White plate holding one Butterscotch Pudding Filled Peach

Butterscotch Pudding Filled Peaches

Rich in flavor and fresh tasting, Butterscotch Pudding Filled Peaches are a unique and elegant peach dessert that requires no baking. Butterscotch pudding is prepared on the stove top, spooned into sweet, ripe peach halves and then refrigerated until set. Whipped cream and crushed gingersnap cookies top it all off. How easy is that? I… Read more »

Champagne coupe glasses filled with Chilled Lemon Souffles, topped with blackberries and blueberries

Chilled Lemon Soufflés

Adding gelatin to these Chilled Lemon Soufflés allows them to be prepared ahead of time, so no last minute whipping and folding to create this refreshing and impressive dessert! There’s nothing like a cool, fresh lemon-y dessert to end a spring or summer meal. Various versions of these Chilled Lemon Soufflés have been around for… Read more »

Individual Butterscotch Pies

These small muffin-sized Individual Butterscotch Pies are adorable and, well, absolutely heavenly. I am in love with these Individual Butterscotch Pies! Why, you ask? Well, simply put – the crust is light and flaky (due to the addition of baking powder) and the filling rich and delicious. Many people don’t like to make mini pies… Read more »

Pavlova with Fresh Berries

Light and airy while still full of flavor, Pavlova with Fresh Berries is the perfect end to a spring or summer meal! My mom Sally was first introduced to Pavlova with Fresh Berries – named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova – by friends in Australia. Comprised of a sweet meringue base topped with flavored… Read more »

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I’m Lee Clayton Roper, and I’m passionate about making cooking and entertaining easy, elegant and fun. Here you’ll find scrumptious recipes, helpful tips and seasonal menus that will spark inspiration in your kitchen!
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