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You’ll Throw This Together In No Time And Gobble It Up Even Faster!
People who know me and my mother usually say we have nothing in common. I think it’s pretty funny; my sister is like a copy of my mother in every way, and I guess I am more like my father. If nothing else, I do have this one thing in common with Mom! It was super important for her that she always served dessert when we were kids, even if it was just a simple weeknight meal.
She said a meal isn’t complete unless there’s at least some kind of dessert – it didn’t really matter what it was. Sometimes it was rice pudding, a simple sponge cake, or maybe just fresh fruits with a dollop of whipped cream, but she wanted to have something.
I am the same way; even if it’s a crazy day and I only have enough time to heat up some leftovers for dinner, there’s gotta be dessert! Over the years I’ve collected an impressive amount of super simple dessert recipes, but that doesn’t mean they’re plain in any way. Only the most delicious ones get my approval and will be added to our dessert rotation!
Recipe and image courtesy of Ginny.
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Quick Tip: Not a fan of cherry? Use your favorite pie filling instead!