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CabSauv
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06/02/2022 09:55PM  
I’ve seen a lot of posts for main courses. How about dessert? What could I maybe do with dehydrated raspberries? Any ideas?
 
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straighthairedcurly
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06/03/2022 08:52PM  
You could make some raspberry shortcake. Just add some sugar to Bisquick mix, make drop biscuits that can either be "baked" in a pan or flipped. Hydrate the raspberries with a little sugar and use to top the shortcakes.

I also use Mug Cakes a lot when I solo and just bake them in silicone muffin/cupcake molds. You could mix the hydrated raspberries into chocolate cake mix.

I love lemon. The raspberries would be really good added to an instant lemon pudding or instant cheesecake.
 
billconner
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06/04/2022 06:55AM  
I've baked cakes and brownies in a jmo on my Dragonfly. Very fond of Jiffy mixes - right sized.
 
mpswid0
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06/13/2022 10:50PM  
We came out a couple weeks ago, and for the first time did some deserts. We did skillet brownies, mix them according to the directions and then fry them up like scrambled eggs. They came out like the goey center brownies, but if you want you could probably cook them a little longer. I didn’t time it, but probably took 7 or 8 minutes. You could probably add some dehydrated raspberries to the brownie batter and let it sit for awhile to rehydrate them, you’ll probably need to break them up into smaller pieces though.

Another desert I tried was banana pudding. I took one box of banana cream jello, evaporated milk (just used it straight out of the container, I didn’t add any water), dehydrated bananas from Trader Joe’s (break them up before adding, other wise they stay crunchy) and Chessman cookies. Add the first 3 ingrediants together and let it sit for 45-60 minutes to left the banana rehydrate, and then crumble up the chessman cookies right before you serve it. This feed 6 guys, so it makes a lot. You’ll probably need to pair it down some for smaller groups.
 
Hammertime
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06/14/2022 12:05AM  
I’m lazy. Fun size candy bars, skittles and starburst are our go to desserts. If somebody insists we will bring smore materials.
 
Northwoodsman
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06/14/2022 10:25AM  
Where did you find evaporated milk that wasn't in a can?
 
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