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A chocolaty rice crispy base with an Angel Delight® middle and a dream topping.

6 people made this

IngredientsServes: 8

  • 200g plain or milk chocolate
  • 75g crispy rice cereal
  • 1 packet Angel Delight®
  • 1 packet Birds® Dream Topping
  • milk, as needed

MethodPrep:20min ›Extra time:2hr chilling › Ready in:2hr20min

  1. Add chocolate to a large microwaveable bowl. Place in the microwave and melt using 20 second intervals, stirring until smooth.
  2. Once chocolate is melted, add rice cereal and mix to coat. Tip into a greased rectagular glass dish and pat down till flat and level.
  3. Whip up Angel Delight, following the instructions on the packet. Place on top of the chocolate crispy layer in the dish, then place in the fridge.
  4. Whip up Dream Topping, following the instructions on the packet. Spoon on top of the set Angel Delight layer, then return to the fridge to chill till serving.


Make sure your Angel delight and Dream Topping are whipped properly otherwise the layers will sink into each other. You can decorate with sprinkles before serving, if liked.

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  • 1 litre full cream milk
  • 2+1 cups whipped cream
  • 200 grams dark chocolate
  • 1/2 tin+2 tablespoons sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 roll Marie biscuits
  • 1 teaspoon custard powder
  • 1 teaspoon cornflour
  • 2+1 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1 teaspoon instant coffee powder
  • 1 teaspoon cocoa powder
  • A pinch of salt
  • Cardamom powder for fragrance
  • 3-4 drops vanilla essence
  • 1/2 chocolate cookie crumbs (I have used 1 roll hid & seek cookies)
  • Chopped almonds
  • Raisins


1st layer: Marie biscuit pudding - soak one roll Marie biscuits in one litre full cream milk. Add 1 teaspoon custard powder, 1 teaspoon cornflour, 2 tablespoons sugar, 2 tablespoons sweetened condensed milk, cardamom powder, a pinch of salt and cook till thickens. Cool and churn to get smooth texture.

2nd layer: melt 200g dark chocolate with 1 tablespoon butter.
In half cup water add 1 teaspoon coffee+ 1 teaspoon cocoa powder+1 tablespoon sugar and boil. Add it to one cup whipped fresh cream then add melted chocolate and mix well.

3rd layer: 2 cups whipped fresh cream+vanilla essence+1/2 tin condensed milk
For topping sprinkle nuts, raisins and chocolate cookie crumbs.

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Peaches ‘n’ Cream Delight

Are you looking for that creamy, dreamy dessert that makes use of gorgeous summer fruit and keeps everyone coming back for more?? We thought so. While people go nuts for fresh berries or rhubarb, our favorite summer fruit to stock up on (and make sure it lasts us through winter!) are peaches. Whether we use them in jams, cakes, tarts or breads isn’t totally irrelevant, but we just love peaches so much we could – and would – eat them in just about anything! Especially in this peach delight recipe…and it really doesn’t get more delightful than this!

Let’s start with the crust. This is a walnut-graham-cracker hybrid crust and we couldn’t have been more pleased with how it turned out. You’re welcome to use pecans if that’s what you have, but we loved the flavor of the walnuts and thought they rounded the dish out really nicely. Also. You might see that we used two sticks of butter to make the crust and think that’s excessive you could use less, but we find that that’s just the right amount to keep all the ground cookies and nuts together, so you’re crust is intact when you cut your slices. You can use less if you want, although we wouldn’t use fewer than 8 tablespoons butter, but you can’t beat the flavor you get from this tasty crust! And we haven’t even gotten to talking about the filling!

Ah, the filling. Cream cheese, powdered sugar and vanilla extract are all you need, which you spread out over your crust before topping it all off with your beautiful summer peaches. Then a healthy coating of frozen whipped topping or homemade whipped cream goes on top and you’re in business. We typically leave it in the fridge for a couple hours to set, but understand if waiting too long is just torture and you want to dig in immediately. We’ve all been there, it’s okay. Once you’ve assembled this you’re in the home stretch and the end is in sight! You’ll be so rewarded when you finally dig into this – everyone we’ve made it for has fallen head over heels for it, so we’re pretty sure you will too, you’ll see!

