Fruits and berries make the finest desserts. No creation emerging from the kitchen can possess the fine delicate flavors found in fully ripened fruits and berries. From the standpoint of nutritional value they are supreme! Rich in minerals, vitamins, enzymes, and easily digestible carbohydrates, they are fine sources of energy and wonderful blood and tissue-building foods. Whenever possible, serve them for dessert.
In combination with other ingredients fruits and berries make fine puddings. From the standpoint of variety, our desserts and puddings will be found to be nutritious, tasty, and satisfying. Serve them in place of the conventional desserts and puddings, which are usually prepared from denatured refined products or obtained ready-made at the grocers.
baked apple surprise 3 apples, 5 cup chopped prunes, presoaked, 2 tbsp. honey, 2 oz. chopped nut meats, 1 tsp. cinnamon.
Shred apples on coarse shredder. Mix with prunes and nuts. Sprinkle with honey and cinnamon. Bake 15 minutes. Use additional honey when serving, if necessary. Serves three.
apple nut whip 4 apples, 1 cup seedless raisins, 1 cup nut meal or ground nuts, 1 tbsp. honey.
Core and grate apples. Sprinkle with lemon, adding honey to keep from turning color. Add raisins and nut meal. Serve in sherbert glasses with whole wheat or wheat germ wafers. Serves four.