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    I don't remember where I got this from, but for a quick chocolate fix--this is it.

    Recipe #126994

    My kids saw this in Kraft's "What's Cooking magazine" and decided to make it for dessert when we had their teachers over for lunch. This is a simple make-ahead dessert that appeals to the eye and the stomach! Cook time is freezing time.

    Recipe #125152

    Fresh strawberries and chocolate baked in a delicious oatmeal batter that bakes out crispy on the outside and chewy inside. These are really big cookies! You can also cut the strawberries in quarters, depending on how large your berries are, also these oatmeal cookies are still delicious without using the strawberries.

    Recipe #121747

    While these would never be mistaken for gourmet, they are also surprisingly good considering they started out as a cake mix and some extremely sweet neon-colored cereal. I bet kids would love these, and given their unique and colorful appearance, I also think they would do well at a bake sale. From the Kraft & Post cereal websites.

    Recipe #119546

    This is a VERY old recipe that I doctored years ago!

    Recipe #118763

    2 Reviews |  By dojemi

    This recipe is from 'Sweet Dreams' by Ina Pinkney. Easy to make and flourless which makes it perfect for the Passover holiday.

    Recipe #118371

    This recipe came from a Junior League Cookbook from Louisiana--published in the seventies--cookbook entitled"Talk About Good" similar to a Nanaimo bar--BUT...Better!!!

    Recipe #115579

    Cheap and VERY Easy to make, low on sugar but has a great taste

    Recipe #114210

    This cake thinks it's a cheesecake, and taste just like one too, but very easy to do, and when I served it at club, got rave reviews!

    Recipe #113053

    With only FOUR ingredients, this is a keeper. I got this from Quick Cooking.

    Recipe #111703

    Got this recipe from my aunt several years ago. The cook time is actually the time to chill the pie.

    Recipe #111003

    NOTE: This is a very dense cake. If you like a fluffier cake, use your favorite two layer yellow cake recipe and just try the yummy frosting.

    Recipe #110973

    My grandmother has made these cookies for every single holiday! And every single holiday...I end up eating all of them! haha They truly are delicious! She usually doubles the recipe.

    Recipe #110673

    This was just printed in today's food section--The Houston Chronicle--hope you enjoy this tasty pie!

    Recipe #110232

    13 Reviews |  By Dawnab

    Our youth group used to make these at fund raising yard sales. I am posting this recipe for family groups and one for large groups. Just like you get at the fair!

    Recipe #109304

    This comes from the St. David's School Cookbook (1974) and I have been making it now for thirty years. It's wonderful for parties; it's very elegant and rich, and really extraordinarily delicious. The pastry--which is really like shortbread--is good enough to eat by itself; the combination makes for a great dessert. It is rich enough that it doesn't need whipped cream (though I wouldn't stop anyone from adding some).

    Recipe #108596

    This wonderful recipe was in circulation when I was a kid in the 70s. Years later, a woman brought a tray of these to the office, which I instantly recognized as THOSE COOKIES FROM MY CHILDHOOD, and she refused to give me the recipe (said it was her babysitter's secret recipe)! I searched online (tried several recipes) and asked my friends and family off and on if they'd heard of it, for 10 years. I finally JUST found this online! They are SO GOOD! Bake them for your friends and family and share the recipe with the WORLD! Note, the number of cookies you get will vary - depending on how big you roll the balls.

    Recipe #107595

    3 Reviews |  By Nic

    If you want a dessert to impress, then this recipe is for you. This is a family favourite and is requested for celebrations. The cake has no flour in it, so it's very light, and indulgent with its chocolate mousse and whipped cream filling. The recipe comes from Delia Smith, and I have tweaked it slightly.

    Recipe #105457

    A teacher I taught with brought these to the teacher's lounge once and we all loved them. I got the recipe from her. When ever I take these some place they are so-o-o-o much enjoyed that I am asked to bring them again the next time. This has happened repeatedly with two different groups with which I have regular meetings.

    Recipe #104831

    4 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Brownie on top, hot fudge sauce on the bottom. Serve with vanilla ice cream!

    Recipe #102945

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