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    Found in Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #89020

    This frosting reminds me of marshmallows--but not as sweet. It was originally part of another recipe, but I think it would be great on a variety of cakes. Active prep time includes cooking time.

    Recipe #202071

    The ultimate lemon curd. Recipe can be increased as much as you like. Serve with scones, biscuits, toast etc. Can be used as a tart filling, cake filling and as an ingredient in lemon buttercream

    Recipe #37890

    This is my favorite chocolate cake. No fuss, no mess and very moist. Back in the early days when it was paycheck to paycheck, this simple dessert made it into his lunchbox many a day because it was cheap and simple. No eggs, no milk.

    Recipe #29935

    This recipe goes back over 20 years, I like the simplicity of this recipe and for a one bowl cupcake they are pretty darn good, 1-1/2 teaspoons almond extract may be used in place of the vanilla, using butter in place of shortening will alter the texture it is best to only use shortening --- if you don't have paper liners grease the tins generously or see my recipe#78579

    Recipe #89751

    These are a family favorite, best served warm with a glass of cold milk.

    Recipe #38222

    Not as bizarre as it sounds, Guinness (or dark german ale) is great in dishes. Haven't tried it yet but sure plan to. When the men say "get me a beer" you can hand them a cupcake :) Found this on a bigcity blog, and the comments were raves.

    Recipe #260955

    You can mix this up in a hurry.

    Recipe #38966

    Recipe #211987

    I won a Blue Ribbon for this cake in 1986 at the Ohio State Fair.

    Recipe #28684

    This is a MUST if you have never tried a homemade Angel Food Cake. I never liked Angel Food Cakes until the neighbor lady invited me over for coffee shortly after I was married. That was almost 15 years ago, and my children and husband always ask for this for special occasions. Thank you Artie, for being a wonderful friend and for the recipe!

    Recipe #12591

    2 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Rich, intensely-flavored dessert from Fine Cooking. I made this especially for my husband, whose #1 drink of choice is espresso. You'll definitely want to use top-quality chocolate and, of course, good, fresh coffee beans. I used 8 ounces of bittersweet chocolate, rather than the semisweet/unsweetened combination, and refrigerated overnight before serving. The original recipe listed double-strength coffee as an alternative to the brewed espresso, but I would only use this if you have no means to brew espresso, or, at least, access to purchased shots.

    Recipe #140413

    66 Reviews |  By Bev

    This is Southern Living's most requested recipe.

    Recipe #42827

    This cake is out of this world! I got everyone hyped about it when I spoke of making it for my Mom's birthday. This recipe calls for store-bought lemon curd but I like to use Bev's Lemon Curd recipe!

    Recipe #95914

    The FoodTV chef Giada De Laurentiis prepared this recently on her show "Everyday Italian." The episode featured a "Polenta Party" but this light cake sounded so much like it could be a great addition to Thanksgiving or Christmas menus that I wanted to get it down and post it for folks that might want it for their holiday tables. :) It would also be good for Easter! We made the cake for a recent Italian dinner party, and it was a nice, light ending to the meal.

    Recipe #108984

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A legacy of Dutch colonialism, this "thousand layer cake" is often served after the rijsttafel but will do equally well served with the coffee or tea. This is a very rich cake and should be served in thin slices. I found this at Indochef.com I've made something like this years ago. (This is optional) Spread a thin layer of warmed jam and every 2 layers and spread chocolate after the next 2 layers of batter was baked. Be sure to stay with the cake as you cook it. My picture show of the cake made in a 10 inch so you'll get more layers when baking in a 9 inch. This is also great without the spices and just the jam and chocolate layers.

    Recipe #187343

    58 Reviews |  By Marie

    An extremely light and not too sweet Italian cake recipe that has been in our family for over 50 years. Easy as can be to prepare! Wins raves every time.

    Recipe #39404

    6 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Very good cake that the whole family enjoys. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (February 1985)

    Recipe #113689

    This is an excellent, excellent cake, although not inexpensive to make. You can make it dairy free, just don't use butter on the pans. It can also be made gluten-free, if you use rice flour. I have not given instructions for icing it, but it should be iced and generally presented quite formally; this is a special occasion cake. I like either a chocolate frosting or glaze on this. Also I have tinted and rolled out marzipan which I then cut with cookie cutters and used to decorate the iced cake. If I put a chocolate glaze on it, I like to add a thin layer of apricot jam over the cake first. "Go nuts!" (Prep time does not include icing or decorating the cake.)

    Recipe #67458

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