Recipe Summary

  • 2 1/2 cups crushed cream-filled lemon sandwich cookies (such as Lemon Oreo Sandwich Cookies) (about 25 cookies)
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons salted butter, melted
  • 5 (8-oz.) packages cream cheese, softened
  • 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
  • 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 4 large eggs
  • 2 large egg yolks
  • 1 tablespoon lemon zest plus 5 Tbsp. fresh juice (about 2 lemons)
  • 2 tablespoons heavy cream
  • Yellow food coloring gel paste (such as Spectrum Lemon Yellow Soft Gel Paste Food Coloring)
  • 1 cup Lemon Curd

Preheat oven to 350°F. Wrap outside of a lightly greased 9-inch shiny springform pan in a double layer of heavy-duty aluminum foil. Stir together crushed cookies and melted butter in a bowl. Press onto bottom of prepared pan.

Bake in preheated oven until lightly browned, 7 to 8 minutes. Cool on a wire rack until ready to use. Reduce oven temperature to 325°F.

Beat cream cheese with a heavy-duty mixer on medium speed until creamy, about 5 minutes. Gradually add sugar and flour, beating until smooth. Add eggs, 1 at a time, beating just until yellow disappears after each addition. Add egg yolks, 1 at a time, beating just until yellow disappears after each addition. Stir in lemon zest, lemon juice, and heavy cream.

Remove 3 cups of batter, and place in a medium bowl. Using a wooden pick, add a small amount of food coloring gel paste to the 3 cups of batter. Stir until batter is pale yellow, adding more gel paste if necessary.

Dollop half of untinted batter into prepared crust. Dollop half of pale yellow tinted batter on top of untinted batter dollops. Swirl together using a small knife, creating a marbled look. Repeat procedure with remaining halves of untinted and pale yellow tinted batters. Place springform pan in a roasting pan. Add boiling water to reach halfway up sides of springform pan.

Bake at 325°F until center is almost set but still slightly wobbly, 1 hour and 10 minutes to 1 hour and 20 minutes. Turn off oven, and let cheesecake stand in oven, with door partially open, 1 hour.

Remove cheesecake from roasting pan and water bath, and place on wire rack. Cool completely, about 2 hours. Cover with plastic wrap, using wooden picks to prevent plastic wrap from touching top of cheesecake. Chill 8 to 24 hours.

Gently run a knife around outer edge of cheesecake to loosen from sides of pan. Remove sides of pan. Spread top with 1 cup Lemon Curd.

Easy Dessert Recipes To Beat Your Winter Blues

While some people enjoy the snow and the frosty weather, there are few who may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a mood disorder which is also known as the winter blues. And what makes a person happier than a vast serving of mouthwatering and gratifying desserts on the table? Desserts come in all shapes, sizes, and forms that are sure to awaken your soul and show you the brighter side of the winter season. Let me help you beat the winter blues with these easy dessert recipes. No fuss, no stress, no winter blues. Just delectable and easy-to-prepare desserts!

1. Slow Cooker Chocolate Turtle Bread Pudding

Can you even handle all the rich chocolate and caramel sauce dripping on the sides? Intense, right? This chocolate turtle bread pudding is slow cooked to perfection, which means it’s a decadent and no-fuss dessert recipe. This chocolate madness is definitely everything! When you’re sad and gloomy, this yummy treat will make you happy!

2. Apple Pie Bites

An apple pie a day will keep your sorrow away! That’s exactly what these delicious apple pie bites will do for you. Don’t keep your sweet tooth waiting! These are easy to make with just apples, pecans, butter, sugar, cinnamon, and crescent rolls. Make a batch of these babies and share the goodness with your family.

3. One-Minute Chocolate Peanut Butter Mug Cake

You’re about to discover the quickest and the richest cake you could ever taste! This recipe surprised me with its one-minute baking time. With easy-to-find ingredients and a short waiting time, you will have a perfect mug cake with a rich chocolate flavor.

4. Baked Honeycrisp Apple

When life gives you apples, grab an apron and bake a batch of these sweet and delightful treats. These baked Honeycrisp apples have great flavors from dried cranberries, caramel sauce, butter, and cinnamon. Such beautiful flavors of fall. A scoop of vanilla ice cream will make them more delightful!

5. Blueberry Cheesecake

This decadent blueberry cheesecake starts with a layer of graham cracker crust, then a nice and thick layer of cheesecake mixture, and finished off with a lip-smacking, sweet tooth-satiating blueberry pie filling. Yumm!

6. Bailey’s Chocolate Mousse

If you’re into light dessert with a pillowy texture, then I’m certain you’ll love a scoop of this heavenly mousse made with chocolate and Baileys Irish Cream. In 15 minutes, you can already enjoy a divine dessert to beat your winter blues.

