- Portion size 4 servings
- Credits : Canadian Living Magazine: June 2005
Malt Chocolate Mousse Cake IMAGE Credits: Malt Chocolate Mousse Cake IMAGE
When you layer silky chocolate mousse with crunchy meringue, the meringue becomes soft and chewy, making this cake easy to slice with a hot, sharp knife.
Butter Pecan Blondies IMAGE Credits: Butter Pecan Blondies IMAGE
The rich caramel flavour of buttery baked pecans makes these blondies, the brownie's light-coloured cousin, purely irresistible. Be sure to stir the pecans while they're still warm so they don't harden into one big piece.
Mini Pumpkin Tarts IMAGE Credits: Mini Pumpkin Tarts IMAGE
These single-serving-size pumpkin pies are a fun and easy-to-assemble take on the classic Thanksgiving dessert. Make a double batch for a large crowd and watch them disappear!
Rhubarb Bread Pudding with Honey Crème Anglaise IMAGE Credits: Rhubarb Bread Pudding with Honey Crème Anglaise IMAGE
Toasted buttery croissants take this modest bread-based dessert to new heights. Use day-old croissants for the best results; you'll need six to eight in total. Layering the croissants and the rhubarb gives you a bit of everything in each bite. You can also substitute the same amount of thawed frozen rhubarb for the fresh—just thoroughly pat it dry.