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    This is a realy tastey change from the ordinary.

    Recipe #190323

    I got this recipe several years ago from a dear friend. I have used it almost exclusively ever since. It works great as cinnamon or orange rolls which ever you please. The key is to watch them closely and not let them get brown, or they will dry out. It makes a huge batch and I have never halved them so I don't know how that would work...we just give them away and I have frozen them with good results. I often split the dough in half and make half cinnamon and half orange.

    Recipe #152403

    I have been checking out several flan recipes here, but nothing is quite like this one. We love it, rich and comforting, and We love ours warm still more like a warm custard than a chilled flan, but I'm sure it would be great anyway you want it.

    Recipe #154143

    We had this when we visited Disneyland...so yummy! Mine came w/o pecans but the last time my friend had this it came with them so it's in the recipe as an option.

    Recipe #155331

    This is from a bed and breakfast...very rich and sweet. This is good dusted with powdered sugar and served with fresh fruit. It is best used with homemade pound cake because the more dense it is the better it will hold up. This is easy to half or double.

    Recipe #129599

    This is a recipe I got from a bed and breakfast. Yummy, my kids finished of a batch tonight. This recipe would work well with fresh or frozen peaches or cherries, just cut into small pieces. They also freeze well.

    Recipe #127561

    I purchased some buckwheat out of curiosity, and then realized I had no recipes, so the hunt began and this is by far my favorite use for buckwheat! Very light.

    Recipe #126366

    This came from a friend of my mom's. She worked at a bakery and always made the best baked goods! If you are not big on a lot of topping (why else eat coffee cake) it can be halved easily.

    Recipe #124793

    This is even better if you use more than one variety of apple! Also great served warm with a caramel sauce and/or ice cream.

    Recipe #125737

    This is so moist and good. My kids love it, and it makes a great after school snack. If you'd rather ,you can omit the nuts. Also cream cheese frosting works well with this too. UPDATE: to prevent graininess from the brown sugar in the frosting, mix the brown sugar and milk together in a sauce pan and cook on medium heat till sugar is dissolved. Allow to cool and mix w/ other frosting ingredients with a hand held mixer till smooth.

    Recipe #125969

    These are a delicious and healthy "different" kind of pancake. Very yummy and all whole grain products.

    Recipe #125062

    This is such a great recipe. Kind of like a sandwich stromboli. We've made it to take on trips and picnics when we didn't want to haul a lot of stuff with us. It works well sliced on a platter for a buffet too.

    Recipe #124551

    Once again I am giving out a recipe I vowed never to reveal! What is with this site? This has got to be the easiest sour dough recipe, purists beware! It is overnight so it's not the "real" thing. However it works perfect when camping. We just put the ingredients into separate ziplock bags and if we are in the tent we put the bowl of starter to sit overnight in the car. These also double nicely, they are great!!!!

    Recipe #124403

    I found this in a magazine several years ago and it is now an all time favorite requested for any special event. It is awesome for summertime barbecues, etc.

    Recipe #123767

    This recipe is from my grandmother. She made it every summer till she passed away, and the thought of it always brings back fond memories. After she died I looked everywhere for it with no luck, until this last Easter when I was looking through my moms cookbooks (She was given all of my grandmothers books). Down on the bottom of a page I notice my grandmothers writing and it was this recipe that she had written in. What a gift! It makes me cry just writing about it. I'm so excited to be able to share it with others and help my grandmother’s gift of cooking live on. Hope you like it!

    Recipe #123904

    This is a great summertime dessert light and refreshing. Perfect to bring to a BBQ or picnic.

    Recipe #123936

    This is a yummy salad that is very simple to prepare and so good!!

    Recipe #124277

    I started grinding my own wheat and making homemade wheat bread about three years ago. I love this recipe. It makes four loaves of bread, which sounds like a lot unless you have four kids. Also it freezes great. I slice mine, put it in a plastic bread bag, and zip it in a freezer bag. It's good up to one month. I've had problems with homemade wheat bread crumbling, not so with this recipe. Another thing I've found to make a tasty bread use 1/2 hard white wheat flour and 1/2 hard red wheat flour if you can.Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #124175

    These are so fast and easy. Something a little different for breakfast. They are wonderful with maple syrup drizzled on top, and no need to butter.

    Recipe #124176

    This is a recipe from my 5th grade teacher. She was a wonderful cook who had to feed a table full of ranch hands everyday. It's so simple and fail proof, I'll never use another recipe.

    Recipe #123543

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