Learn how to make Microwave Banana Pudding from scratch in a microwave. No scorching, no double boiler, and no lumps. It’s so much easier than standing over a stove and tastes better than instant pudding.
Some desserts don’t fit the cake, pies, or cookies category so I put them in the Pudding, Fruits, and Nuts category. The microwave fits in with my philosophy of making life in the kitchen easier and more efficient. If you like that idea, be sure to check out the banana pudding you can make in a microwave without worrying about scorching. So easy!
Learn how to toast pecans in the microwave along with other types of nuts, seeds (like sunflower and pumpkin seed), raw old-fashioned oatmeal, and coconut. You’ll be amazed at how fast and easy it is.
Quick, single-serving cinnamon-spiced apples are cooked in a zippered bag or a bowl. Pour over pita chips, oatmeal or ice cream. Only takes 5 minutes from beginning to end.
Make these sweet and shiny candied nuts in a microwave in about 5 minutes with only two ingredients. Great for parties, snacks, and salads. #candiednuts, #pecans, #caramelizednuts #microwave
Lemon and Vanilla Bean Posset–a cool and refreshing dessert requiring no oven or complicated cooking skills. A perfect ending for a heavy meal or a ladies’ luncheon.
This is a quick-to-prepare recipe for blackberry cobbler for two with a crumbly shortbread-like topping–serve with whipped cream or ice cream for maximum enjoyment.
Make your own lemon curd (or lime or orange) using a blender and microwave. Fool proof method resulting in a silky smooth texture.
Festive way to serve mixed nuts combined with rosemary and shallots. Best warm. Serve out of small crock pot if more convenient.