Dessert for Two takes well-loved desserts and scales them down to make only two servings! Who doesn't love towering three-layer cakes with mounds of fluffy buttercream? Who can resist four dozen cookies fresh from the oven? Wouldn't you love to stick your spoon into a big bowl of banana pudding? But what about the leftovers? Dessert recipes typically serve eight to ten people. Finding the willpower to resist extra slices of cake can be difficult; the battle between leftover cookies and a healthy breakfast is over before it starts. Until now. Dessert for Two takes well-loved desserts and scales them down to make only two servings. Cakes are baked in small pans and ramekins. Pies are baked in small pie pans or muffin cups. Cookie recipes are scaled down to make 1 dozen or fewer. Your favorite barsabrownies, blondies, and marshmallowarice cereal treatsaare baked in a loaf pan, which easily serves two when cut across the middle. Newly married couples and empty-nesters will be particularly enthralled with this miniature dessert guide. To everyone who lives alone: now you can have your own personal-sized cake and eat it, too.I make mybanana puddings in halfpint mason jars so I can easily store them in the fridge. Yield ac 2 servings 20 vanilla wafers (such as Nilla Wafers) 1 recipe Vanilla Pudding (page 162) 1 smallbanana, sliced 1a3 cup (80mL) heavy whippinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Dessert For Two: Small Batch Cookies, Brownies, Pies, and Cakes|
|Publisher||:||The Countryman Press - 2015-02-07|