7. Mini Cheesecake Cupcakes

These lovely cheesecakes remind me of those treats we used to make for our school bake sale. How I wish strawberries are cheaper in my hometown. These mini cheesecake cupcakes are easy to make yet stunning and beautiful!

8. Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Skillet

This pizookie dish is such a breathtaking object of beauty. I can’t even utter words but let me tell you this, in case you have no idea, this mind-blowing dessert is ready in the table in just 30 minutes!

9. Cinnamon Cream Cheese Roll-Ups

These sugary cinnamon cream cheese roll-ups are great treats for breakfast or for an afternoon delight. These also pair well with a cup of coffee or tea. But I prefer these roll-ups as desserts. They’re sweet enough to end any meal any day!

10. Upside Down Winter Citrus Cake

Cuddling up with your loved ones will be more fun and satisfying when you share this gorgeous and vibrant upside down winter citrus cake. It’s such an easy recipe yet a festive dessert to enjoy during the winter season.

11. Chocolate Cake

To all chocolate lovers out there, this recipe is for you! It’s pure chocolate goodness in both cake and frosting. A slice can boost your mood during the chilly days.

12. Slow Cooker Pumpkin Dump Cake

If you can’t get away with pumpkin and other fall delights, then this is the perfect dessert for your cravings. It’s a simple dump cake recipe chock-full with sweet pumpkin flavor. It’s moist and fluffy and made even better with a drizzle of caramel sauce.

13. Peach Slab Pie

If you’re expecting some guests to come over your house, this good-looking slab pie is the best treat! Each slice is oozing with sweet and aromatic peach filling. With this delicious dessert, serving a crowd is now just a piece of cake!

Craving for more dessert recipes? Watch this video from Tasty and learn four easy dessert recipes, all uses only three ingredients:

I hope these easy dessert recipes help you lift your spirits and ease your winter blues. Whipping up desserts have never been this easy and quick. These aren’t just sweets but satisfying treats with pure indulgence. Don’t let the winter blues beat you. Bake up some of these easy desserts and let that SADness fades away!

Which easy dessert recipes are you planning to try? Share your experience with us in the comments section below.

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Editor’s Note – This post was originally published in January 2017 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.

The Best Ever White Russian Cocktail

Chad and I are International Delight lovers from way back (we are so excited to be partnering with them again) and long before we were creating recipes with it we were using it in our coffee. Back then, hands down, French Vanilla was our favorite flavor to add to our hazelnut coffee. It is truly divine.

But one day Chad took the ID creamer out of the fridge and said "I am going to use this in a cocktail". The addition of International Delight French Vanilla Creamer in place of cream or milk in cocktails was unbelievable. It takes the cocktail to a whole new level! Needless to say we have an incredible collection of cocktail recipes using ID.

One of our favorite's is The Best Ever White Russian Cocktail. It is rich and creamy. It's so dreamy it may sweep you away to your favorite vacation getaway. I imagine sitting on the beach watching the waves crash in, on a deserted island. Cocktail in one hand, Chad's hand in the other as we watch the sun set. Perfect summer cocktail.

Check out these fabulous cocktails that use International Delight.

1) Chocolate Caramel Cookie Cocktail Shooters perfect for any party or any day. Serve with or without the cookie!

2) Root Beer Float Martini - it is like no other. Sweet, creamy and delicious. Pure root beer goodness served up in your new favorite martini!

3) Lucky Shamrock Cocktail Shooter are a creamy chocolate mint cocktail shooter that is fun and festive. Dreamy and minty with just the right hint of chocolate.

4) Snickers Martini Cocktail features rich chocolate, caramel, vanilla cream and peanut butter. They all work together to create this delightful Snickers inspired cocktail. Packed with peanut flavor this Snickers Martini cocktail surely hits the spot!

Looking for even more yummy inspiration? Find and share delight in the International Delight Pinterest community!

With love from our simple kitchen to yours.

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Butterfinger Trifle (aka Dreamy Dessert)

Today I’m sharing my Butterfinger Trifle recipe AKA —>>> Dreamy Dessert because that’s what it should really be called!

Not kidding one little bit.

It’s that good, really. Doesn’t it look dreamy?

I don’t make it often (it’s been at least 6-7 years!) because I seriously will eat it all day long, every day, until it’s gone.
And that’s bad, very bad. )

Look at all those luscious layers.

