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    136 Reviews |  By Bev

    Here it is folks! First time ever in print! My Mom's famous hot chocolate sauce for ice cream sundaes. These are ingredients you more than likely always have on hand. Try this once and you will never buy store bought sauce again!

    Recipe #19678

    My family has been making this for many years. It's very fast and easy to make. Three hours to chill. You can use different toppings.

    Recipe #22188

    Always welcome on hot days.

    Recipe #38523

    23 Reviews |  By Dee514

    I frequently make this during the summer using my favorite fruits (strawberries or blueberries or peaches, mmmmmm!!), just about any fruit can be used....experiment!

    Recipe #30440

    40 Reviews |  By Dorsey

    A variation of this recipe was in the Woman's World Magazine. Since I am trying to monitor carbs and yet still enjoy dessert, this really fills the bill.

    Recipe #97486

    Ok, it's not perfect but it's so close that no one noticed a difference in my tiramisu. Mascarpone costs about four times as much as these ingredients at our local markets. Give it a try if you face the same costs and I doubt you'll have any regrets. The yield is almost 2 lbs. and of course a half recipe is right at a pound. Prep time doesn't include the hour or so needed for ingredients to reach room temp.

    Recipe #72555

    I find any excuse possible to serve this. Great around the holidays but worthy of being made all year round. It is the dish I am most often asked to bring to a gathering requiring finger foods or appetizers. Really good on Townhouse Wheat Crackers. If I don't have any orange juice concentrate, I use just enough fresh squeezed juice to make it the right consistency and the zest from the orange for more flavor. *PLEASE NOTE!!* You REALLY need to make this ahead of time! The flavors must blend for it to taste good!

    Recipe #99081

    This is different and really delicious. Great for Fall parties.

    Recipe #25730

    Colorful and tasty layered sliced cookies!

    Recipe #3590

    Okay, okay I know. True tiramisu uses mascarpone, but just in case your local Safeway or whatever doesn't carry it, which is often the case, this is a good substitute. I used it in Emeril's tiramisu recipe and it came out very nicely. Just thought this might help someone.

    Recipe #28620

    85 Reviews |  By Mirj

    My daughter Adiya (AKA Didi) adores Cheerios. No one else is allowed to eat out of her box. God help any one of her sisters if they eat some of HER Cheerios. Since she's a picky kid and has the temper of Rosemary's Baby, we let her get away with this, better than picking a fight. Anyway... one day when she was out at a friend's house I came across this recipe in a magazine, and the urge just took over, and I broke into one of Didi's sacred boxes of Cheerios. You should have heard that kid shriek. Still, she shut up pretty quickly when I jammed one of these into her mouth. Now we each have our own box of Cheerios, and got help anyone else in the family who steals even on "O"!

    Recipe #31799

    I usually use this on a sheet cake.It really is like having fudge for a topping!

    Recipe #78040

    This syrup is concentrated stuff, use 1-2 tsp in 8 oz of milk. It's ultra-chocolatey, with a deep cocoa flavor, and not too sweet. This syrup is thick and smooth with a shine ...a chocolate syrup for adults. Use Dutch process cocoa powder if you want the finished product to have the beautifully deep color and flavor to which all good chocolate syrups should aspire.

    Recipe #26276

    This recipe was in a local 1990 paper & is credited to Esther Shura. It is so easy and you can use raspberry,cherry or pineapple jams. Try it you may like it!,

    Recipe #31576

    My kids love this on a hot summer day. I have found it works well also to divide the chocolate fudge topping and use half in step 5 and the other in step 7. You may also add a jar of caramel topping if you desire.

    Recipe #27600

    I'm not sure where the original recipe comes from, but my mom gave me the BEST chocolate frosting recipe. Once you try this, I doubt you will ever use another. Seriously.

    Recipe #57109

    These decorations are nice in the x-mas tree but also as gift-tags. Use a gold or silver craft pen to write names on them.

    Recipe #38637

    When we lived in Germany, there were Italian gelato shops all over the place. One feature on the kiddie menu was always "Spaghetti" ice cream, which is not spaghetti at all - it is just an ice cream sundae decorated to look like a plate of spaghetti. Here is my interpretation. All measurements are truly to taste, so feel free to add as much or as little of any ingredient that you like. A potato ricer will be required to get the desired effect. It may take a little practice.

    Recipe #92306

    10 Reviews |  By Bec

    This recipe is a lot like making Rice Krispie Treats. It is nice to have a little change once in awhile! I found this recipe at the Kelloggs website, but since it is not posted here, I thought that it would be nice to have it here as well! (I made sure that I included the registered trademark symbol. :) To change it a little, you can omit the peanut butter, and they will be like rice krispy bar, except not!

    Recipe #72966

    This is a good sauce to use on bread pudding.

    Recipe #22268

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