We needed a dessert anyway, so I got to work. First, really wanting to avoid heating
Here's a cool pie for those hot days. This time the crust's made of pretzels! You crush them and blend with butter and sugar for an easy press-in pastry that's both sweet and salty, and only takes a few minutes to bake. Next comes a layer of ganache -- if you're not familiar with that, it's a simple filling made with two parts chocolate to one part cream. Just heat the cream, pour it over the chocolate, and stir till smooth. Finally there's a rich peanut butter-based filling, which you can even garnish with peanut
Putting glass baking dishes like Pyrex or Anchor Hocking under the broiler is definitely not recommended; the manufacturers tell you so. However, don't confuse glass with porcelain or terracotta, both of which are made of clay. Their qualities differ, and both of those can take the heat of a broiler. The predominant material of choice is
For a minute there, I thought you were asking about making gelatin, not jelled desserts, from scratch. Then I realized you meant making a Jello equivalent, which is whole lot simpler! Making gelatin can be done, but it's a lengthy, somewhat messy, process. Making homemade Jello is easy.
This special dessert takes some time and planning, but it features what has got to be the easiest homemade pie crust ever baked (at just 10 minutes' oven time, it won't heat up the kitchen too much either). And it's just what you need to cool down on a hot summer night. Plain old vanilla ice cream gets blended with fresh fruit for three layers of flavor. Pettigru Place Bed & Breakfast, in Greenville, South Carolina, is the original home of this recipe. They offer you a peaceful English garden within walking distance
As I wrote earlier, you can
I've seen this cake – didn't it originally come from an advertisement? It's perfect for any patriotic occasion, and with July 4th coming up, what a great dessert for a cookout. Of course, it's hot in July; and using whipped topping makes
There are specific ratios for the amount of liquid ingredients a certain number of eggs will set. When we learned