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    I have made this for many picnics. Yummy lemonade pie that is quick and easy to make. Cooking time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #318468

    This recipe is from the Williams-Sonoma FRUIT DESSERT cookbook, a copy of which my gracious partner in the current Cookbook Swap sent to me! It is ALWAYS best to use fruits when they are in season, but if making this recipe when they are not, frozen berries COULD be used!

    Recipe #305817

    29 Reviews |  By Merlot

    Ohhh so refreshing!! Perfect for a hot summer day & it couldn't be any simpler. Stir together only 4 ingredients & pour into the pie shell & freeze. You are gonna love this!!! (Prep time does not include freezing.) Keep a couple of these pies on hand in the freezer for when unexpected guests show up

    Recipe #33096

    Yummy banana pudding parfaits. Quick as a whistle and pretty enough to serve to guests. Would serve 4 but DH and I have eaten the entire thing before!

    Recipe #349260

    This is my grandma's oatmeal cookie recipe. Once she got a deep freeze there was always a coffee tin full of them in the freezer. Every afternoon around 3:00 or 4:00 my grandpa would come in from the fields and she'd pull a couple of them out to put on a plate for them to enjoy with their afternoon coffee. I've now passed this recipe on to my daughter who was named after her too. A definite heirloom recipe. These are a crunch cookie so full of nuts and coconut that they are like eating a bowl of granola or oatmeal in a cookie.

    Recipe #115488

    43 Reviews |  By Delish

    I love these cookies! They are slightly crisp on the outside and so soft and tender on the inside. These are my dad's favorite cookies- I made them for him often. This recipe uses both shortening and butter.

    Recipe #141488

    I was on an RV road trip from Seattle to Santa Fe, visiting friends in July 2000. We were invited to dinner at our friend's father's house. I certainly couldn't go empty handed, but i didn't bring any dessert recipes with me. I did have the current issue of Taste of Home, i hadn't read it yet, but it saved me! I found a recipe that i would be able to modify enough to make in the RV. I took it to this beautiful outdoor dinner party. Every dish there was elegantly presented. Until i set down my disposable roaster pan! I didn't know what to call this dessert, and hoped no one would know who brought it, and that's when i realized that the "wonderful Tiramisu" everyone was raving about was mine! The name stuck, and i've made it the same way ever since (although I usually present it in a glass trifle bowl). I'm sharing my very easy version with you here. Enjoy!

    Recipe #22511

    7 Reviews |  By Az B

    Yes...that is the name in the cookbook, I checked when I was given the recipe :o) These are light and tasty. Mixed in one bowl. Yeah for that.

    Recipe #340105

    These cookies are so good. I make them and freeze til ready to use. The amount really depends on how thin you slice the cookie.

    Recipe #366288

    These are so good. We love the topping.

    Recipe #43509

    Robin Perry, The Best of Country Cooking

    Recipe #19484

    When I make this coffee cake, I have to start with twice as many blackberries as called for because I end up eating them as I go along. I love blackberries! :)

    Recipe #27372

    I crave these! I have to have a reason to make these (ie ladies night) otherwise I will eat the whole pan and regret it later!

    Recipe #257190

    This wonderful recipe was in circulation when I was a kid in the 70s. Years later, a woman brought a tray of these to the office, which I instantly recognized as THOSE COOKIES FROM MY CHILDHOOD, and she refused to give me the recipe (said it was her babysitter's secret recipe)! I searched online (tried several recipes) and asked my friends and family off and on if they'd heard of it, for 10 years. I finally JUST found this online! They are SO GOOD! Bake them for your friends and family and share the recipe with the WORLD! Note, the number of cookies you get will vary - depending on how big you roll the balls.

    Recipe #107595

    62 Reviews |  By Dawnab

    An adopted recipe, I have made this ahead when having company over for and easy breakfast. Original Intro: A great moist coffee cake.

    Recipe #82594

    Creamy, lemony and refreshing. Chill time not included in cook time.

    Recipe #75448

    A family recipe I've made for years for dozens of people. Only one hasnt liked it sofar. Coconut floats to the top and crisps, while pie makes its own very good crust. Serve while warm, it will fall apart if cut hot. (oh, and use flaked/shredded sweet coconut in the bag)

    Recipe #43824

    30 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    Absolutely the best way to use zucchini! Moist and fudgy, worth the calories. My mother in law will do almost anything for me if I make her these! From Taste of Home.

    Recipe #135856

    25 Reviews |  By Lane

    I loved my grandmother's blackberry cobbler. Unfortunately, I never had the opportunity to get her recipe. This is a recipe I got from Southern Living Magazine and modified to my taste. It is wonderful!

    Recipe #19713

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