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    This recipe was given to me by my daughter's godmother; who's mother was upset with her that she shared it. This is another traditional Chamorro dessert.

    Recipe #184750

    A classic island dessert!

    Recipe #293311

    This pie brings back great memories of being stationed back in Hawaii. This was one of our favorite desserts. I'm so glad we don't have to be on the island to enjoy this great dessert.

    Recipe #316301

    Fat Free all you can eat cookies, Halfmysize. Great

    Recipe #213548

    This is the perfect chocolate pudding. It has a rich chocolate flavor, great texture and is not high in fat. I can't count the number of times I have made this. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #76491

    These cookies will make your mouth sing! If you love the flavor thar toasted nuts have, you will love these cookies. They are not a doctored up oatmeal cookie, but like a really good energy bar/cookie. These have been adapted from a bakery called "Tutti's" in Montecito, CA.

    Recipe #112707

    4 Reviews |  By Zurie

    This is a recipe from Gourmet which I have changed to be even more seductive. It is an incredible cake! There are no shortcuts with this cake, and please, try not to use subsitutions. If you really cannot find buttermilk, stir a tablespoon of lemon juice into full-cream milk and let it stand to thicken. It's best to see this as a great creative effort, forget about fat and calories, and Just Do It, LOL!! The type of cocoa powder you use does not matter -- we only get Dutch process, and it makes the cake even more chocolatey. Don't refrigerate, it improves on standing. Just keep it in a cool place, covered. ADDED on May 11, after the disaster experienced by A & A's Mom! Not sure what happened there, but to prevent any chance of the cake breaking, either spoon on the ganache carefully, or pour on from the SIDES of the top layer. I confess I'm not sure how A & A's Mom's cake split like that!!

    Recipe #321939

    35 Reviews |  By Bev

    These cookies are chewy, moist, delicious and LOADED with chocolate chips! This recipe was taken from Cuisine Magazine.

    Recipe #20763

    This is the best brownie recipe I've ever used and I've used several!

    Recipe #15072

    These are flourless brownies made with pureed black beans! You won't believe it! You can substitute spices for the vanilla. I used about 1 tsp. Penzey's Apple Pie Spice and it was terrific.

    Recipe #255239

    2 Reviews |  By Zurie

    This pudding can be mixed in a few minutes in a food processor. It forms a wonderfully nutty cake layer on top and a chewy pudding layer at the bottom. I tried to make sure there isn't a similar recipe on Zaar already, but it is an impossible task. This is a great winter pudding! (NOTE: After Deb's experience I changed the oven dish size: my fault!! You only need a dish about 2 inches deep, and about 8 x 8 inches.).

    Recipe #302075

    FLAVOR GALORE! This coffee cake makes a colorful dessert to serve guests. Servings slice well and the coffee cake makes a pretty presentation. Would make a wonderful brunch item. Easy preparation!

    Recipe #292215

    My Aunt received this recipe when she was living in Germany years ago. It is awesome! Hard to mess up, easy to change the flavor. I can't eat store bought cheesecake anymore, because this recipe has me spoiled. It is very important that the cream cheese be allowed to soften to room temperature so that the cheesecake will be creamy. The recipe listed is for a plain cheesecake, you can make any flavor though, by using different extracts, or adding berries, chips, etc, or by topping with pie filling, etc. I usually have a little bit of the crust left over. I have found that the top doesn't crack in a 13x9 glass baking dish, but it does crack when baked in a springform pan. If you aren't going to be topping it with something, you could throw a dish of water in the oven while the cheesecake is baking to help prevent the cracking. I never do.

    Recipe #252175

    This is a King Arthur cookie recipe described as dense, brownie-like drop cookies with pools of melting chocolate inside when hot from the oven. When Cooled the chocolate pools soldify into nuggets. Sounds soooo good.

    Recipe #410693

    78 Reviews |  By Manda

    This cookie is BY FAR my family's favorite cookie that always disappears first on the Christmas cookie tray! They are very simple, but kids and adults alike love this chewy, chocolaty cookie. I usually double the recipe, which will use one 12 oz. bag of M&M's. You can make these festive by using holiday M&Ms, which I love to do at Easter and Christmas

    Recipe #49591

    Shortbread cookies are a must to make for the holidays, and these pecan-filled, buttery biscuits are simply irresistible. Be sure to use real butter, not margarine, for best flavor. PLEASE, watch them as they bake. Reviewers are reporting baking times from 12 to 20 mins and I have changed the baking time from the original 30 mins to 15 mins.

    Recipe #334493

    I found this recipe while looking in a cooking for 2 magazine, it sounded delish so I increased the ingredients. Tried it tastes good. It can also be made in a 8 in. spring form pan but I like to make it in a 9 x 13 in. baking dish.

    Recipe #139549

    I got this recipe from the Kraft Food & Family magazine. Nilla wafers add an extra bit of delicious texture and crunch to this heartwarming dessert.

    Recipe #247804

    All I can say is....YUM. Watch yourself around these it's very easy to get carried away! We have these every Easter and Christmas on our cookie trays. I have two frosting recipes posted, the one I usually use is the cream cheese frosting and the other is an orange glaze. Enjoy!

    Recipe #413329

    Hands down my favorite bar recipe. My mom makes these for all of our family parties and everyone goes nuts! They are so addicting, I think I am going to make some now :)

    Recipe #407277

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