Posts Tagged by whipped cream
|May 11, 2021||Posted by Wendy Perry under bananas, Carolina Country, fun food, ice cream & frozen treats, Mindless Mutterings from the Teacher's Lounge, no cook, nuts, published, sweet treats|
Published in Carolina Country Magazine May 2021
Such a southern thing, the hummingbird cake. Although its history is shrouded in mystery and conflicting tales of its origins, its key ingredients have remained the same over the years. And it’s just damn good. When doing my research, I found just about every kind of recreation and twist on the cake but no parfaits! And since everybody doesn’t have the time nor inclination to make a hummingbird cake from scratch, you’re welcome! For my tasty rendition with all the flavors of a hummingbird cake, without all the fuss… cinnamon. bananas. pineapple. crunchy toasted pecans. cream cheese.
What more could you ask for? Time? The time it would take to mix and make and bake? Well you just slash that time, make yourself a grocery list and fix a bunch of these Hummingbird Cake Parfaits to freeze and grab whenever you take a notion!
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The most popular Southern Living cake ever… the Hummingbird Cake
Such a southern thing, the hummingbird cake. Although its history is shrouded in mystery and questions of its origin, its key ingredients have remained the same over the years. Try my ice cream-layered twist on this fruity cake.
- 1/2 gallon butter pecan ice cream, softened
- 1 8 ounce can crushed pineapple, drained
- 2 bananas, peeled and cubed
- 2 teaspoons allspice or apple pie spice
- 4 ounces cream cheese, softened
- 1/2 pint whipping cream
- 2 tablespoons butter, softened
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 tablespoon powdered sugar
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 1 cup roughly chopped pecans
- 3-4 cups cinnamon graham cereal, crush half
Fold pineapple, bananas and spice into softened ice cream. Place back in freezer for several hours or overnight to firm.
For buttercream whipped topping, use a mixer to combine cream cheese, whipping cream and butter until peaks are almost stiff. Blend in vanilla and sugar.
For the pecans, melt 2 tablespoons of butter over medium heat. Add pecans and toast them, stirring frequently, about 7 minutes. Pour onto parchment paper to cool and sprinkle with salt.
To assemble the parfaits, put some of the cereal in the bottom of each glass. Add a scoop of ice cream and repeat layers. Top with whipped cream, dust with cinnamon and garnish with the buttery, toasty pecans.
|December 30, 2020||Posted by Wendy Perry under baking (she said in terror), bananas, Carolina Country, Christmas, eggs, Mindless Mutterings from the Teacher's Lounge, pie please, published, Simply Natural Creamery, sweet treats, wendy's signature recipes|
It seems fittin’ to use up that last bit of holiday eggnog in a good old southern chess pie. ‘Nog and bananas go together like mac and cheese, so partake of pie while toasting toes in front of a cozy fire as you settle into the New Year.
|December 15, 2019||Posted by Wendy Perry under Christmas, fun food, Mindless Mutterings from the Teacher's Lounge, molasses, party foods, published, sweet treats, wendy's signature recipes|
This southern favorite with a seasonal twist feeds quite a few folks, can be made ahead, and guests can self-serve. Find a fun, hinged, wide-mouth jar to make it in and wow your company!
|January 31, 2019||Posted by Wendy Perry under beverages, Carolina Country, chocolate, published, warm beverages, wendy's signature recipes|
Make a batch of this decadent Coconutty Hot Chocolate mix to enjoy often — and share, too! Topped with a dollop of fluffy coconut whipped cream, this dairy-free delight is just what we all need at the end of a chilly winter day … pajamas not included.