My husband loves raspberries, and this is one of his favorite desserts. I often make it as a birthday cake for him. The recipe (like the parfait dessert) can in no way, shape or form be considered a “heart healthy” recipe. But it is delicious! Also good with cherry pie filling instead of raspberry.
Children love the Easter Bunny and this Easter Bunny cake is sure to delight all of the children at your Easter dinner. Or — consider making it as a treat for Grandma or Grandpa or Great-grandma or Great-grandpa.
2 tablespoons water
4 cups rhubarb (cut up)
2 cups sugar
3 tablespoons cornstarch
a pinch of salt
1/2 cup milk
This recipe is not especially heart-healthy — or any kind of healthy. But, if you are looking for a sumptuous dessert (maybe to serve for a special occasion) that is “Died and Gone to Heaven” good, this is it.
Low-Fat Alternative: you can make a lower-fat version of this recipe using low-fat cream cheese, low-fat topping, and use skim milk with the instant pudding.
If you love cinnamon rolls but do not have the time or the inclination to make traditional cinnamon rolls with dough that has to raise twice before the cinnamon rolls are baked, try this easy variation.