Are you ‘sweet on’ someone who’s counting calories? Show them you care with this light and refreshing dessert from Judi Janczewski. “It’s sinfully creamy and so pretty with the tart raspberry sauce,” she writes from Berwyn, Illinois. “No one would ever guess that it’s fat-free!”
These scrumptious dumplings are very easy to fix. I like to prepare them just before a meal and then set them aside to be served for dessert. They're good cold, too! This recipe is popular with our neighbors in states to the east.
Refreshing Cake with Lemon Sauce completes the delightful dinner. "This is a family favorite on hot summer nights," notes Claire Dion from Canterbury, Connecticut.
Cream cheese, milk and pudding mix are all that's needed for the sunny sauce drizzled over prepared pound cake and topped with a few berries.
This unusual dessert is as pretty as it is delicious. Topped with brown sugar and cinnamon, the peaches come off the grill sweet and spicy. The raspberry sauce adds a refreshing touch.
-Nancy Johnson, Connersville, Indiana
Fast to prepare, even quicker to grill, this dish is always a winner at my house. We both love the raspberry-Dijon sauce. You can substitute chicken breasts for the turkey if you wish. —JoAnn Handley, Mount Dora, Florida
I combined cranberries with strawberries and raspberries for a tasty twist on traditional holiday sauce. Cinnamon and cloves spice up this fruity topping that's great over poultry or pork.
Suzanne Ganatta of Mammoth Lakes, California
Raspberries replace the traditional tomatoes in this unique barbecue sauce shared by Garnet Pirre of Helena, Montana. Red pepper flakes add a little kick to the thick ruby-red sauce. "This is great over chicken breasts or pork tenderloin," Garnet reports. "Brush on the sauce near the end of the grilling time>"
"This is one of my family's all-time favorites," writes Shirley Privatsky of Dickinson, North Dakota. "It's so festive looking-especially when served in a clear glass bowl or topped with raspberries like a sundae."