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    Another fast and easy recipe that is loved by all - I think everyone loves chocolate chip cookies, well this is is just in a bar form and so delicious -

    Recipe #380005

    This is a very nice treat for the family - the kids will simply love them -

    Recipe #379779

    Canelés de Bordeaux, also know as cannelé Bordelais, are magical French bakery confections, little fluted cakes with a rich rum and vanilla interior enclosed by a thin caramelised shell. This brilliant recipe was developed a long ago by an anonymous Bordeaux cook, whose innovation has been subjected to 300 years of refinements. Glossy and dark brown almost black at first sight, bittersweet at first bite, the crunchy burnt sugar canelé-shell makes an exquisite contrast to the smooth, sweet filling, fragrant with vanilla and rum. These little cakes have recently gained cachet after years of neglect, to the extent that they may one day rival the popularity of crème brûlée in the category of caramelized French desserts. Baked in special tin-lined copper moulds, these delicious dessert cakes are often served with Cognac and Wine if you partake of a local degustation! The copper moulds are quite hard to find even in France - if you cannot find them, then these cakes can be made in individiual dariol moulds, small pudding basins, or the silcon moulds which are quite easy to find. This recipe makes 12 to 16 canelés, depending on the size of your moulds. Traditionally beeswax is used to line the moulds, I have dispensed with this and have suggested a sprinkling of sugar inside the well buttered moulds.

    Recipe #286400

    Makes a simple and wonderful dessert, or a delicious and indulgent breakfast!

    Recipe #239454

    Creamy cream cheese layers with a delicious chocolate center, these bars freeze wonderful.

    Recipe #85976

    Recipe #378651

    9 Reviews |  By Redsie

    From Eagle Brand's 150 Years of Magic. Will try them soon... as they sound like something my mom used to make!! Can use regular or low fat Eagle Brand.

    Recipe #197708

    From the Take-Out Menu Cookbook

    Recipe #318494

    One of our family favorites for the ice cream machine. Prep time does not include the time for freezing.

    Recipe #359222

    Beautiful men are called "mangoes" in Mexico. This is a scrumptiously easy, wickedly tasty tribute to the man of most women's dreams.

    Recipe #141766

    This is an often requested recipe that is easy to make and delicious to eat. Prepare it for your next potluck or bake sale.

    Recipe #46003

    My sister-in-law is not a "sweets" eater, but she enjoyed these.

    Recipe #51284

    These are moist and a good keeper. Chocolate and orange are go-togethers.

    Recipe #54486

    This is so good, more like candy than a square.

    Recipe #54487

    This may sound gross (its made with prune baby food) but believe me, you'll be surprised at how good they are. I like these better then normal brownies and these are healthy and the prune really keeps them moist and chewy. Best brownies ever!

    Recipe #375751

    This tart is covered with paper-thin lemon slices that have been poached in syrup. However, you can make this tart with or without the sliced lemon topping.

    Recipe #375341

    7 Reviews |  By Sage

    Here is a great bar; so easy and full of coconut.

    Recipe #314508

    I saw this in the Food Network magazine. It's been sitting in my kitchen for weeks, waiting for the right time to make it. I'm submitting it here for ZWT5. It sounds delicious!

    Recipe #370551

    Here's a Texas twist on the classic Western Canadian dessert bar, with peaches and pecans.

    Recipe #349282

    You can use any kind of liqueur you want; I used Kahlua.

    Recipe #151688

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