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    This cake is buttery delicious, it has a cream cheese layer in the middle and topped with a crumb topping, I always double the topping! You can also bake this cake in an 11 x 7-inch baking pan --- top baked cake with sweetened whipped cream or vanilla ice cream if desired :)

    Recipe #67856

    This pie is homemade AND quick and easy. The filling also makes a good puddding. Cook time is cooling time. Prep time does not include pie crust.

    Recipe #72112

    I love Rhubarb Cake. Caramel and orange juice make this one special. During rhubarb season we make this cake frequently.Cooking time does not include chilling time. You can bake the bottom and cook the rhubarb the night before. Make glaze and fill cake in the morning.- NOTE: it is advantageous to have a special form for the bottom, but if you us a simple round form, use a metal ring around the baked cake when you fill it. Remove carefully when filling has set.

    Recipe #168470

    Creamy filling with fresh strawberries and strawberry glaze. Does it get any better? The hours in the prep time reflect chilling time.

    Recipe #168984

    I love cooking in my iron skillet, so when I ran across this recipe while thumbing through an old cookbook, I just could not resist giving it a try.

    Recipe #159949

    This is a very fine light tasting cheesecake. A great alternative to all of those big blocks of Philly's finest.

    Recipe #23475

    I originally submitted this without trying it, as it was in response to a request. I finally got around to trying it last week, and realized there was a mistake, as the ingredients in the cake part should have read: 8 tablespoons butter, melted. Also, you can't "pour" the cake into the pan it has to be patted into the pan like a pie crust. Anyway, here is the revised version. I also cut down on the sugar, using about 12 ounces or 3/4 of the box. This is awesome-a Paula Deen classic!

    Recipe #47326

    I have no idea where the name "Japanese Fruit Cake" originated from but this is very North American. A bit of trouble & expensive to make but your family & guests will rave over the taste for it is nothing like the traditional fruit cake usually served at Christmas time. It has been in our family for years & a holiday tradition for as long as I can remember. Serve small portions as it is very rich.

    Recipe #70021

    76 Reviews |  By Ducky

    If you like lemon, you're going to love this cake! Saw this recipe being made by the Barefoot Contessa on FoodTV and just had to have it. Not being overly experienced, I was a bit intimidated by the recipe. However, it is not very hard, looks great and the taste is incredible! Cook time does not include time for the cakes to cool.

    Recipe #71344

    This is the consummate cheesecake. You won't want any other's after you've had this one. I like to take my ingredients out on Friday morning before work and bake it Friday night when it's cool and quiet. That way it's ready to serve early Saturday.

    Recipe #14561

    A favorite recipe from the 1977 "Proven Baker's Secrets to Bake Yourself Proud"--an insert from a magazine of that year. Very easy to make. Makes its own crust.

    Recipe #97930

    Here's a great way to enjoy a rich chocolate cheesecake without all the guilt!

    Recipe #123956

    I haven't tried this recipe, but i thought it sounded delicious. It was given to me by my best friend. It's a specialty of her mom's.

    Recipe #132988

    ****Please Note: The texture of this confection is more like mochi and not very much like cake.**** Another recipe from a friend...this is really a different an and mochi combination. The an is mixed right into the mochiko and it makes for a really nice flavor. The texture is really gooey, just like mochi should be!

    Recipe #140130

    People have a weakness for this New York Cheesecake, I tell ya! Its very rich...Normally I would divide the cake into 20 portions....But if you can take all the richness, 16 portions will be great.

    Recipe #170772

    Good Ol' Paula Deen

    Recipe #189647

    Emeril's Recipe..Sounds SOOO GOOD! Difficulty: Easy Prep Time: 10 minutes Inactive Prep Time: 4 hours Cook Time: 15 minutes Yield: 1 (10-inch) pie, 8 to 10 servings

    Recipe #190005

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