|Little Caribbean Cookbook|
|by Jill Hamilton|
Drawn from cuisines around the world, the essence of traditional Caribbean cuisine lies in its seasonings of fresh herbs, spices, and hot peppers.
Results 1 - 10 of 149 for peaches delight
Spray counter lightly ... smooth; fold in whipped topping. Spread evenly over cooled crust and top with peaches. Sprinkle lightly with nutmeg, if desired.
Combine tapioca, lemon ... stand while preparing peaches. Add peaches ... pie crust. Pour peach filling into crust ... serving; serve warm. Makes 8 servings.
Mix together and ... medium heat until thick and clear; cool completely. Pour over peaches and refrigerate. Flavor is better if allowed to set overnight.
Preheat oven to ... For filling, combine peaches, sugar, tapioca ... minutes. Remove foil and bake 5 minutes more. Serve barely warm or at room temperature.
Combine crumbs, 1/4 ... over crust. Place peaches in 3 rows ... thickened. Remove any remaining ice. Spoon or pour gently over peaches. Chill until firm.
In small Pyrex dish, break up peaches. Add together ... peaches. Add remaining peach juice to topping. ... dish 180 degrees, then cook for remaining time.
Blend together; reserve ... in milk. Add peach syrup. Cook and ... of well drained peaches. Repeat for ... with reserved crumbs. Chill 3 hours or longer.
Mix together flour, ... sugar and spread on cool crust. Cook until clear and thick. Put sliced peaches on top of cool whip mixture. Pour glaze over peaches.
Gently fold cottage cheese, pineapple and dry Jello into prepared whipped cream. Add peaches. Pour into 10 x 13 dish. Refrigerate.
Mix together and ... clear. Pour over peaches and refrigerate. Flavor is better if you let set overnight. Fresh strawberries may be substituted for peaches.
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