I was especially intrigued by the chapter on spreads and condiments, and socca (which I've never heard of and can't wait to try), but when I saw this whipped gelatin recipe I had to make it immediately. Well, twice actually. I made it twice in the first 24 hours I had Amy's cookbook. =)
This banana blueberry whipped gelatin, sweetened only with fruit, is irresistible. It took only a few minutes to make, and mine doubled in size in my Blendtec, so I didn't even have to use a handheld mixer after it began setting up. It went straight from my blender to some cute dishes, to the fridge, to my mouth =) And not that I don't like Jell-O, I do, but it wasn't the texture of Jell-O at all. It was fluffy and airy like I remember canned whipped cream.
And speaking of whipped cream, I topped each one with Amy's whipped coconut cream. It too could not have been easier or faster to make. I can't say enough good things about these two recipes!
Amy has offered her fantastic new cookbook to one lucky winner here on Spunky!
To enter this giveaway just leave a comment with your first and last name so I know it's really you when I get your email (if you win), and not someone pretending to be you so they win!
This giveaway closes on Wednesday, April 13th at midnight my time. Please do come back next Thursday and see if you won!
Congratulations Sally Nance! You are the winner! Please email me: kelly(insert @)theSpunkyCoconut.com and I'll have your book sent right away!
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