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Pampered Chef: Need a desert demo! I'm having a show on vacation.

  1. tig_536

    tig_536 Novice Member

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    Hi Evevryone!
    Ok so tomorrow we leave for Walt Disney World! Woo Hoo! And I am doing a show for our friends that live near Orlando on Monday night. What should I make? I am doing a desert demo. I have to pack my stuff in my luggage, so... What should I absolutly take? Has anyone ever done this? Any one have a good recipe that doesnt take too many items? I normally only do recipes in the DCB but I for sure can't take that to Florida with me. Any tips or pointers would be appreciated. Thank you

    Jenny
     
    Nov 6, 2009
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  2. melindagilbert

    melindagilbert Member

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    Banana Cream Trifle!
     
  3. kam

    kam Legacy Member Staff Member

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    Geez - with all the weight restictions on baggage now - that's tough.

    I would not feel safe packing any stoneware - and having it survive. Or the trifle bowl for that matter.

    Maybe those Choc Caramel Pecan Mini Cakes - from the spring, I think? They use the Prep Bowls in the microwave. Those wouldn't be too bad to bring. And I think the Rotary Grater, measure all cup, SS Bowl would be pretty light.

    Or even something with the Torte pans - those are pretty light, too.

    Or, even the Peppermint Fudge Cookies, After Dinner Mint Triangles, Mini Carrot Cake Cups. Or if you have any of the silicone pans...those desserts would be available.

    If the recipe calls for a batter bowl to melt chocolate, I would just bring the microcooker instead.
     
    Nov 7, 2009
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  4. Tropicalburstqt2

    Tropicalburstqt2 Advanced Member Gold Member

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    How about one of the microwavable cakes in the rice cooker?
     
  5. cookingwithdot

    cookingwithdot Advanced Member Gold Member

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    You can make chocolate chip cookie sundaes with the 8" exec pan (that's the one that came with the kit, right?) I will email the recipe to you if you want. :( Super EASY! Just take the pan, chopper (for peanuts if you want), Large Turner(spatula) and ice cream scooper). It's cool because it shows them that the pan can go in the oven. My director told me about this one ... it's a modified Applebees dessert. :)
     
  6. Tropicalburstqt2

    Tropicalburstqt2 Advanced Member Gold Member

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    Dottie, can you send me that recipe too? DH loves Applebees chocolate chip cookie sundae.
     
  7. kcjodih

    kcjodih Legacy Member Gold Member

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    Dottie, could you post that recipe here? It sounds wonderful!
     
    Nov 7, 2009
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  8. Mrs.H.

    Mrs.H. Novice Member

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    I would love the recipe too!
     
    Nov 7, 2009
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  9. Tropicalburstqt2

    Tropicalburstqt2 Advanced Member Gold Member

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    I copied & pasted the email Dottie sent me...


    Super easy - just buy store bought refrigerated cookie dough (or make ahead & refrigerate) press into the pan and put in oven to cook according to cookie directions. Let the cookie cool before removing or it will stick. Slide the turner around the edges to loosen & show them how easily is slides right out. Serve with icecream/whip/nuts/chocolate sauce.

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    Chocolate Chip Cookie Sundae

    1 package refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough (the rectangle-sized break apart kind)
    4-5 scoops Vanilla ice cream
    Hershey’s chocolate syrup
    ½ cup mixed nuts

    1) Bake cookie dough in 8” Executive Saute pan at 375 for 20 mins. Let cool 10 mins.
    2) Using a Spatula, loosen edges of cookie & slide out on Square Simple Additions Plate.
    3) Using Ice Cream Dipper, place scoops on cookie. Top with chocolate syrup; chop nuts using Food Chopper and sprinkle over sundae
     
  10. Mel92504

    Mel92504 Member Gold Member

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    the double chocolate mousse cups are really easy & don't take a lot of products...in the last season's best I think.
     
    Nov 7, 2009
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