Archive for March, 2011

The Cooking Club Made Raspberry Cream for the Red Hat Society Ladies

Saturday, March 5th, 2011

A raspberry cream pudding served in a tall glass dishThe “Can Do” Kids Cooking Club’s Raspberry Cream Dessert Was a Big Hit at the Red Hat Society  Ladies Meeting !

The local chapter of the ladies of the Red Hat Society met at the “Can Do” Street Community Center yesterday. Members of the “Can Do” Street Cooking Club made a special dessert in their honor. Since the ladies always wear red hats, Yundi suggested a dessert that had red in it.  The other members of the cooking club liked that idea and began thinking of things that were red.

Annie suggested  strawberry jello . Hector suggested strawberry ice cream since that is his favorite and he was hoping there would be left overs!   Nellie suggested red velvet cake. Bobbie suggested strawberry shortcake.

Then Kathy came up with the winning suggestion…raspberry cream pudding. Everybody cheered! Not only is it a pretty dessert, it always tastes great and is so easy to make.

The Red Hat ladies loved the raspberry cream and gave the cooking club a round of applause.

The “Can Do” Cooking Club thought you might like the recipe just in case you want to make raspberry cream for your family.

Raspberry Cream -Recipe for 4 -1/2 cup servings before adding the raspberries

Ingredients

1 pkg. of instant vanilla pudding (1 oz)

2 cups of  cold 1% milk

1 pt of fresh raspberries

Can of Redi Whip topping

Chocolate syrup for drizzling the to of the dessert(optional)

Equipment

1 medium sized, deep bowl

4 dessert dishes large enough to hold pudding topped with fruit and cream

Wire whisk or electric hand mixer

Liquid measuring cup

Tablespoon

A few sheets of paper towels

Directions

Pour milk into  the bowl

Add vanilla pudding

Beat with a wire whisk or on low speed of electric hand mixer for 2 min.

Let set for 5 minutes

Wash and gently pat dry raspberries with paper towels

Spoon pudding into  4 dessert dishes, leave room for fruit

Arrange raspberries on top of fruit, covering all of pudding

Swirl whipped topping on the middle of the raspberries

Drizzle chocolate syrup (optional)

Serve and watch everyone enjoy Raspberry Cream!