Cook.Eat.Delicious-Desserts Roundup

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This month I asked you to send me dessert recipes that had spices in them, and you came through in a most delicious way.
First, I want to announce the winner of the book giveaway. Raven drew a random entry and chose Janet of The Taste Space. She wins a copy of The Flavor Bible: The Essential Guide to Culinary Creativity, Based on the Wisdom of America’s Most Imaginative Chefs. Congratulations, Janet!
The first entry is from Nupur of UK Rasoi. Crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside, these Almond Ginger Macaroons are sure to “wreck your diet plans.”
Anjali of Spice n Sugar Tales was desperate for some Rose Marmalade and when she received some as a gift, she couldn’t wait to use some to make Gulabi Badam Pista Kheer/ Rosy Almond Pistachio Milk Pudding.
Janet at The Taste Space has been experimenting with her new dehydrator to make healthy snacks and desserts. Her Cinnamon Flax Crackers were a hit.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Mcj of Turmeric n Spice made Oatmeal Applesauce Spice Cake, complete with homemade chocolate roses and chocolate sauce.
Sravani of Srav’s Culinary Concepts made two spiced-up desserts this month. First, she made Strawberry Bread, perfect for breakfast.
She also made healthy Oatmeal Choco Chip Muffins, a great way to “attract people who don’t like oats especially kids.”
Raven, the creator of this event at Cook.Eat.Delicious made Sweet Potato Pie. Don’t forget the scoop of vanilla ice cream!
This month Sensible Veg is hosting Cook.Eat.Delicious-Desserts. Send her your wholesome dessert recipes.

2 Responses

  1. Spices belong ind desserts. Thank you for the delicious round-up and the wonderful book!

  2. Lovely round up, few but worth bookmarking..

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