Rice Pudding with Pears is a great combination. Nice for dessert or for breakfast.
This comes from friend at Land Yacht Harbor in Naples, FL. Thanks, Chris, for a great tasting and healthy dessert.
This is so easy and yummy, too. You can serve it either in pie shell or solo as pudding like dessert!
This is one of our Food for Life desserts, packed with Vitamin C, potassium and antioxidants. It's light and refreshing, and can be served as dessert or fruit salad on greens.
This every now and then treat was shared by one of our Food for Life participants. Delectable!
This dessert, from PCRM's Cancer Survivor's Guide, also makes a tasty, hearty breakfast treat.
Craving for chocolate ice cream? Delight in this quick, easy, and heart healthy dessert WITHOUT the cholesterol and saturated fat from Elsie!
My friend and helper with our Food for Life classes, Karen S., shared this recipe.
A nice bit of dark chocolate - 'every now and then' - is a satisfying treat, and loaded with some helpful antioxidants.
This comes from our Food for Life Program Manual for Cancer Prevention and Survival.
Pumpkin is a rich source of beta-carotene, a regarded cancer fighting antioxidant, important for cancer prevention and survival. This is a no-fat recipe, unless you use a pie crust. You can prepare this in a 9 x 9 baking pan or double the recipe for a large crowd and serve in a 9 x 13 baking pan.
This is an Autumn favorite. Pears, raisins, spices, oats......colors and aroma of Fall. Besides such delights, this dessert gives you 1/4 of your day's fiber. Now that's a healing and winning combo!
A light, fruity any season dessert.
This dessert is definitely not fat free, BUT for a once a year special occasion, it's a lovely treat.
Easy, delicious, and takes minutes to prepare.......for each version.
This is just too good for words. I adapted this from a recipe I found online.
Apricot Lemon Scones
Thanks to a Green Nosher for this tasty recipe. Everyone loved it! Hubby raved and, being from No. Ireland, he's a 'scone expert'!
From Bryanna Clark Grogan's, "Nonna's Italian Kitchen"
This recipe is from the Cancer Project - chock full of nutritious berries and tofu.
I've referred to Jennifer Reilly, RD many times in my classes. She's a cookbook author and registered dietician extraordinaire! Her recent bookbook, "The Skinny Dish", commissioned by Trader Joe's, is outstanding. This recipe comes from her blog. You won't believe how wonderful this is. Can't get your kids/grandkids to eat beans? They'll never know.
Thanks to Karen, my Food for Life volunteer, extraordinaire, who shared this tasty treat with class participants.
This dessert recipe - compliments of Whole Foods Market, AND one of our
cooking class participants, Naples, FL.
This recipe is from my mom who created it after watching the "Galloping Gourmet". Remember him? One of T.V.'s first cooking shows.
A little bit of the Florida Keys. Ooooh, taste that lime!