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    5 Eggs: Dessert

    The cookbook contains recipes using a total of 5 eggs. For example, 2 whole eggs and 3 egg yolks = 5 eggs. Not all recipes are mixed as such. Dig around! If you notice a recipe that ought to be in here, please let me know! Thanks.

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    I've adapted this recipe to be fat-reduced, so you can eat more!

    Recipe #80981

    1 Reviews |  By CinLin

    This is a wonderful basic low carbohydrate cheesecake that was posted on the lowcarbfriends website by "Beachgirl" (a different Beachgirl than the one who posts here on recipezaar?). The basic recipe can be varied many ways by adding different flavored extracts or berries (note the blueberry option).

    Recipe #81155

    This is from my Southern Living cookbook.

    Recipe #82068

    High, light, fluffy, delicious company cheesecake. My favourite, always a great success..

    Recipe #84877

    Received this recipe from David Rosengarten on his Taste TV program. Made it was super and nice and easy. I had many requests for the recipe. Serve with a dollop of Devon cream.

    Recipe #85390

    This is a very old family recipe. I remember eating and enjoying this hand churned ice cream when I was very young and living in Missouri at the time. The preparation time depends on the type of ice cream maker you have. I've listed only the time it takes to assemble the ingredients. It's best to freeze the ice cream a few hours before serving to harden it. If you have a smaller ice cream maker, you can adjust the recipe.

    Recipe #85742

    6 Reviews |  By chia

    This is a bit different than the other baklava recipes posted here. Make this a day in advance so the syrup has time to soak in.

    Recipe #88326

    These are really similar to the pancakes/crepes that I had for the first time last week on a studytour in Russia. They can be dessert or breakfast or whatever. There were a lot of options for fillings, mostly it looked like different flavors of jam, but I don't like fruit so I had mine plain there and found this recipe for a cheese filling when I got back home.

    Recipe #89076

    This is a copycat recipe From www.TopSecretRecipes.com for the Raspberry Truffle Cheesecake from The Cheesecake Factory Cook time includes refrigeration/cooling time.

    Recipe #90319

    This is the recipe I got from my mother. It's a favorite and often requested at family gatherings.

    Recipe #91356

    Creamy, refreshing, rich, and delicious beyond belief. The ingredients list contains some unusual items, but it's truly worth seeking these out and investing in them. You're guaranteed to prepare this over and over again. Relatively simple to prepare with maximum results. This is not for the faint-hearted or the calorically challenged. Enjoy!

    Recipe #100175

    This is my Mom's famous Chess Pie. It was always one of the first to sell out at the Church bake sales. Rich and creamy and easy as can be. A dieter's nightmare - but quite the tasty treat.

    Recipe #100208

    Rich and Creamy Flan with a beautiful amber sauce makes for a striking presentation. If you like cheese cake you will love this. You can add a bit of Amaretto Liquor if you like, or serve with a little Kahlua Liquor and a dollop of whipped cream. This requires a standing time of 3 hours and 20 minutes before serving.

    Recipe #52285

    4 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    I was searching the web for directions on preparing sugar pumpkins for puree and stumbled across this recipe. A wonderful fall treat! This is easy to make and an elegant dessert for those special times.

    Recipe #102439

    from today's NY Times, this is a perfect autumn dessert. you can now buy almond flour at trader joes, or you can grind up your own in a food processor.

    Recipe #103143

    This is an extremely rich cake which is easy to prepare. The inside is soft and rather creamy. While it is great the first day, we think the flavor improves the second (if you still have any left!). Cooking time does not include cooling time in the oven.

    Recipe #109941

    1 Reviews |  By sipime

    is an easy cake and delicius at the same time...you can put bananas, pineaple or other fruit in stead of apples.

    Recipe #110882


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