Tuesday, 8 November 2011

My new Blog

Hello everybody!
As I'm sure you can tell, I grew detached from this blog, there's only so much speed-food that you can find the recipe for!
And I'm no chef, so I don't tend to spend my time in the kitchen thinking up new ideas, I merely relayed the information to you!

But that aside, I have set up a new blog (no, nothing to do with cooking) simply about my life, and what I get up to... With some amusing pictures thrown in from time to time!

Check it out if you get the time..

Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Ginger-Pear Cheesecake

Hmm, This is different, still… Looks nice..

What You’ll Need:
1 can (14 fl oz/398 mL) pear halves in light syrup, undrained
12 Ginger biscuits, crushed, divided
1/4 cup Light Cream Cheese Spread
1 cup thawed Whipped Cream

What You Have To Do:
1. Drain pears, but reserve 1/4 cup of syrup
2. Slice pears, then set them aside
3. Sprinkle 3/4 of the biscuits crumbs evenly into 4 dessert dishes
4. Mix cream cheese spread and the syrup in a medium bowl
5. Whisk it until well blended
6. stir in the whipped cream
7. Spoon over the crumbs in the dishes
8. Top with bears and remaining biscuit crumbs

Picture of the Ginger-Pear Cheesecake:

Yummy Ginger-Pear Cheesecake

Recipe Found At: http://www.kraftcanada.com/en/recipes/ginger-pear-cheesecake-cups-87744.aspx

Pear Crumble

ooo, everybody loves pear crumble…In 5 minutes though?!

What You’ll Need:
1 can (19fl oz/540ml) pear slices, drained
8 Vanilla wafers, coarsely crushed
1/2 cup thawed whipped topping
1/8 tsp. Ground cinnamon

What You Have To Do:
1. Spoon pears into 4 dessert bowls
2. Sprinkle with wafer crumbs
3. Combine whipped cream and cinnamon
4. Spoon evenly over desserts

Picture of the Pear Crumble:
Yummy Pear Crumble

Recipe Found At: http://www.kraftcanada.com/en/recipes/5-minute-pear-crumble-94956.aspx

Been Away

Sorry for the short break there, but I have been away and therefore haven't been able to access the wonderful resources called the internet, to help me search for more wonderful recipes!
But I'm back now, and shall resume putting on more recipes!

Monday, 13 December 2010

Microwave Pineapple Cake

Hmm, Pineapple cake! That’s different – Lets try it!

What You’ll Need:
6oz Sliced Pineapple
1/2 cup brown sugar
5 teaspoons of butter
6 Maraschino Cherries (What? You mean cherries?)
1 box (single layer size) white cake mix
1 egg, beaten

What You Have To Do:
1. Spray a microwave pan with non-stick vegetable spray
2. melt butter and pour into the pan
3. spread brown sugar in bottom of pan on butter
4. place pineapple slices around on top of brown sugar (save the juice)
5. Slice the cherries and place them in/around the pineapple slices
6. Pour the cake mix into a medium mixing bowl
7. Mix the pineapple juice and the egg into the cake mix
8. Pour the mix over the pineapple slices, cherries and brown sugar
9. Bake in microwave on high for 9 minutes

Recipe Found At: http://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/758/9MinuteMicrowavePineappleC67651.shtml

Yogurt Pops

Yes. Yogurts – But pops.
WOW! frozen yogurt?!

What you’ll need:
6 oz of fat free yogurt
6 oz unsweetened fruit juice concentrate
wooden sticks
OPTIONAL: dash of vanilla or honey

What you’ll need to do:
1. In a medium sized bowl, mix the ingredients together.
2. Pour into paper cups
3. freeze until partially frozen (About 1 hour?)
4. Insert wooden sticks into each cup and freeze until solid

* Okay, so i lied a little – It takes about 4 hours to finish, but it’s only 10 minutes prep!
* You don’t NEED the wooden sticks… But you might want to think how you’ll pick it up.
* 130 calories per serving! wowza!

A picture of the “yogurt-pops”:
Yummy Yogurt-Pops

Recipe found at: http://www.eatbetteramerica.com/recipes/desserts/fruit-desserts/yogurt-pops.aspx

Sunday, 12 December 2010

Apple Cobbler

A quick one…

What You’ll Need:
2 Honey Maid Graham Wafers
1/4 Cup Applesauce
1 Tbsp. thawed whipped topping
Ground Cinnamon

What You Have To Do:
1. Place Wafers in a microwaveable bowl
2. Top it with apple sauce
3. Microwave on high for 15 to 45 seconds (until hot)
4. leave for 1 minute to cool slightly
5. Top with whipped cream
6. Sprinkle with cinnamon (If you want it)

Picture of the Apple Cobbler:
Yummy Apple Cobbler!
Recipe Found At: http://www.kraftcanada.com/en/recipes/3-minute-apple-cobbler-88788.aspx