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    Sweets For The Sweet, Sugar For My Tummy!!!

    Cakes, Cookies, Pies, Candies And Anything Else To Satisfy A Sweet Tooth!
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    69 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This makes A LOT of cookies, perfect for gift-giving.

    Recipe #15229

    113 Reviews |  By Kim1

    I got these from a co worker and she told me they tasted like Girl Scout Cookies so I tryed them. I am do have to say they taste as close to the Girl Scout cookies as you can get. Prep times includes the chilling.

    Recipe #48641

    69 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    This is the chocolate chip cookie recipe I've been using ever since I was given the recipe by a friend at work, who is an excellent baker! My kids love these cookies and request that I make them often!

    Recipe #76416

    What can I say about these amazing pumpkin cookies... they are absolutely delicious! Let me put it this way. I baked these every year at Thanksgiving time for my job. My co-workers would come up to me two months in advance to make sure I was making them. One girl who resigned actually called me and asked what day I was bringing them in so that she could stop by - just for these cookies! Another co-worker said she didn't even like pumpkin, but she loved these. The consistency is more cake-like than cookie. The glaze on top of these cookies is fabulous! At least, I think so. I noticed a few of you who rated this recipe said it was too sweet. That is why I suggested it may be omitted, or if you wish, use your own icing. Lots of you have added nutmeg.. hey, make it all your own. That's what this is all about! : )

    Recipe #185445

    I first saw these at a bake sale and was so impressed. You bake a ball of dough in a mini-muffin tin, bake, and press a Reese's peanut butter cup into it after you take it out of oven. You are left with a picture-perfect tart, receiving "oohs and aahs" and "how did you do it?" You could even use the refrigerated sugar/peanut butter cookie dough too.

    Recipe #113299

    This moist bread has been in the family for as long as I can remember. I like it because it's easily thrown together in one bowl and very moist -- perfect for a snack at work or school!

    Recipe #17123

    ZUCCHINI COBBLER TASTES LIKE APPLE PIE

    Recipe #9795

    Don't you just love it when you can get your daily vegetable requirements from the dessert you eat? And a chocolate dessert at that!

    Recipe #18693

    I won a Blue Ribbon for this cake in 1986 at the Ohio State Fair.

    Recipe #28684

    13 Reviews |  By Mel T

    This is a fabulously moist carrot cake that my family has been making for over 25 years. I'm not sure where the original recipe comes from but I really, really appreciate the person who thought this up! It is an extremely quick and easy cake to make, but everyone will rave! For an even more decadent treat, frost the cake with your favourite cream cheese frosting.

    Recipe #108615

    This is *the* best angel food cake recipe, I have made it for years --- make certain that the egg whites are room temperature, and there is no trace of yellow yolk on them, or they will not whip up to the fullest, the almond extract can be replaced with 2 teaspoons vanilla, this cake is wonderful served with a strawberry glaze over it or frost with recipe#272209 :)

    Recipe #120178

    3 Reviews |  By Malriah

    Posted in response to a request on the message boards for a Cooking Light Magazine Blueberry dessert recipe.

    Recipe #71098

    Someone sent me this in an email once. Nice change of pace from the usual vanilla angel food.

    Recipe #28138

    34 Reviews |  By dojemi

    This is strawberry-shortcake-mixed-together! Quite delicious, especially on a warm summer evening. It can also be made in a Bundt pan (very lightly sprayed with Pam) served with frozen strawberries (thawed) and cream.

    Recipe #25825

    21 Reviews |  By Bec

    This is a recipe that my mom got from a co-worker. We haven't tried it yet, but we have been told that it is amazing how good it is for being so easy to prepare!

    Recipe #105304

    3 Reviews |  By PanNan

    A gorgeous and delicious angel food layer cake. You can make the angel food cake ahead of time, or buy a pre-made angel food cake. I clipped this from a magazine a long time ago. This is great in the summer time when you don't want to heat the oven.

    Recipe #122369

    This is from the Splenda web site. Their new "Splenda Sugar Blend for Baking" is used in this angelfood cake. I've not tried it yet but wanted to post this as to put into Sarah's Diabetic Cookbook.

    Recipe #126292

    I love chocolate and angel food cake, so this seems like it would be awesome! I bet it would be good served with strawberries instead of the frosting, as well. Cook time includes chilling the frosting, if making. ZWT 3: U.S. (angel food cake)

    Recipe #152906

    This cake is different in that it has red, white and blue sprinkles which makes it perfect for 4th of July! Change the color of the sprinkles and you can use this for any celebration! And now a little history: Angel food cake is also called ice cream cake (a Pennsylvania Dutch wedding cake). It is felt that the abundance of cake molds in southeastern Pennsylvania, one of the major producer of cake molds, indicates that the angel food cake originated there in the early 1800s. Some historians think that the first angel food cakes were probably baked by African-American slaves from the South because making this cake required a strong beating arm and lots of labor to whip the air into the whites. Angel food cakes are also a traditional African-American favorite for post-funeral feasting.

    Recipe #238167

    Not sure where the name came from or how many this makes.

    Recipe #213846

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