I seriously though I already posted this recipe. I came back to look for it to show a friend, who’s Christmas party I am think if bringing this to, and when I couldn’t find it I realized my oversight. I am now correcting this. So without further ado…
- 1 Angel Food Cake, cut into 1″x1″ cubes
- 1 large can Cherry Pie Filling
- 1.5 Cups Lemon Curd (from the jar is fine, or make your own)
- 2 Cups Heavy Cream
- Use an electric mixer with a whisk attachment to whip heavy cream until soft peeks form.
- In a trifle bowl begin with a layer of Angel Food Cake cubes.
- Over the cubes, spoon in ⅓ of the cherry pie filling, spreading out to cover the cake.
- Over the cherry pie filling, spread ⅓ of the whipped cream, sealing the layer of cherries below.
- Next spread ⅓ of the lemon curd out over the whipped cream.
- Repeat until you are out of ingredients and/or your trifle bowl is full
- Chill until ready to serve.
Photo by Marg of Cayman Designs
It’s a known fact, smaller = more cute. It’s just one of those laws a nature like gravity, conservation of mass, and always getting stuck in traffic when you really need to pee. I saw a can of pineapple rings in my pantry over the weekend and was struck with the idea of Pineapple Upside-down Cake, but almost immediately on the heels of that though came it idea to miniaturize it into cupcakes. Now, I think new and original ideas are a dying species, so I wasn’t surprised to see after a quick check of the Googles, that there are lots of other people who’ve thought about shrinking this awesome dessert too!
Here are 6 of the most delicious looking recipes for Pineapple Upside-down Cupcakes I found. This will be next on my baking list, right after I make some patriotic cupcakes for Independence Day this weekend. Stay tuned for more on that later.
I have been looking for a good cheesecake recipe for several months now, and this one makes my mouth water just looking at it. I have been intimidated by the idea of making a homemade cheesecake, so complex and so many flavor options. It also seems to me people are very opinionated about cheesecakes, they either love ‘em or hate ‘em. My sweetie is a huge cheesecake lover and I really want to make something he will want to rave about.
I also like the no-can approach taken with this. In an attempt to cook healthier, I am trying to cut back, if not eliminate, processed foods from my cooking. This has meant more work on my part, but I feel better eating things that I know exactly where every single item in the dish came from. It has it’s pros and cons, but I am going to try and stick with it for a while and see if I can feel a measurable benifit. But enough with the chatting, on to the yummy stuff!
Doesn’t that simply look mouthwatering!! If I do find time to give this a try, I will be sure to post and let you know the results! If you try this, please let me know how it goes and, most importantly, how it tastes!