Chef John's Peach Pie
Above and beyond beautiful, this lattice design is also very practical. When you're making pie with something like peaches, the relatively open top allows for lots of moisture to evaporate, which helps prevent the dreaded 'watery-pie syndrome.' That's also the reason we boil the excess juices down to a syrup.
Citrus Glazed Banana Squash
If you are not familiar with banana squash, this is a great 'first-timer' recipe to try. Cubed squash is simmered, then glazed in a simple citrus sauce. It is basically foolproof and everyone will love it! Even my kids ate it up. This serves well with chicken, pork and fish.
Mocha Cake V
This is a recipe I received for my wedding. It is so easy to make and I received rave reviews about it.
I'm not sure if you can qualify this as a tart or pie, but fresh mango and blackberries and minimal amounts of sugar make for a delicious summer dessert that looks harder than it is.
No Bake Sugar Free Strawberry Cheesecake
A light and tasty no-bake pie with a creamy filling and bright red berries.
Avocado Lime Cheesecake
I love Mexican food, but Mexican desserts are limited. Flan is great, but not every time. This recipe has real Mexican flavor with avocados and lime. My friends make me make it constantly. It is unique, easy, and fabulous. You must have an ice cream maker.
Key Lime Pie VI
A Key Lime Pie made without sweetened condensed milk. It really enhances the flavor of the lime.
Banana Cream Cheesecake
A friend of mine couldn't make up her mind between banana cream pie and cheesecake for her birthday, so I came up with this rich and creamy concoction. The vanilla cream topping takes a little extra time to make but it really completes the dessert!