I know it looks like this recipe is a week too late, but let me explain to you what happened.
So, last week I was researching ways to increase the productivity of my website and other ways to make it better, I guess. I called my hosting company asking them for any products or suggestions they have that will help. The representative that I spoke with informed me that my DNS Server name was incorrect, which may be causing other servers not able to pick up my blog. So, I changed it to what she told me to change it to and as a result my blog went down. Now, some down time is pretty typical but when it went past nearly 24 hours, I started to panic.
I called and called to try to figure out what was the problem and it was the IP address that was wrong with the change I made. SOOOOO I had to get that corrected through WordPress, which, if you have any experience with WordPress, can take a while seeing how you can’t just call someone to get it fixed. Needless to say, I finally got it fixed after I had to call WordPress out on Twitter, but that is why I disappeared for a week. If you were coming to my blog in search for one of my delicious recipes or just stare at some of the pictures , I apologize that I was down for a while. But now I am back and here to stay.
I have so many recipes to share with you guys, but let’s start with this one first. I went to a church BBQ and I needed something to make. I didn’t feel like really cooking or baking anything that would require me to use the oven. Heck, it has been too hot! This is dessert is an awesome alternative. First of all it looks pretty, only take 15 minutes to make you don’t need that many ingredients to make it. Another thing about this dessert is that you can make it as healthy to unhealthy as you want. You can use Angel Food Cake instead of pound cake; you can use yogurt instead of whipped cream; and you can use whatever fruit you would like. Although, I don’t recommend that you use apples,bananas, oranges, and pineapple. The apples and bananas will brown quickly and the oranges and pineapple are too juicy. But if you insist you can do whatever you want.
The people from my church ate this dessert within 30 minutes. No lie! I was asked to make another one. It is such an easy dessert to make and easy to eat. I know it looks like something you would make for the 4th of July but you can make this for any summer cookout. Your guests will love it, I promise.