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Aside from the thorns, I love berry picking and I pick many a pail full for fresh eating, jam, syrup, pies, and berry toppings. This recipe can be made as a whole dessert in a low casserole or pie plate, or baked in individual serving dishes. The fresher the berries, the better the cobbler!
Mennonite Girls Can Cook
This gluten-free berry crumble is featured in my book UnDiet -- called the All Season Fruit Crumble for the very awesome reason that you can literally use whatever fruit is in season to make this -- berries, peaches, pears, apples... (Please refrain from experimenting with watermelons.)
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The publicist for our cookbook, took us out to a Mennonite restaurant in Elmira. I so much enjoyed the apple dumplings they served, that Ellen offered to get me her mom's recipe -- similar, but made with a cinnamon spice sauce, instead of caramel.
Banana Split Slice was a favourite dessert of ours decades ago. I've switched it up a little and it now has a cream cheese layer. The maraschino cherry on top has been replaced by strawberries. Those who sampled my updated version of the old favourite gave it a thumbs up.
Julie from Mennonite Girls Can Cook follows a the gluten-free diet. This is my husband's favourite square with an explosion of flavour that makes people ask, "What's in here?" This square is sweet but not too sweet with a light crumb base and optional icing.
Dense rich chocolate cheese is the base for a tasty strawberry layer so that each bite contains complementary flavours. This is a perfect make-ahead dessert for family and friends.Chocolate and Strawb...
Cinnamon and sugar go hand in hand and here it is used to complement tantalizing pastry "fries." These would be a perfect snack for home movie night or a kids’ sleep-over.Cinnamon and Sugar FriesFor a...
A light and creamy dessert made with the goodness of avocados and speckled with cool bursts of sweet raspberries — you have never tasted a dessert like this before.Raspberry Semifreddo3 egg whites250...