Why limit applesauce to one fruit? Pears pair well with cinnamon too! Serve warm as an accompaniment to pork chops, or enjoy it chilled with cottage cheese and sliced almonds (as a light snack) or by itself, as a dessert.
Last-minute company? Pour KISS over frozen fruit and let it thaw. The syrup will blend with the fresh flavors of the fruit. Serve by itself, with whipped cream, or over a scoop of ice cream.
Use this versatile sauce instead of maple syrup over pancakes/waffles, or as a topping for ice cream. It's also delicious with savory dishes; e.g. drizzle it over pan-seared, peppered salmon.
Add these tasty jewels to cheese platters, toss a few over ice cream, or use as them a garnish in your favorite cocktail or beverage.
Unbelievably delicious! If you have an ice-cream maker, this recipe is a must-try.
Simple to make, and so much better than powdered mixes! For those who want to trade up for a better cup of hot chocolate.
Sinfully delicious as a topping for lattes, fresh fruit, and other desserts. Make this with your favorite flavor of Keep It Simple Syrup. Top fresh berries with spearmint cream, and pumpkin pie with cinnamon cream. De-lish!
Satisfying pound cake with a strong influence of a raspberry mojito.
KISS Recipe Contest: 2nd PLACE WINNER, Dessert Category
Mark Boggs, Stratford University School of Culinary Arts & Hospitality Program (Richmond, VA campus).
Delicious holiday cookies with a kick… and a KISS. The aroma itself makes it worth the effort!
For an elegant dessert, offer your guests a cocktail-in-a-bite with a garnish of toasted pecans. These delightful melt-in-your-mouth treats are sure to impress!