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May 2013

Recipe for Dessert

“Double Orange Dessert”

“Betty Crocker’s – Working Woman’s Cookbook”


2             Tablespoons sugar

1/2          teaspoon ground cinnamon

4              large oranges, pared and sectioned

1              pint orange, lemon or lime sherbet


Mix sugar and cinnamon; toss with oranges. Divide oranges

among 4 dishes; top with sherbet.  Sprinkle with coconut if desired.

— 4 servings.



Dessert Recipe

Mexican Fruit Dessert

by Better Crocker’s WWC


3            oranges, pared and sectioned

3            banana’s, sliced

1            pint strawberries, cut into halves

1/4        cup coffee-flavoured liquer

1            cup whipped cream

1/          cup powdered sugar

Ground cinnamon


Toss oranges, bananas and strawberries with liquer in 2-quart bowl.

Beat whipping cream and powdered sugar in chilled 1-quart bowl until stiff.

Spread over fruit; sprinkle with cinnamon. Serve immediately. Serves 6.

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