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    kjts918
    Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:15 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    2 things:
    1. I ate a dessert once and it was a layer of chocolate and a layer of saltines. I was hoping someone was familiar with the recipe and could forward it to me.

    2. I recently started baking almost regularly...I normally buy dessert from my favorite bread and pound cake shop www.whitepostfarms.net .

    When I was on their site recently I noticed they have their ingredients listed for their breads and poundcakes. This is a great site to either buy dessert or get ideas for your own bread. As I mentioned, I am a "new baker". I enjoy buying a few desserts and I also try to make my own versions of them- the ingredients certainly help me.

    Let me know of any other great places for desserts that I can buy/bake. (Something fairly simplistic for a beginner). Thanks!
    Molly53
    Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:05 pm
    Forum Host
    kjts918 wrote:
    2 things:
    1. I ate a dessert once and it was a layer of chocolate and a layer of saltines. I was hoping someone was familiar with the recipe and could forward it to me.

    2. I recently started baking almost regularly...I normally buy dessert from my favorite bread and pound cake shop www.whitepostfarms.net .

    When I was on their site recently I noticed they have their ingredients listed for their breads and poundcakes. This is a great site to either buy dessert or get ideas for your own bread. As I mentioned, I am a "new baker". I enjoy buying a few desserts and I also try to make my own versions of them- the ingredients certainly help me.

    Let me know of any other great places for desserts that I can buy/bake. (Something fairly simplistic for a beginner). Thanks!
    We're all about making our own here, friend.

    I can recommend Easy Cracker Candy and Five Flavor Pound Cake in answer to your query.

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    kjts918
    Tue Mar 20, 2012 3:43 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Thanks so much!
    iewe
    Mon Apr 23, 2012 10:19 am
    Forum Host
    I am all about simple with my baking! I always look for things that aren't going to take too many steps, or ingredients/steps that aren't going to make me go "excuse me?!" I have three kids, and work two jobs, so when I make desserts, or well, anything, it has to be something that comes together easily, and something that the whole family is going to enjoy.

    Some of my favorites include:

    Chocolate Lover's Dream Cake

    Didi's "I Can't Believe You Used Up My Whole Box of Cheerios" Squares

    Pineapple Coconut Chess Pie

    Jackie's M & M Chocolate Bars
    kjts918
    Tue Apr 24, 2012 4:07 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    LOL- I don't blame you. These are all great ideas. Thanks!
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