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These little hummers melt in your mouth!=) This recipe makes 10 dozen "mini" cookies. The dough freezes well and is great to have on hand for unexpected guests.

Recipe #162513

this recipe was given to me by a friend years ago. It is a moist, dense cake and freezes or transports well. (hence the name "picnic cake" :) )

Recipe #155185

This recipe has been in our family for many years. This fudge is not sugary-sweet. It has a rich, chocolate, creamy taste that melts in your mouth. This is also good to make for that very special someone for Valentines Day.

Recipe #49141

15 Reviews |  By JillAZ

This is from a OAMC website. These are delicious and my kids LOVE these in their lunchboxes. I put them in frozen in the morning and they thaw nicely by lunchtime. Note: I have experimented with reducing the sugar in this recipe and find it works very well. I usually make a double batch and only added 1/3 cup sugar instead of 1 cup. They came out perfect - just the right amount of sweetness.

Recipe #91412

These are delicious little treats that are actually pretty simple to make. Don't let the long directions scare you off! You can substitute any kind of jam you like. Hope you enjoy!

Recipe #135159

2 Reviews |  By Tish

I'm always looking for recipes to throw in the freezer for little snacks. These are wonderfully easy, not too many ingredients and give you the need for sweet without "having" to eat the whole batch!

Recipe #135569

this makes about 3 dozen..freezes well..

Recipe #129700

I live and grew up in the midwest and never had a clue that other people didn't use a top and bottom cobbler crust until I was grown. This crust is kneaded in order to have a true cobbler texture which is a bit tougher texture than a cake or pie dough.Cobbler may be frozen before baking. I have edited this recipe after a review brought my attenntion to a typo I made in posting. Sugar amount has been corrected.

Recipe #130926

These are delicious, chewy bar cookies that are made with ingredients we always have on hand. They freeze well too!

Recipe #56041

3 Reviews |  By P4

Another wonderful recipe from Emily Luchetti. I GUARANTEE these are the best gingersnaps you will ever taste. These cookies are a staple around here at Christmas. My Pastor begs me for a batch every year. I like to make the dough and freeze in logs, the slice and bake them when I need them.

Recipe #48654

No eggs, No sugar, No butter, can be cut into slices and frozen as I do.

Recipe #129657

Rich fudgy brownies. Good plain, or topped with ice cream and hot fudge.

Recipe #23045

This is by far my favorite brownie recipe. I have yet to find an occasion where homemade brownies would not be suitable. Freezes very well, so these are made in mass quantity in November for Christmas, and again in the Spring for the summer picnics.

Recipe #92296

This recipe is posted in honor of my Grandmother. When I was a little girl, I stayed with her during the day while my Mom worked. We made these Tea Cakes at least once a week. She was the most wonderful cook I've ever known. I hope someday to be as good as she was. (On the servings, I'm only guessing! Prep time includes chilling the dough.)

Recipe #41854

Recipe created by Todd Wilbur Dark, moist, and absolutely delicious. One of the best homemade breads I have ever had.

Recipe #18043

This bread freezes delightfully, if you slice it and wrap pieces it's fantastic to grab in the morning going out of the door. To have at night as a snack, or to pull out for tea with friends :). I hate nuts.. but you could add 1 1/2 cups walnuts or pecans if desired. EDIT:When I wrote this I failed to see how I'd missed the "simple" steps. I have a kitchenaid stand mixer with one of those pour in spouts. I drop my wet stuff in the bowl, put on the spout, put the arm down and put it on mix. I just drop in the dry as it mixes. I think it really takes me like 10 minutes max, to actually make this, and that's with the putting stuff in the bowl and adding the attachment. One poster said she'd had problems with a "baking powder taste", just try cutting it back. Cut your recipe in half and try 1 loaf, if you still have the problem, cut the powder back by 1/8th of a tsp.

Recipe #119372

This is a dense, fairly heavy cake. It freezes extremely well, and is low in sugar. It tastes sweet, like a bread but not nauseatingly sweet like some cakes.

Recipe #119379

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