No one wants to cut out the sweet goodness of a holiday dessert. truwhip can help you during the holidays and throughout the year to keep your family happy and healthier. Keep a tub of truwhip in the fridge year round. Add a dollop to your homemade pie or top your fresh strawberries and raspberries.
And truwhip isn't just for dessert. Try one of these delicious truwhip dishes.
One of my all-time favorite desserts is similar to this cake. The Candy Bar Cake has all the sweet, delicious indulgences but in a healthier, less sinful recipe.
Candy Bar Cake
- One box of Duncan Hines Swiss Chocolate Cake
- Egg Beaters
- 1 can Fat Free Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 1/2 bottle Smucker’s Fat Free Caramel Syrup
- 1 tub truwhip
- 1 individual Heath Bar - crumbled
|Candy Bar Cake|
- Bake cake as instructed on box, replacing oil with applesauce and egg beaters for eggs.
- After cooled, poke holes in cake with end of fork or knife and pour milk into holes.
- Pour ½ bottle of caramel syrup over top.
- Spread with truwhip.
- Sprinkle with Heath bar.
This is a great plan ahead meal for that warm Sunday family breakfast. Guest for the holidays? They'll remember this breakfast and will still be talking about it the next holiday.
Baked Caramel French Toast
|Baked Caramel French Toas|
- 1 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
- 1 cup butter
- 2 tbsp light corn syrup
- 12 1” thick French bread slices
- 6 large eggs, beaten
- 3 cups truwhip
- 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
- ¼ tsp salt
truwhip - the all natural whipped topping
- 100% natural
- 70% organic
- no GMOs
- no high fructose corn syrup
- no hydrogenated oils
- trans fat free
- gluten free
- no polysorbate 60