This recipe can be doubled, but if you do, don't double the chocolate chips. Best if eaten in a few days.
Meringue Kisses III
When my brother got married last May, my mother made sure to give his bride a copy of this recipe. Any flavor of gelatin may be used in this recipe. They're light, airy and if you use a citrus flavored gelatin they have a refreshing tang.
This is a Puerto Rican recipe. The meringues are as light as a cloud and not messy, you can make a lot of them, and they have a hint of lemon.
A different take on the lemon bars we all love. I actually prefer them to lemon. This is my favorite bar cookie and I'm asked to bring it when going to a potluck or picnic. The recipe says it serves 36, but you can't eat just one of these delicious, tangy lime bars. You can omit the glaze and sprinkle with powdered sugar if that's your preference.
Spring Lime Tea Cookies
These are light, buttery tea cookies bursting with citrus flavor. Perfect for a spring day.
Fruit Pizza with Marshmallow Fluff
This fruit pizza with marshmallow fluff is made with a tasty sugar cookie crust topped with a creamy spread that is the base for sliced fruit toppings of your choice. Try kiwi and mango slices arranged with different colored grapes!
Fruit Pizza Even Better
Almond extract makes all the difference in this updated version of the traditional fruit pizza. Kiwi makes the topping completely fresh and adds beautiful color. Use low-fat cream cheese for a slightly lighter version. Any clear juice (apple, pear, peach, etc.) may be substituted for the pineapple.
Great with fresh fruit! Use apples, pineapple chunks, grapes, oranges or other fruits of your choice. Have toothpicks available to spear the fruit for dipping. Great for showers or parties!
Fruit Dip with Cream Cheese
A sweet companion to your favorite fresh fruit.
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I found this recipe in a newspaper clipping that my mother saved dated June 10, 1933. A light and fruity sherbet made with orange, lemon, and pineapple juices.
Annie's Fruit Salsa and Cinnamon Chips
Fresh fruit salsa and homemade cinnamon chips — a perfect anytime snack!
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Chef John's Pumpkin Creme Brulee
This is a great seasonal twist on the restaurant classic. The texture is actually closer to a pudding than a classic creme Brulee, and of course, the star of the dish is the crisp sugar top. This is great for your busy holiday schedule since you can make them the day before and then finish the sugar torching before you serve.