Tag: Ginger

Rhubarb Ginger Yogurt Pops

Rhubarb Ginger Yogurt Pops

Rhubarb Ginger Yogurt Pops This recipe for Rhubarb Ginger Yogurt Pops is made with  Rhubarb Ginger Saucerecipe that was posted on Tuesday. It’s made similar to the recipe for Strawberry Yogurt Pops that I posted on Monday but with a few minor tweaks. Let’s just 

Rhubarb Ginger Sauce

Rhubarb Ginger Sauce When most people think of rhubarb and what to pair with rhubarb, they immediately think of strawberries. While pairing rhubarb with strawberries is popular in the USA, pairing rhubarb with ginger is popular in Britain. This was one pairing I simply had 

Paradise Ginger Peach Hand Pies

Paradise Ginger Peach Hand Pies

Paradise Ginger Peach Hand Pies 

I have great news! For the second year, Paradise Fruit Co has asked me to develop recipes using their wonderfully sweet dried fruit. I’m super excited to get started:) Last year I developed recipes that were geared more towards the holidays but this year my culinary fruit juices have started flowing early. I’m kicking off this second year with this super delicious recipe for Paradise Ginger Peach Hand Pies. Made with Paradise crystallized ginger and lemon peel.

Super Easy Peach Pie Filling

This super easy pie filling is made easy with frozen sliced peaches. Yes, you read that right, frozen peaches (that are thawed of course). If you’re lucky enough to get your hands on some fresh juicy peaches, then by all means use them! You will need to peel off the fuzzy skin and slice the peaches first. Fresh peaches will have more juice than frozen peaches. To compensate for this, add a couple extra tablespoons of cornstarch (then called for in the recipe) to thicken it.

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Paradise Fruit Co

Paradise Fruit Co has been Achieving Baking Excellence for over 50 years. Since 1961 Paradise Brands has been America’s favorite brand for candies fruit products. Paradise has been making glacé (candied) fruit of all kinds, including candied cherries, ingredients for fruit cake recipes and much more. Now you can find and purchase their full line of candied fruit products with their online store, powered by Amazon.

What is Glacé?

Candied Fruit also called glacé fruit is fruit that has been boiled or dipped in a sugar syrup and then sometimes into granulated sugar after being dried. The most common fruits that are candied are cherries, pineapple, citrus rinds and ginger. Candied fruits are generally used in cakes, breads and other sweets. Sometimes used to decorating dessert, especially celebration cakes and wedding cakes.


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