Bon Appetit calls shaved snow the “fluffiest, most delightful frozen dessert there is” and now you can find it right here in the Upstate. With locations in Anderson and Powdersville, Vampire Penguin Dessert Shop offers a full complement of shaved snow flavors.
Gail Richards of Chesnee is the grand prize winner in the Carolina Eats Summertime Dessert Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles, taking home a $500 gift certificate from Hampton Furniture in Anderson.
Some of the best recipes can be found at a church gathering and Elaine Clyde-Butler’s Blueberry Tart proves it. Try this recipe from the Carolina Eats Summertime Desserts Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles.
Omis is German for grandmother and there’s no better dessert than one your grandmother used to make. Melissa Burkhiser of Waynesville, NC entered her Omis Custard Apple Cake recipe in the Carolina Eats Summertime Dessert Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles and was drawn as a finalist.
When it comes to summertime desserts, it’s hard to beat Key Lime Pie. Gail Richards of Chesnee entered her version of the tasty treat in the Carolina Eats Summertime Desserts Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles.
Kyle Burnett of Chesnee is a finalist in the Carolina Eats Holiday Homestyle Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles with his No Bake Lemon Cheescake with Fruit Topping.
First-time restaurateurs Deana and Mike Okun opened Burgers & Bakery in the former Le Spice Restaurant on Warren H. Abernathy Highway in Spartanburg early this year.
Mauldin’s Mary Baugh a Carolina Eats finalist with her Skillet Strawberry Bourbon Cobbler with Layered Cream Cheese Biscuits
No Memorial Day gathering is complete without dessert and Mary Baugh’s Skillet Strawberry Bourbon Cobbler with Layered Cream Cheese Biscuits is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.