Traditional Newfoundland- Isabell's Dessert
I will also share with you some similar dessert that you may like to try.
You don't have to ask me twice if I would like to have some dessert, after a delicious meal I equally enjoy a delicious dessert. I'm going to share with you my new cookbook that I just released in February of this year.
please continue on to the recipe and video for this delicious dessert called Isabell's Dessert.
- Lemon Crystals - 1 Pack
- Graham Crackers - 2 1/2-3 Cups Chushed
- Butter - 3 Tbsp
- Sugar - 1 Tbsp
- Jello - 1 Pack any colour
- Nutriwhip - 1 Pack
1. First you will need a pan of choice to layer your ingredients in.
2. Then you will need a medium saucepan.
3. You will also need three bowls one for your jello and the other for your Nutriwhip, one for the crushed graham crackers mixture.
4. We will start with making the lemon pie filling, follow your instructions on the box, but leave out the egg yolk only use the water and 1 tbsp butter, then seat aside to cold to room temperature.
5. Next make your jello, but instead of using cold water use one cup of ice cubes. Let jello cool until it starts to jell then pour over your lemon in pan.
6. Next mix together crushed graham crackers and 2 tbsp butter, sugar until blended, spread in your pan. " no baking needed"
7. Then pour all the lemon pie filling over the graham crust.
8. Now you will place the pan in the fridge until your dessert starts to set, then mix up your Nutriwhip and spread over the top. Place back into the fridge until you are ready to serve dessert.
I can’t stop talking about this delicious dessert, when I first taste it I fall in love with it. This dessert somehow reminded me of my childhood, I can remember my mom and dad always making something new with jello. Sunday dessert was all about jello and custard, but sometimes my parents would make something fancy with jello.
I asked Isabell what the name of her dessert was and she said it’s just this and that. Will I laughed! 🤗 and said no you must have a name for it, she said no I’ve been making this dessert for years and years and it don’t have a name. So I asked her can I make it on my Bonita’s kitchen channel and she said go ahead. So I named it Isabell’s Dessert but it got Traditional Newfoundland written all over it because of the ingredients used and that Isabell is a Newfoundlander and lives right here, so thank you Isabell for giving us permission to make your dessert I hope I come close to yours just by looking at it. 🤗
So if you are looking for a simple dessert that everyone will enjoy give this one a try and I’m sure you too will make this one of your favourites. Thank you to each one of you that visited my site and read my blog today, it’s because of you I love my job and sharing our Traditional Newfoundland recipes with you and your family. So from my kitchen to yours, you have a wonderful day.Add to Favourites