|by Jacques Joubert|
Anyone who has experienced fine French cooking knows that no meal is complete without its frozen dessert.
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May be served ... and mayonnaise, add fruit, fold in ... dressing can be frozen in ice cubes. ... and serve over fresh lettuce (don't freeze the lettuce).
Prepare fruit. Any type ... cream mold or frozen fruit bar molds, ... syrup; many other combinations are available. Or serve topped with vanilla ice cream.
In a chilled bowl with chilled beaters whip sour cream until thick and doubled in volume (takes about 5 minutes). In a bowl mix together orange ...
This is a ... It can be frozen in family sized ... 20 minutes before using to soften. When ... freezer containers and freeze. Makes enough for 10-12 servings.
Combine all ingredients and mix well. Rinse a 5-cup ring mold or silicone mold with cold water (do not dry). Pour mixture into mold. Freeze for at ...
Combine cottage cheese, salt, fruits, nuts and ... cottage cheese and fruit mixture. Divide into 2 refrigerator trays and freeze until firm. Serves 8 to 10.
Begin preparation at ... 1-1/4 cups of fruit. Spoon mixture ... (per serving made using strawberries): 89.91 calories, ... 18.98mg Vitamin C, 0.41IU Vitamin D.
Pour pineapple juice over bananas then drain. Mix all ingredients and freeze.
Boil water and sugar. Let cool to warm. Add orange juice and strawberries to thaw. Add remaining ingredients. Freeze. Serve slushy. May re-freeze. ...
Melt butter in ... dessert bowls, arrange kiwi fruit and strawberries. Top with frozen yogurt. Spoon warm fruit-honey mixture over all. Makes 4 servings.
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