|by Jacques Joubert|
Anyone who has experienced fine French cooking knows that no meal is complete without its frozen dessert.
1 - 10 of 307 for frozen cherries
Mix juice and ... metal blade, combine cherries and sugar; process ... yogurt. Freeze in ice cream maker according to manufacturer's instructions. Makes 1 qt.
Mix milk with frozen whipped topping. Add pineapple, cherry filling and nuts. Blend evenly. Freeze.
Line a glass loaf pan, bottom only, with waxed paper. In a large bowl, let Cool Whip and cream cheese set out several minutes to soften. Gently cream ...
1. Drain cherries, reserve juice. ... cornstarch mixture into cherry juice. Cook until thick and clear. 3. Add cherries, vinegar, and red food coloring.
Mix all together and freeze in long casserole dish. Cut into squares and can top with a pecan half.
Stir together cream cheese and Cool Whip. Gradually add pie filling. Fold in oranges. Line bottom of a long pan with waxed paper. Pour in cherry ...
Drain fruits and reserve a few cherries and orange sections ... freeze 6 hours or overnight. Unmold and garnish with orange segments and cherries. Serves 8.
Drain fruits and reserve a few cherries and orange segments ... hours or overnight. Unmold and garnish with orange segments and cherries. Makes 8 servings.
Mix cherry pie filling and Eagle Brand milk together. Drain crushed pineapple and mix with ingredients (pie filling and Eagle Brand milk). Mix Cool ...
Mix cream cheese and mayo. Fold in whipped cream (or Cool Whip), pineapple and cherries. Pour into ice cube trays or a loaf pan and freeze.
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