Sunday, August 28, 2016

Summer Time Food Favorites - Desserts

Desserts....my favorite category of all categories surrounding food.  As the last category and concluding post for the four part series, Summer Time Food Favorites, I had a difficult time choosing just four recipes from among the hundreds that I have for this category.

The first dessert on top of my list for summer time enjoyment is my Gluten-Free "Pucker-Up" Double Lemon Bars.  If you love lemon, these bars are tart but sweet and are sure to please everyone who try them.

Find and print the recipe for your collection at: https://sites.google.com/site/thelittleyellowcornerstore/desserts/gluten-free-pucker-up-double-lemon-bars


Even though I am reluctant to realize Fall is fast-approaching, I do admit I love the abundance of fresh, juicy apples and meaty pie pumpkins that come with the season. So because the colorful Fall is just around the corner, I have included two recipes which are undeniably the most loved Fall desserts.  (Although, they can be made and enjoyed any time of the year.)

For anyone who loves good old-fashioned apple pie, they most certainly will enjoy the following recipe. These cute little mini apple pies are baked in large canning lids and include the same basic ingredients like that of a large pie, but are baked into individual single serving size.  They could even include a scoop of vanilla or cinnamon ice cream.

This mini apple pie delight recipe is under my dessert collection at:  https://sites.google.com/site/thelittleyellowcornerstore/desserts/canning-lid-mini-apple-pies


Now what other dessert comes to mind when you think ahead to Fall?  A dessert which includes pumpkin puree, am I right?  This next dessert is one that is moist and delicate. The Pecan Pumpkin Puree Coffeecake is one of my best recipes that I make often and is number one for using up my frozen pumpkin puree in the winter.  This coffeecake is so good served with a cup of butter rum flavored coffee on a chilly Fall afternoon.

Give this recipe a try:  https://sites.google.com/site/thelittleyellowcornerstore/desserts/pecan-pumpkin-puree-coffeecake


Lastly, what dessert category would there be without the most loved brownie.  This cake-like brownie is made with dark chocolate cocoa powder and is topped off with smooth and creamy peppermint frosting.  Who wouldn't love to sit down to such a rich and velvety dessert upon the completion of a meal?   Add a few whimsical edible bee cupcake icing decorations and serve it on a bright and cheery bumble bee dessert plate and you are sure to get a few giggles and some praise.

To see the recipe, visit https://sites.google.com/site/thelittleyellowcornerstore/desserts/dark-chocolate-peppermint-zucchini


Well, this concludes the series, Summer Time Food Favorites.  I am glad you could join me throughout the last couple of weeks  and I hope you enjoyed each and everyone of the Food Favorites postings.  Be sure to keep in touch since I am sure I will be posting new recipes from time to time. Happy Cooking!

6 comments:

  1. They all look quite yummy! I am a chocolate lover and my hubby apple pie so sounds like two new desserts for us! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Such lovely desserts. Makes me want to start baking. It is still hot here, so I will enjoy your yummy desserts. Thanks so very much for sharing these delicious desserts at DI&DI.

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  3. Those recipes look wonderful. Those apple pies made my mouth water!

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  4. Wonderful dessert inspiration! Would love one of those mini apple pies! Pam @ Everyday Living

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  5. Another round of tasty treats, thanks for sharing with us at Celebrate Your Story. Have a wonderful holiday!

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  6. Great desserts! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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