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    161 Reviews |  By DebM

    This is a awesome Blueberry muffin recipe. Double it to make large muffins. I sometimes add cinnamon to the batter.

    Recipe #51997

    This recipe is posted in response to a request. Recipe Courtesy of Ming Tsai from www.foodtv.com I haven't tried it personally, but it looks really yum! It was suggested that this cake be served with this wine : Bonny Doon Muscat Vin de Glaciere.

    Recipe #44335

    1 Reviews |  By vitalev

    This cake is moist and not-too-sweet. It bakes in a 9-inch pan, so it is perfect for smaller group gatherings. The sprinkling of nuts and brown sugar provides a nice accent.

    Recipe #114425

    We love this cake. A good old fashioned recipe with lots of taste. More like a bar than a cake.

    Recipe #94279

    When life hands you lemons, make lemon pound cake! Moist on the inside and striped with a sweet glaze, yummmm...

    Recipe #102444

    This warm apple and cinnamon bake happily doubles as cake or dessert. It is a winning combination of buttery sponge and apples, topped off with a golden cinnamon glaze. It's the perfect anytime treat!

    Recipe #134880

    4 Reviews |  By Olha

    The cookies are baked on a thin, edible wafer called oblaten. Oblaten are crisp, white wheat wafers that are available in specialty food shops. If you do not have a specialty food shop that handles oblaten, check with a local religious supply house. Wafers that are used for communion come in various sizes, including 2 3/4 and 3-inch diameters, and can be used for lebkuchen.

    Recipe #88038

    This chocolate pie is not only a Southern traditional dish, but my mom has to make 2 to take to church lunches. Most people go back for dessert only to find all the pie gone - the smart ones get their piece on the first trip through. This is pie is also served as "birthday cake" on most everyone's special day. And the only way to top it off is with a piled-high meringue!

    Recipe #86306

    This delicious dessert is so-named because it is served in a "gratin-dish". (There is no cheese.) It is our loss that nature gives us strawberries and rhubarb together, only in the spring. However, rhubarb can be picked and frozen to be enjoyed throughout the year, and supermarkets do import beautiful strawberries in the off-season. Here then, is a lovely combination. If you enjoy a "tipple" with your dessert, a sweet strawberry or cherry fruit wine is suggested.

    Recipe #63332

    Store batter in the refrigerator for up to six weeks. You can bake a fresh supply every day, if you like. Origin of recipe unknown; it was given to me by a friend many years ago. Very high sugar content (ie white sugar, brown sugar, molasses, raisins). I would caution persons with diabetes to monitor their glucose levels very carefully. Maximum enjoyment for diabetics = 1/4 muffin at a sitting.

    Recipe #58087

    BET YOU CAN'T HAVE JUST ONE PIECE! This recipe is the most delicious I have ever made, or developed. Of course the basis for a good Banana Bread was originally developed during the days when our ancestors used the palms of their hands to measure flour, and plain soda as rising agents. I would not recommend this; how things have changed and improved, and I am glad they did. Banana Bread is a staple in our home; unfortunately I must monitor my personal consumption because of health implications. I am happy to share my recipe with you and know you will enjoy it as much as my own family. To increase the number of loaves, simply multiply the recipe accordingly. Because BANANA/LEMON SENSATION freezes so well, I habitually bake these in large quantities; (up to a dozen loaves), preparing and cooking two at a time. Your oven may accommodate more than two loaves at a time, but I have found that any more than two loaves in an oven will result in uneven baking of the product. The loaves at the rear of my oven will overbake while the front loaves are lighter in colour, and will take a little more time for centres to cook. Suggest also making more than one loaf; a family of four will polish off an entire loaf at one sitting, because you can't have just one piece! Better make several, and put a couple away for future consumption. Kids will love the snack after school. You cannot hide anything; the aroma of baking BANANA/LEMON SENSATION tells all.

    Recipe #64954

    This recipe came from Quick Cooking (one of the best magazines Reiman Publishing came out with next to Taste of Home and all the others!). When you're doing massive quantities of cookies, any short-cut is appreciated. This recipe uses refrigerated cookie dough. And really, who's gonna know? Just spruce it up a bit and keep your mouth shut and take 100 % of the credit. (You could make your own sugar cookie dough too if you desire...either way, these are beautiful on a holiday tray!)

    Recipe #143570

    A delicious, incredibly easy way to dress up fresh apples for an quick snack. Enjoyed by both kids and adults alike.

    Recipe #117194

    I walked in my kitchen while this was baking and I thought I would melt and run down in my shoes. It smelled SOOO good in there...the apples..the cinnamon...HEAVEN! I cannot take credit for this, however. I got it from an e-zine I get in the email. I immediately got in my car and bought the ingredients, came home, and whipped this up. Since I'm diabetic, I'll be sending it off to Pop's for the shop monkey's (the shop mechanics/my taste-testers) approval. If they like it, it's a keeper!

    Recipe #137524

    5 Reviews |  By Molly53

    A beautiful German cake posted in response to a recipe request. Originally posted to CDKitchen by Anita Gamache.

    Recipe #66517

    3 Reviews |  By Bergy

    By rice cakes I mean those round dingamazoos that look like styrofoam and if bare taste like it too. This is a delicious breakfast ready in minutes, healthy & quite low in calories . I posted an earlier version of this recipe#12659 done with tomatoes, hot sauce & a bit of cheese. Love this recipe now that the berry season is here

    Recipe #66846

    Recipe #5264

    From the American Diabetes Association. Wonderful and healthy to-go breakfast for kids and adults! Freeze well in individual portions.

    Recipe #128810

    These are lemony and crunchy. I don't remember where I got the recipe from. It's scrawled on the back of an old electric bill envelope. I THINK it came from a mom at a PTA meeting many years ago... The size isn't hard and fast, but if you make the logs bigger your yield will be different.

    Recipe #100664

    It's funny....when going through recipes to find one to post, each recipe brings back a memory. This is from a girl I met when our boys were in pre-school together. The boys are in college now, so this is a tried and true recipe. Anyway, this cake is fabulous. You can also substitute blueberry pie filling for the cherry. What I've also done is made these into mini muffins. I put a little batter into each muffin cup then put a tad of cherry pie filling onto each of the muffins, and voila, you have these buttery muffins with cherry filling hiding inside. YUMMY!

    Recipe #101656

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