I'm looking for some different things to cook.
Has anyone got any recipe's they'd like to share here.
Ok then. This is basically a throw it together recipe...I call it a trifle bc it is layered but is definitely not a proper trifle. You can alter it to your own tastes or what's fresh or on sale. I find making it the night before works best but you can make it & serve it but the more it sits together the more the flavor combines. The other reason I make this is bc it is a healthy snack for JB.
Take pound cake or angel food cake (I usually look at our bakery for day old bc they drastically reduce these) and cut it into 1 inch pieces. Don't worry about specifics bc any size will work. You will then need a large container of your favorite Greek yogurt/yogurt or even pudding & then some fresh fruit cut into bite size pieces. We usually use berries bc they are easy & popular. We layer these main ingredients repeating as much as the serving bowl will allow. Begin with the cake followed by the yogurt & finally the fruit.
We mix it up some times by adding some slivered almonds or granola. Also depending on the yogurt & personal tastes I sometimes sprinkle raw sugar across the berries on each layer. Out of season fruit doesn't tend to be sweet enough for my baby. When plating I place a dollop of whipped cream on each portion or on the final layer if placing the entire bowl out. This recipe is just a base you can do tons with it. Hope you enjoy.
I guess I could possibly share my "world famous" meatloaf, mac&Cheese and French Onion soup recipes if anyone might be interested. :smug:
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We have a luscious pernil recipe, Wendy. It results in pulled pork without the smokey flavor. We aren't real fans of smoke. Anyway, if you are interested, I'll put the recipe here. It uses a fresh ham, or a pork shoulder if preferred. We've done both with equally good results.