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    From Betty Crocker. These look so good in a shot glass. My vote goes for the 'Note' at the end of the directions!!

    Recipe #501854

    9 Reviews |  By Satyne

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    Recipe #499705

    This is a recipe I found on Pinterest. I adapted it to our taste. Here is the link of the recipe for the orginal recipe http://rita-may-recipes.blogspot.ca/2011/08/lemon-brownies.html If you like lemon desserts, I'm sure you'll like this one.

    Recipe #497562

    An ancient Good Housekeeping recipe that I religiously make every New Years day. If you've never made a scratch cake, you don't know what you're missing. Using cake flour is a must. See Lennie's recipe #87689. Be sure to properly measure your flour by lightly spooning into a measure cup until overflowing then using the backside of a knife to level off. Too little flour will produce a callapsed cake and too much will have wet spots with dense layers. Cake layers freezeable. Prep time also includes assembly time.

    Recipe #406237

    3 Reviews |  By AltB

    My great-grandmothers recipe from Italy. Yummy, and so addictive! Everyone likes them or loves them!

    Recipe #309728

    From TOH Holiday magazine submitted by D. Clay. A luscious pie that has a beautiful presentation. Different from the other pies listed on this site and possibly a bit more labor intensive. Prep time does not include time to bake the pastry shell. Passive time includes the time necessary to chill in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #277227

    No eggs in this one! Love it! I grew up in South Miami and ate this often! Adapted from Florida Keys Treasures!

    Recipe #239506

    I have not tried this recipe. I got it from Tops courtesy of The Reynolds Kitchen.

    Recipe #238529

    Published for ZWT III. Recipe from cooks.com. Very simple to make, can be doubled and baked in a 'Bundt' pan or as in recipe states to create almond slices

    Recipe #235270

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Sweet and Oh so GOOOOOOOD layered pie! Will fill that crave for rich chocolate.

    Recipe #192560

    Since biscotti is a huge favorite at my house I am always searching for good biscotti recipes, this one is fantastic! --- if you make biscotti and love chocolate, then this is a recipe you should try! --- since the batter is quite stiff this dough is best prepared on a heavy-duty stand mixer, the recipe can be completely doubled to make four logs, they will keep tightly covered at room temperature for one week, or frozen for one month, feel free to use any other chopped nuts that you desired, walnuts work great with this also :)

    Recipe #141395

    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Got from nikibone.com for tour 2005 Spread coconut pecan frosting between layers and over the top of cake. Coconut Pecan Frosting Recipe #140466 German Sweet Chocolate created by Samuel German (hence its name)is a dark baking chocolate Making it more convenient for bakers to have a chocolate where the sugar was already added to it.  It is sweeter than semi-sweet chocolate and contains a blend of chocolate liquor, sugar, cocoa butter, flavorings, and lecithin.

    Recipe #140464

    Saw this on Paula Deen's show and had to try it. Uses refrigerated biscuit dough. I reduced the amount of sugar - the original recipe called for 1/2 cup sugar with the blueberries which was very sweet. The warm, bubbling blueberries are just wonderful.

    Recipe #127740

    4 Reviews |  By Olha

    This is a delicious apple pie without a bottom crust. It has a brown sugar crumble on top and very good. This pie was devoured by the three of us at one sitting, so I will make two next time. Southern Living

    Recipe #117838

    A wonderful little cheesecake for a dessert buffet. It is incredibly easy to make and looks and tastes very impressive. I saw Paula Deen make them on FoodTV and I couldn't wait to try them myself. Use canned pie filling, fresh fruit or use your imagination!

    Recipe #114580

    This is a very light moist loaf or bundt cake. This recipe uses very little flour. Very easy to make. Goes great with coffee or tea.

    Recipe #114385

    Next best to the original! On our visit to the Caribbean, we brought home the best Rum Cake I've ever had.... in fact it's the very best of all cakes I've ever had!!! I then thought I'd send for some to be shipped to us and found the price to be $35 for the med. size ( I paid $18 on the Island) So my search for the recipe began! You can not purchase Tortuga Rum ANYWHERE except in the Caribbean - Whaler's Vanille Rum should be a close match. This next best copy-cat comes from Newsgroup Rec.food.recipes.

    Recipe #108524

    I love this recipe because it is easy to mix up, I usually have everything on hand and they taste woooonderful. The frosting is optional.

    Recipe #103762

    A wonderful frosting I have used for years made in very little time with perfect results and 100% better than any canned, this frosting is so good you will find yourself eating a fair amount of it before even using it to frost with! --- choose the amount of cocoa powder you desire for either a light, medium or dark frosting, and make certain to sift the cocoa powder and the confectioners sugar before using for the recipe--- this frosting *freezes* very well so double the recipe and freeze one batch for next time --- *NOTE* for an ultra creamy fluffy milk chocolate frosting add in 1 to 1-1/2 cups thawed Cool Whip topping at the end of mixing the frosting and beat on low speed until blended ------- also see my recipe#80118 ---- recipe#282040 --- recipe#90142

    Recipe #89207

    41 Reviews |  By Lennie

    These are, in a word, sublime. This is not a recipe to cut back on the quality of the ingredients; since you're going to be buying mascarpone cheese anyway (which isn't cheap), go for the gold and buy high-quality chocolate too. I like using the Lindt dark chocolate in this. Thanks to the Cookworks Show on Food Network Canada, where I saw this recipe being prepared and immediately knew it was a winner. After baking one batch, I knew I had gone to Brownie Heaven!

    Recipe #83867

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