guests arrive. Hosting a large bridal shower or the annual family reunion? You can easily multiply this recipe by two or three.
Apple and Pear Compote
This versatile compote can be served to baby for breakfast, lunch or dinner, depending on the accompaniments. For a change of pace from cinnamon, try a pinch of ground cardamom or nutmeg.
PC Devon Custard is the base for a quick and easy banana pudding the kids will love.
Chilled Carrot-Orange Soup with Charred Corn Salsa
A carton of orange juice makes light work of this refreshing and colourful soup. Orange and carrots have a natural affinity.
Chocolate Hazelnut Terrine
This delicious terrine has a truffle-like texture and taste, but is simpler to make than truffles. Rather than cutting into slices, you can omit the strawberry sauce, roll the chilled mixture into balls and dust with cocoa powder to serve in paper cups.
Creamy Panna Cotta
Panna Cotta means cooked cream in Italian. Our version is softly set, creamy and luscious. Butterscotch sauce takes it over the top.