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    This is a dark, dark chocolate cake from Serendipity restaurant in New York...served with two scoops of ice cream helps because it is sooo rich This is a super chocolate cake like the one served at Serendipity Restaurant in New York...serve with a couple of scoops of vanilla ice cream to help with the overload of chocolate...

    Recipe #120230

    When you absolutely must have dessert, but you're counting calories and fat grams, here's a way to meet your goal and have a sweet too.

    Recipe #144757

    I haven't tried this yet, its from a restaurant, but plan to as soon as our wild blueberries hit the roadside stands. It sounds delicious.

    Recipe #240931

    From an Old Better Homes and Gardens Heritage Cookbook. The narrative below is from there. When the ranch cook wanted to be especially nice to the cowhands he made a boiled pudding sometimes called Son of a Gun in a Sack. Raisins or dried apples and suet were added to a soft dough. Following the old colonial method, the mass was placed in a cloth sack and boiled in a big kettle of water until done. Perhaps it got its name because it was so much trouble to make.

    Recipe #246832

    This is good, I have made it many times over the years.

    Recipe #130046

    This is a Turtle Cake recipe that makes the cake "from scratch" instead of using a box mix. It's a little time consuming but it is well worth it!

    Recipe #290006

    This is a fudgey, brownie-like cake with a chocolate cream cheese frosting and a sweet raspberry filling. It is decadence at its best.

    Recipe #90203

    1 Reviews |  By Courtly

    "If you like butter pecan ice cream, you'll love this cake. Loads of nuts are folded into the batter and toasted pecans are sprinkled over a delectable cream cheese frosting. Irresistible!" Submitted to taste of home by Phillis Edwards.

    Recipe #281974

    7 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    Started making this nearly 30 years ago but must admit a long time since I made it (so times a memory estimate). For the caramel sauce I use my own recipe of recipe #176729 - this is the only one I have used so I don't know how any others would work BUT DO NOT USE commercial caramel sauce toppings made for icecream the are to thin, you will end up with a yukky cake.

    Recipe #246057

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    A delicious cookie crust, a sweet-tart creamy custard loaded with rhubarb, topped with an (optional) amazing meringue. Works with frozen or fresh rhubarb. RHUBARB GROWING HINTS: water freely while it is growing; fearlessly remove the flower buds (they look kind of like white broccoli) before they open--if you don't the plant puts more effort into flowering than in making thick juicy stalks--can't have that!; harvest stalks throughout summer, then discontinue plucking spears in early August; snap off or cut stems at the base (right above the ground); rhubarb leaves are a GREAT mulch around the rhubarb bed, to keep the weeds down.

    Recipe #226992

    11 Reviews |  By Debber

    The plain version was a staple during my dad's Depression-years childhood; but we rarely had it when I was growing up. My children expect this at least once a month as a regular feature on our Saturday morning breakfast menu OR when we have breakfast-for-supper. Prepare the optional sausage and hard-boiled eggs ahead of time, and it goes together quicker-n-anything!

    Recipe #208434

    1 Reviews |  By Boyz 5

    With this recipe, you CAN have your cake and eat it too!! A "Company's Coming" dessert that is different and decadent.

    Recipe #209341

    4 Reviews |  By Manami

    Paula's Home Cooking, Episode: Winter Warmers. These were enjoyed by all! Many different layers of taste.

    Recipe #206967

    This just may be the best, most delicious banana cake you will ever chance to eat! In other words….this is to die for….full of scrumptiously moist pieces of banana, pecan nuts and chocolate chunks with delicate undertones of spice…all topped with a decadent caramel glaze which soaks into the cake creating the most heavenly experience ever found in a cake…

    Recipe #208010

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    If you need a "date" for Valentine's Day or to feel "rich"...then this is the recipe for you! Whooeee! Pureed dates lend such a richness and depth to this dessert, while the rum gives it a "grown-up" kick!

    Recipe #209676

    Wonderful, rich chocolate cake with fudge-like icing! Try it like this, or for an extra special kick, add a layer of creamy peanut butter to the cake before pouring on the icing.

    Recipe #210429

    This is an adopted recipe. I shall be trying it out and then post any additional information if needs be. Feel free to try it out first and share your comments!

    Recipe #7963

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    Seasonal favorite great for dessert OR even breakfast! Use canned pumpkin or better yet, bake a halved pumpkin, scoop out the meat and mash well. Mmmmm!

    Recipe #182808

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Family recipe featuring a moist cake with a "secret" ingredient from the exploding garden and a baked on topping to make it look & taste even better. Goest together lickety-split, too!

    Recipe #182438

    If you like ginger & especially ginger cakes, this is the one for you! This is the most moist and delectable ginger cake I have ever tasted! An old friend of my Mum's gave the recipe to her and she passed it on to me - it is a bit like Chinese Whispers, much changed and adapted since my Mum's friend scibbled it on the back of a napkin over 20 years ago, but still a firm favourite! It is the definitive style of a typical English High Tea Cake........get out your prettiest cake stand and your best Tea Set. At Easter time, I often cyrstalise some violets from the garden and decorate the cake with them, it looks wonderful & very spring like! NB: The size of the tin is VERY important in order to achieve a deep, moist cake.

    Recipe #210358

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