cost isn't an object. Calories? Pshaw -- it's all calorie-free for tonight. Time of preparation? Not an issue.
What would it be?
(and no, I'm not going to get it for you -- this is hypothetical -- so there).
Call me a peasant if you will....
Pineapple upside down cake with hot custard or Lemon meringue pie . Hmmmmmm....
Oh, yummmmm...I love both of 'em but the pineapple upside down cake is easier to do at this altitude. I finally found a good lemon meringue pie recipe but it took years of trial and error to find it...and then quite a bit of fine-tuning.
NY Cheesecake or anything chocolate.
Or just chocolate cheesecake.
Most expensive chocolate in the world.
20-someodd different types of cocoa.. mmmmmm
Totally my Mother-in-Law's Strawberry Shortcake. It is literally, to die for. Just melts in your mouth.
Apple Dumplings with Cool Whip or Vanilla Ice Creme is something you will never forget. One of the best tasting desserts I have ever eaten. And Chocolate Cake can just not be beaten if made right. But my all time fav is Sour Creme Coconut Cake.
An Idaho favorite is hot Huckleberry cobbler with vanilla ice cream on top. I did however taste a chocolate cake from Costco the other day and I think it was the best I had ever tasted in my life.
Big, rich chocolate milk shake, or cookies & cream milk shake. I know it's not fancy, but it's something I love that I never (almost) let myself have.
A big slice of cherry cheesecake with a slice of cherry cheesecake chaser and a glass of Portuguese Port to wash it down with.....drool-dibble-dribble-drool (not a pretty sight) zs
The chocolate-orange cheesecake brownies I made this week were pretty darn good. Why is it that I always make the tastiest desserts when I'm improvising?
Apple and cherry pie if my mom is baking it. She is such a great baker and I love her crust. The filling is also great too. When she makes apple pie she uses apples from their trees, so I always love it.
Oh and I'm totally addicted to Gulab Jaman. So if cost was no object I would fly back to Jaipur to eat Gulab Jaman at Natraj Restaurant.....best dessert ever!
Oh, there are simply too many to choose from. I am desserts number one fan!! It may be quicker for me to say what I don't want........
A definite no to school custard, if you could have called it that.
I think right now, it would be homemade rhubarb crumble and custard. Delicious.
by nanderson500 6 years ago
What is your favorite kind of cake?
by natken 5 years ago
name your favorite food or dessert
by every1_loves_food 11 years ago
Just wondering what kinds of desserts people enjoy making and, of course, consuming! I recently tried a chocolate mousse with a twist... it's gorgeous! Give it a go!http://hubpages.com/hub/Cappuccino-Choc … st-Dessert
by Vishaaa 8 years ago
What is your favorite kind of chocolate?
by Thomas Byers 7 years ago
What is your favorite dessert. And why?My favorite dessert of all time is brownies followed by Blueberry Cheesecake. I really enjoy making and eating brownies. And I love cooking them for people. How about you? What is your favorite food or dessert.
by Phyllis Doyle Burns 4 years ago
What is your all time favorite dessert or treat?Mine is a hot fudge sundae, with whipped cream on top. Actually, I like a little vanilla ice cream with the hot fudge, too. I am so bad about this. I always want extra hot fudge, so I do not have this treat very often.
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