#125 Desservir de Pineapple Cherry Crisp with Banana Split Ice cream Recipe
No meal is complete without a sweet treat at the end. A cake or any dessert for that matter, gives the final touch at the end of my meal to make it perfect. The term "dessert" was derived from theFrench word 'desservir"(to do a disservice to or clear away) refers to clearing the table after dinner. We know from the beginning of time that the French are world famous for making desserts and decorating them artfully, so it makes sense that the word has a French origin-doesn't it? I tend to have something sweet after we clean the dinner table---yes--literally!! I can skip the meal itself and go straight for the dessert too:)....so here's to my sweet tooth and an easy delicious recipe for a fruit crisp so scrumptious that you may not want to clear the table at all and go for dessert!! One that is so quick and easy to put together with simple store bought ingredients that you can combine any pie filling or cut fruit to make this lovely treat.
I am not a huge fan of Banana flavor, but I would most definitely recommend the Banana Split Ice cream for this particular combination. Fear not, if you prefer to stay away from Banana you can serve this with Vanilla ice cream. It is out of this World, lip-smackingly Dee-lish!
- 1 medium packet of dried black cherries1 lg. can crushed pineapple
- 1 box yellow cake mix
- 1 c. pecans
- 1 c. nuts, chopped
- 2 sticks butter
- Haagan Daaz Banana Split icecream
1. Spread undrained crushed pineapple over the bottom of an ungreased 13 x 9 inch baking pan. On top of this sprinkle the dried cherries followed by the dry yellow cake mix and then the pecans. Dot with pats of butter on top of this. Bake in 350 degree oven for 30 minutes. 2. Serve with a scoop of Ice cream while the crumble is still warm.