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Non-Cooked dessert recipes needed!!!

lorilynn95

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I am still relatively new at this and really just know the few recipes that I offer at shows...so I need help!

I am the "entertainment" :sing: at a luncheon for about 50 women from around the state and a few out of staters, being held in a meeting room at a hotel. They will all have direct shipping on their orders. The 'host' asked if I could do a presentation and have 2 desserts for them. There is only a sink & refridgerator available. I told her in addition to the desserts I would bring some vegetables that everyone would be able to use the different tools that we offer.

So...I need recipes for desserts that do not require heating of any kind! I have one trifle bowl. I guess if part of a dessert needs baking - I could do that ahead of time. Oh - and she wanted at least one of the desserts to be chocolate. Any suggestions???

Also ... game suggestions....
 

gailz2

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Warm and Nutty Caramel Brownies (in LBP) could be made ahead of time---looks good and serves many.

And for a non-cook recipe in the trifle, I make a fruit pound cake (shows a lot of tools)
1 frozen/thawed pound cake, cubed
1 can pie filling (cherry shows well)
1 large box instant pudding with 3 cups of milk
1 small cool whip
2 bananas
1/2 -1 c chopped walnuts

Mix pudding and milk, fold in cool whip. Layer with pound cake, bananas, and nuts.
 

wadesgirl

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Chocolate chip sensation - you can bake the cookie ahead of time and then finish off the recipe.
 

kam

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Absolutley do a trifle.

For a second dessert, maybe the new Kiwi-Lime cups in the last SB.

You can make the cups ahead of time and just put them in a container. The filling is pretty easy to make and you can show off the Easy Acc Dec!
 

ChefBeckyD

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How about something really simple, like dips made with the sprinkles, cream cheese, and marshmallow cream - served with fruit, graham crackers, and pretzels for dipping? You could make a really pretty platter with a trio of dips...
 

lorilynn95

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these all sound very yummy! Thank you.
 

lorilynn95

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Chocolate chip sensation - you can bake the cookie ahead of time and then finish off the recipe.

can you share the recipe for the chocolate chip sensation...it sounds great - but I've never done it before.
 

wadesgirl

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can you share the recipe for the chocolate chip sensation...it sounds great - but I've never done it before.

I don't the exact recipe right off hand but it's pretty simple and easy:
Large tube of chocolate chip cookie dough spread over the large bar pan and baked until brown. Cool COMPLETELY!! Mix 8 oz cream cream with 1/3 cup sugar, spread over cooled cookie. Mix 1 pint half and half with chocolate pudding, let set. Spread over cream cheese. Top with cool whip. Then I either do a grated hershey's bar, crushed up candy bars, chocolate syrup or what ever topping you choose.
 
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ChefBeckyD

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I don't the exact recipe right off hand but it's pretty simple and easy:
Large tube of chocolate chip cookie dough spread over the large bar pan and baked until brown. Cool COMPLETELY!! Mix 8 oz sour cream with 1/3 cup sugar, spread over cooled cookie. Mix 1 pint half and half with chocolate pudding, let set. Spread over cream cheese. Top with cool whip. Then I either do a grated hershey's bar, crushed up candy bars, chocolate syrup or what ever topping you choose.

I think that's supposed to be cream cheese, not sour cream.;)
 

wadesgirl

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I think that's supposed to be cream cheese, not sour cream.;)

Oops, I put cream cheese in at one spot. Like I said, just going off the top of my head!
 

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