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    These are recipes that have either been tried, or have caught my attention, and are soon to be tried. There are all kinds here, and I hope to sort them soon!
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    This is not a gourmet cake, but it is a quick chocolate fix. This cake cooks in about 5-7 minutes in the microwave, yes the microwave believe it or not! Depending on your microwave as to how much pudding will be in it,it will be a cakey,brownie,pudding like dessert.I like to top it with Ice cream and fudge and whip cream for a quick Ice cream brownie treat or powdered sugar and chocolate sauce.

    Recipe #88740

    This cookie recipe is a definite must have in your recipe box!! Warning! once you start eating these... it's really hard to stop at just two.. or three.. or.. well, you get the picture. :) My Grandmother gave me this delectably delicious recipe and Everyone who has ever tried them has asked me for the recipe! After trying these, my husband doesn't want any others. And, If you are going to take these cookies, for a treat, anywhere, be sure to have the recipe with you! You WILL definitely be asked for it. They are truly the most excellent, best ever, soft oatmeal raisin cookies I have ever had!

    Recipe #67478

    No creaming or folding, this is a simple, quick and easy stand-by sponge. Choose your own filling, fruit, cream, lemon curd or jam. For a variation add some vanilla essence, lemon or orange zest to the ingredients. Requires 2 round 8 inch sandwich baking tins, greased and lined with baking paper. I sometimes need to cut a thin slice from the top of of one of the sponges to level them before I sandwich them together.

    Recipe #49244

    5 Reviews |  By Kree

    This is a delicious brownie recipe I found on the IBS message boards. It's so simple to throw together, and you would never guess that it's low-fat and dairy-free! I like the brownies best when they're cool. Yum! They were originally called "Mom's Best Brownies", but I renamed them because I didn't want to imply that this was my mom's recipe!

    Recipe #77580

    PA Grange Fair Winner 2000. The chef's name was Amy Packer and she called it Black Bottom Brownies. Check the review to see results.

    Recipe #140366

    A recipe sent to me from my Grandmother that she highly recommends. Not sure what the title is supposed to mean - but that's what she calls it! I would describe this as a light cake with tons of apple pieces in it, but in pie shape. The apple pieces are chewier than I expected; not at all like apple pie. This is a very sweet treat, so I prefer it with vanilla yogurt, instead of ice cream!

    Recipe #134175

    My mom made this, minus the apple chunks, when we were sick or as a special treat. The applesauce adds a great texture, kids love it, and if they don't like fruit, they'll still usually eat this! In fact, without the chunks or the cinnamon, it's a great treat for toddlers. I make it with cinnamon applesauce and the apple chunks as a side for holiday meals.

    Recipe #84501

    This is a wonderful recipe. It is always fun to bake something special for the holidays and this is a nice treat for Thanksgiving. It is not difficult at all 8)

    Recipe #35241

    Mac and cheese is one of the all-time comfort foods. When my kids' taste finally outgrew the boxed stuff, I came up with this recipe to satisfy their need for cheese (my daughter, in particular, is a cheese junkie). I'm sure this recipe contains influences from my Mother and Grandmother. It goes great with other comfort food staples like meatloaf, roast, pork roast, etc.

    Recipe #11463

    5 Reviews |  By Irmgard

    A low fat recipe that is great. The cake (without the caramelized banana topping) can be made by itself in a loaf pan.

    Recipe #53509

    This recipe produces a high-rising cake that is moist and delicious with or without added embellishments such as whipped cream, lemon sauce, ice cream or a sifting of powdered sugar. From a 1969 "Sunset" Favorite Recipes book.

    Recipe #120865

    Original from Secrets of Fat Free Baking.

    Recipe #123824

    you would never know this is reduced fat and lower calories...we love it..

    Recipe #129736

    This is a very yummy rich blueberry pie--nice presentation when you have guests. My daughter-in-law gave me the recipe years ago.

    Recipe #46474

    36 Reviews |  By Dorel

    You will never have soggy crusts again if you make your pie like this. You can make this and freeze it for using later. UPDATE: I just finished doing it in the microwave, so much easier than standing over a pot stirring. It took about 15 minutes, stirring after the first 5 min and every couple minutes until thick and clear looking. I added the cornstarch mixture after the first 5 minutes.

    Recipe #100281

    Lee Murphy, Knox County Health Dept

    Recipe #93131

    What could be a more romantic way to end a dinner than with truffles. I came across this quote recently- "The truffle is not exactly an aphrodisiac, but it tends to make women more tender and men more likeable." - by French gastronome Brillat-Savarin

    Recipe #131413

    This is a moist, full of fruit high-riser! I just purchased a small bag of frozen mixed berries, and added them in frozen, do not thaw, or use all blueberries if desired, or all raspberries or all blackberries! Because of all the frozen fruit, this cake will take a little longer to bake, so you might want to loosely cover the cake with foil the last 15 minutes or more of baking as to avoid browning. Make certain that your butter, eggs and buttermilk are all at room temperature for this cake, and use all-purpose and also cake flour,it will make a difference in the cakes quality! For a really nice presentation, prepare the recipe in 12 greased mini bundt tins, bake for 35-45 minutes or until the cakes test done, then follow the instructions for glazing the mini cakes, then if desired glaze with white chocolate.

    Recipe #161942

    An unusual Pennsylvania Dutch recipe: a cake in a pastry shell with a delicious layer of sauce between.

    Recipe #49772

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