This is a long time family recipe.
My mother in law first made it and I revamped it and continued the “tradition” with a few changes of my own.

Please disregard the “cook and serve” pudding. It’s INSTANT you need to get.
I do this every . single . time I buy pudding for these trifles!
I always mean to buy instant….and I always buy ‘cook and serve’.
I don’t know why. Old age. )

Anyway….instant, ok? I snapped the photo then realized my mistake.
I had to run out and buy the correct ones but didn’t take a new photo.

Now, this is super simple. (which just makes it all the better in my book!)

Mix up your puddings in two separate bowls per the directions on the box. (actually, you could probably add about 1/4 cup extra of the milk)
I’m going to try making this with Almond Milk next time. I don’t drink milk (it doesn’t agree with me anymore–plus I do try to stay away from most dairy these days) so eating this was … iffy.
But I did anyway. )
I made this one for Mother’s Day so thankfully I wasn’t left to eat it all myself.

Whip the whipped topping so it’s a bit creamy. Then add about 1/4 – 1/2 cup of the vanilla pudding to it.

So now you have your three layer ingredients.

Next chop your pound cake into 1 inch squares.

You can make a home made pound cake if you like. I bought a store bought one….it’s just easier.

Then start layering the ingredients….

I usually put a layer of cake on the bottom with a few sprinkles of crushed Butterfinger bars.
– then a layer of chocolate pudding
– then a layer of cake, followed by the crushed Butterfingers
– then a layer of whipped topping
– then a layer of cake, followed by the crushed Butterfingers
– then a layer of vanilla pudding

Keep doing that until you get to the top.
Finish the top with the remaining white whipped topping.

Sprinkle a bunch of that goodness on top.

OH….and to note, Butterfingers are not candy bars I eat and never have. (well, I don’t even eat candy bars anymore but growing up as a kid, I didn’t really love them)
BUT in this recipe…oh my goodness. They are perfection.
You’ll see.
Or at least I hope you will!

You have to try this.
Make it for a function though…just a warning. ) (lest you eat the whole bowl by yourself)
The long holiday weekend may be a good time.
Have a cookout to got to? Make and bring this.

They even make cute single serve…like I did in this wine glass.

YUM, you want to take a bite, I know you do. )

Oh..and it’s best if refrigerated for a day or so before you serve.

Cashews are sweet as well as satiating in nature. These are warm, crunchy and each bite tastes heavenly. Nuts are considered heavy and Kapha aggravating in Ayurveda. They have a pacifying effect on Vata as well as Pitta. Therefore, cashew nutrition makes for a strengthening and a satisfying nut milk. What else?

  • Regular consumption helps you gain weight.
  • It enhances the digestive fire.
  • It contributes to a lustrous skin.
  • This milk strengthens hair follicles.
  • It is heart healthy.
  • It improves the libido levels.
  • Cashew milk is an excellent memory booster for kids.
  • It relives fatigue, anemia & osteoporotic issues.

14 Dessert Salads: Cherry Fluff, Pineapple Fluff, and More Fluff Recipes

“What is dessert salad?” you ask? Dessert salad is a Southern classic treat that works as a side dish or a light and fluffy dessert. There’s nothing quite like the dreamy texture of a fruit fluff recipe to finish off a big meal. Because fluff recipes are so popular, we’ve put together a collection of our very favorite dessert salad recipes for you to enjoy.

“That Cherry Stuff” is a fluff salad with cherry pie filling, which makes it one of our favorite recipes for fluff because of the rich fruity taste. Pineapple Fluff is at the top of our list of best fluff recipes too, because it’s just so simple -- who doesn’t love quick and easy dessert salads?

If you’ve never tried fruit fluff dessert recipes before, have no fear. All of these desserts are simple and easy, so you’ll learn how to make a fruit fluff in no time. And if you’re still wondering “What is fluff salad?” because you’ve never had it before, just take a look at the fluff salad recipes below. You’re in for a real treat when you try a fluff recipe for fruit -- the dreamy texture and classic fruity flavors will have you running for the kitchen again and again. In fact, fruit fluff salads may even become your new favorite dessert!

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Dessert Salad Recipes

We cannot tell a lie. we love this recipe for cherry fluff, and so will your whole gang! It's not only easy to make -- this cherry fluff recipe is yummy to eat, too! Before you know it, they'll be asking for "That Cherry Stuff" over and over again! It'll be your new hands-down favorite fruit fluff with cherry pie filling.

