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(Readers' Digest)   20 make-ahead desserts for spring. Don't worry, you can probably still wait a few weeks before you make them   (readersdigest.ca) divider line
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2021-03-02 8:02:03 AM  
Most of those desserts were more suited to summer than spring.

We're not doing it this  year, but  during  spring, this household used to make a trio of cupcakes to share during coffee and tea time after worship: lavender, lemon, rose. The lavender and rose extracts require an extremely light hand. We could make two dozen of each and every last one of them would be eaten up in an hour.
 
2021-03-02 8:18:09 AM  

Bruscar: Most of those desserts were more suited to summer than spring.

We're not doing it this  year, but  during  spring, this household used to make a trio of cupcakes to share during coffee and tea time after worship: lavender, lemon, rose. The lavender and rose extracts require an extremely light hand. We could make two dozen of each and every last one of them would be eaten up in an hour.


You do realize I can place you under citizen's arrest for not posting the recipe.
 
2021-03-02 8:24:33 AM  
That limoncello tiramisu looks great, definitely keeping that in mind for an easter dessert.
 
2021-03-02 9:27:56 AM  

Hell Poodle: That limoncello tiramisu looks great, definitely keeping that in mind for an easter dessert.


The "Bird Nests", on the other hand, should be killed with fire.

Just be warned - this is a Readers'  Digest collection of "recipes," which means about half of them are "how to use whipped cream & Nilla Wafers to assemble a mouse, fool, or cheesecake facsimile."

That being said, the limoncello tiramisu & Grand Marnier frozen souffles look like fun.
 
2021-03-02 9:28:22 AM  
*mousse - but, damn, "mouse" is funnier...
 
2021-03-02 11:28:50 AM  

FormlessOne: Hell Poodle: That limoncello tiramisu looks great, definitely keeping that in mind for an easter dessert.

The "Bird Nests", on the other hand, should be killed with fire.

Just be warned - this is a Readers'  Digest collection of "recipes," which means about half of them are "how to use whipped cream & Nilla Wafers to assemble a mouse, fool, or cheesecake facsimile."

That being said, the limoncello tiramisu & Grand Marnier frozen souffles look like fun.


Good point, probably about as legit as those content farm "recipes".
 
2021-03-02 12:12:37 PM  

Bruscar: Most of those desserts were more suited to summer than spring.

We're not doing it this  year, but  during  spring, this household used to make a trio of cupcakes to share during coffee and tea time after worship: lavender, lemon, rose. The lavender and rose extracts require an extremely light hand. We could make two dozen of each and every last one of them would be eaten up in an hour.


We have wild roses everywhere and made a big batch of rosewater last year. I too would like a recipe.
 
2021-03-02 12:51:15 PM  

FormlessOne: The "Bird Nests", on the other hand, should be killed with fire.


Ha, came here for this.  The list wasn't too bad, with a mix of "meh" to "damn that looks good" right until I got to that Bird Nest monstrosity.
 
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