I want to make an interesting dessert that doesn't contain milk, soya or wheat, any ideas?
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Pavlova -- the Australian meringue dessert. Any kind of sorbet or fruit granita.
Amanda got to me first - a pavolva's great and can be made ahead of time. This recipe's great and you can lose the whipped cream http://www.epicurious.com...
Bibingka, an Indian and Filipino dessert uses brown rice flour, eggs, and coconut. It does use butter usually, so I don't know if you'd have trouble with that.
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I recently posted a Pear and Quince Brown Betty that could easily be made with a wheat free bread. Omit the butter, and sprinkle a bit of good apple cider on the top crust, lightly, with the sugar mixture . . . or use Earth Balance organic non-dairy spread, which I've used with success when adapting recipes to make them dairy-free. ;o)
Pears poached in wine. Can these folks have dark chocolate? Drizzle a bit over the pears.
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