The Chew May 12 2016 Recap
What better way to celebrate Carla Hall’s birthday than with an entire show dedicated to delicious desserts? Michael Symon kicked it off with a recipe for Key Lime Pudding served in a way that is anything but boring! Clinton Kelly then showed viewers a foolproof way to make Mini Cheesecakes, before Carla shared a tasty cake recipe of her own!
The Chew: Key Lime Pudding Recipe
Michael Symon’s Key Like Pudding isn’t simply green pudding served in a bowl. But we all knew that right? He found a way to serve up light, tart, creamy Key Lime Pudding between layers of Graham Cracker Streusel, topped with a luxurious Coconut Rum Whipped Cream. If you’re a long-time viewer of The Chew, you’ll know that Carla doesn’t drink her alcohol, she eats it!
The Chew: Foolproof Mini Cheesecakes Recipe
After hearing how many viewers struggle and fail to make cheesecake, Clinton Kelly took it upon himself to share a foolproof recipe anyone can master! His Mini Cheesecakes really are easy to make, and once served, you’ll have everyone thinking you purchased them from a bakery! Plus, Clinton’s fun toppings bar is a great idea for letting your guests choose how they want to top their dessert.
The Chew: Spiced Pineapple Pecan Cake Recipe
Finally, Carla Hall wanted to share a recipe of her own. Who says you can’t make yourself a birthday cake? She’s a huge fan of spiced desserts, so it wasn’t too surprising when she revealed she would be making a Spiced Pineapple Pecan Cake. Even better is that she shared the recipe so that you can make it too!