The combination of blueberries and lemon is a spring and summer favorite, which makes this Blueberry Lemon Fluff a great one to enjoy outdoors on the porch or with friends at your next picnic. We even prepared this fruit fluff with coconut for a little added tropical flair! Plus, the combo of lemon and blueberry is such a classic flavor pairing that you'll never have to wonder how to make fruit fluff salad that'll please the whole family every again!

Okay, you've got your towel, your sunscreen, and your flip flops, but did you remember to bring along a sweet treat? Our Poolside Party Fluff is just what you need when you're laying by the pool and dreaming of a tropical paradise! This is a fluff salad with fruit cocktail, so it has all of the fruit flavors you love in one creamy, dreamy dessert.

This 3-ingredient Pineapple Fluff tastes like you fussed, but it's such a cinch to make. Yes, it's a lighter fluff salad with pineapple that anyone following a healthy diet can dig into without a care. Serve up this creamy treat on a hot summer day for a refreshing bite of heaven. And if you ever serve this dessert salad recipe at a party, they'll ask you for your pineapple fluff recipe again and again!

There's a whole lot of peach flavor waiting for you in our "Just Peachy" Fluff Salad. This dessert salad with gelatin is made from just 5 ingredients and can be thrown together just an hour before your next get-together -- absolutely no baking or cooking involved!

Now there's a way for you to share your banana split sundae with everyone! Our recipe for Banana Split Sundae Fluff has all the flavors you love in a banana split folded into one yummy fluff salad. It's a dessert salad with marshmallows that'll delight the whole gang! Even the kids will love this sweet and surprising recipe, so you'll never have to wonder how to make fluff salad that's a real dessert treat ever again.

We took one of your favorite fall treats (caramel apples!) and deconstructed it to make this yummy Caramel Apple Fluff. It tastes like your favorite nut-covered caramel apple, but this fruit fluff with sour cream is smooth and dreamy and takes a lot less work to make! So the next time you're craving a caramel apple, just make this fluff salad with marshmallows instead!

This fruit fluff with cream cheese is going to add a little extra magic to your holiday dessert table. Our Holiday Fluff Salad is a no-bake dessert with creamy and bright flavors, including one ingredient that's especially abundant during the holiday season. And you can never go wrong with holiday dessert salads, so whip up a big batch today!

Here's an orange fluff recipe that's sure to have your head in the clouds. Our Heavenly Orange Fluff is so good, it's easy to forget what you're doing and just start daydreaming (about having more fluff, of course). Every bite of this orange fluff salad recipe is full of creamy orange goodness, with just a touch of crunch! In fact, this recipe for orange fluff is so delicious, you'll be making it all summer long!

Here's an easy, low-fat, strawberry sluff recipe that'll taste heavenly, but won't cost you any work at all. Our Super Strawberry Fluff combines two of our favorite fruity flavors to create an easy dessert that'll really satisfy your cravings! Plus, this strawberry fluff is quick enough to make any day of the week, so you can always have some on hand to satisfy your sweet tooth.

If you've ever been to a Southern buffet or a church dinner, then you've probably already experienced the deliciousness of pistachio fluff. Fruity, fluffy, creamy, and just a bit crunchy, our Potluck Pistachio Fluff is one dish that doesn't stick around for long. That's 'cause folks will gobble up this pistacho fluff recipe so fast, you'll think it disappeared! Now, when anyone asks you "how do you make fluff salad like they have in the South?", you can just show them this recipe!

Everyone comes to the dinner table when Mom's Special Fruit Salad comes out of the refrigerator. It's a whipped and creamy fruit fluff with marshmallows that's got all our favorites fruits, plus some sweet additions. Make this dessert salad when you want to impress your guests, or any time you want to put smiles on everyone's faces.

This may just be the most decadent fluff you've ever tasted! Our Rocky Road Fluff combines the three most important rocky road ingredients -- chocolate, marshmallows, and nuts -- into one fabulously creamy dessert salad with chocolate! When you want to indulge in your favorite flavors but skip the fat and calories of ice cream, this is the way to go!

Did you know this dessert salad recipe is a traditional Southern side dish in the southeastern United States? Sometimes this fruit fluff with yogurt is eaten with dinner and sometimes it's enjoyed as a yummy dessert. We like it both ways! So the next time you have some Southern friends around, you can show them how to make dessert salad that'll knock their socks off and have them begging for more!