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    6 Reviews |  By DuChick

    Kids and adults alike will be eager to walk in the door when you've got this snack waiting for them. It's not overly sweet, yet contains so many favorite ingredients to create joyful smiles. A bonus is that you can choose to make 2 loaves of bread, 15-18 muffins, or a combo of each! *Listed cooking time is for bread...muffins take just 20-25 minutes. Created for RSC #12.

    Recipe #317881

    This recipe came to me by way of my sister Debbie. A great breakfast muffin that we enjoy with a cup of tea on a late Sunday morning or any time.

    Recipe #104438

    This is a very very rich chocolate bar, Unfortunately once you have tasted this slice you can not leave it alone, It was given to me about 15 years ago by a friend. The reason for the name if the slice is because a mother in laws tongue is usually bitter sweet.

    Recipe #245275

    1 Reviews |  By Iceland

    Another thing I came up with because I could not find the thing I was looking for. This is a very seasonal cake and it is easy to make, looks beautiful and is quite healthy. You can make it before hand but it will not stay as good as freshly baked. If you make it, you should eat it the same day I guess if you would like to have some whipped cream or ice cream (vanilla) with this. It is very nice to take for a picnic though and I like it when its cooled down, like sometime the following morning, with a good cup of coffee with lots of milk foam and some cinnamon on the top. Excellent for weekends!

    Recipe #254800

    If you've never had a beignet, they are simply delicious!! Light airy pillows of fried dough something like a French donut ^_^

    Recipe #243434

    A recipe from my mom. Great for any dinner party dessert.

    Recipe #297659

    8 Reviews |  By Shy617

    Lower fat and sugar free!

    Recipe #287728

    This is an adaptation of awesome apple bread for vegans. I think it tastes awesome too!

    Recipe #297260

    Shockingly healthy, absolutely delicious, and easy too! Adapted from a recipe in 'Foods that Fight Disease'. Note: add more orange juice concentrate for more zing =]

    Recipe #292302

    Almost like old-fashioned toffee candy. Found in my grandmother's cookbook.

    Recipe #258328

    1 Reviews |  By Shy617

    Who doesn't love chocolate?

    Recipe #296545

    These will be THE LAST peanut butter chocolate chip recipe you try! YUMM. These taste really sinful, but they are actually healthy for you. I adapted this recipe from the classic nestle one. (shh...I think these are even BETTER) They are very thick, soft, and chewy cookies and I promise you that NO ONE will be able to eat just one. I hope you enjoy baking (and eating) these as much as I do.

    Recipe #275906

    So simple and so good!

    Recipe #286016

    This is a quick easy breakfast roll that the kids can help make

    Recipe #104080

    The Sneaky Chef is Missy Chase Lapine - the author of the book, The Sneaky Chef: Simple Strategies for Hiding Healthy Foods in Kids' Favorite Meals. I wanted to see the nutritional

    Recipe #282782

    I grew up eating these. This is a recipe originally from an old Nestle cookbook that my mom adapted to suit us.

    Recipe #197135

    These taste a lot like the Take 5 candy bars, which are my hubby's favorite. The dipping chocolate can be a bit messy and time consuming, but it is worth it! Make the bunch and share or freeze to have a constant supply!

    Recipe #215665

    After first trying this years ago my 2nd son declared -who needs banana bread?! - and this became our favorite choice for doing away with overripe bananas. The recipe originally had an optional chocolate glaze, I've always skipped it and just added a light dusting of confectionary sugar. This is a pretty sturdy cake which makes it great for picnics, potlucks and lunch bags - the same son recently took 1/2 a cake with him for the drive back to S.CA! An extra note - seeing some of the comments - this is not a tall cake it only rises a littel more than half way up the pan. Ovens are different - go with a shorter cooking time and check to see if needs more.

    Recipe #272270

    Topped with a cinnamon-sugar crumb, these kid-friendly muffins--bursting with blueberries--taste like mini coffee cakes.

    Recipe #160437

    This is a nice and refreshing quick bread loaf. It is perfect for gift giving or enjoying with your afternoon tea, and it freezes well too. It is one of my top sellers at our local Farmer's Market. Give it a try...I'm sure you will enjoy it.

    Recipe #294374

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