Favourite Desset?

Do you have a favourite dessert, appetizer or entree etc that you look forward to on your cruise? 

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We don't often have dessert at home, except for fruit or yogurt but since I saw a mile high carrot cake in a Carnival Cruiseline picture, I've practically been obsessing about it. Big Smile I sure hope it tastes as good as it looks. It won't be long now until I can find out. 

I tend to go for the soufflés more often than not. 

Chilled fruit soups.  Yum Yum Yummy

I could easily make them at home, but they wouldn't be the same without the Vitamin Sea.

Once a cruise I'll allow myself the Hot Melting Cake on Carnival...... if not then I'm good with Raspberry Sherbet.  I may even have 2 if I hit the gym that day.

My favorite appetizer is shrimp cocktail.  I really enjoy the gazpacho, DH makes it from the Carnival recipe for special occasions. My favorite dessert is no available with the American table (therefore soon to be non-existent) is the diet orange cake. The main coarse(s) I look froward to: are any shrimp dish.

 

Dessert - Fruits, cookies.  I avoid pastries.

 

Appetizer - Shrimp 

 

Entree - Filet Mignon

I will have dessert on the ship and it's their hot lava cake and sometimes I'll take one back to the cabin for a little chocolate rush in the morning. 

I look forward to escargot, lobster, baked Alaska, pavlova and jumbo shrimp cocktail.

Bananas Foster - followed by a close second with Crème Brule  (of course the various "flights" are always tempting... 

Chocolate ice cream with butterscotch topping. What can I say I'm a simple guy.

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