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    3 Reviews |  By Noo

    A gooey, decadent dessert-a hot pudding with a molten middle--irresistible! This is perfect for entertaining, as it can be made way ahead of time. They will sit happily in the fridge overnight, or in the freezer for up to a month (baking from frozen, add 5 minutes extra onto cooking time). I strongly advise you to make some extras as an 'insurance policy’ to allow for any errors. I can assure you that they won't go to waste if all goes to plan. Once you have mastered this recipe, feel free to experiment with flavourings--add Baileys, Cointreau or finely grated orange zest to the chocolate—the possibilities are endless! Try serving it with recipe #353546. Gordon claims that this is the best selling dessert in his restaurants!

    Recipe #353558

    5 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This is an extremely moist and light coffee cake. The apples and brown sugar give it a wonderful melt-in-your-mouth flavour and the crumble topping is amazing! It's also very easy to prepare. It is modified from an Emeril Lagasse recipe. If you like nuts, you can also add some chopped walnuts, almonds, or pecans to the topping. This is great served warm or at room temperature.

    Recipe #344681

    This recipe is from Dorie Greenspan’s newest cookbook, “Around my French Table”. It's a delicious, comforting dessert, with or without the apples. The slight tartness of the apples and the decadence of homemade caramel sauce pair nicely with a creamy and not too sweet vanilla rice pudding. COOKING NOTES: Watch the pudding closely in the last 10 minutes, don’t cook it until all the milk is gone or you’ll have a stiff pudding. If you are going to chill it add more vanilla extract as the cold will mute flavors. Press a plastic wrap on the surface and let the pudding cool to room temperature. DO AHEAD: Pudding can be made 2 days ahead. Keep refrigerated. Caramel apples can be made 1 day ahead. Cover and refrigerate. Stir over medium heat until just warm before using.

    Recipe #438835

    2 Reviews |  By blucoat

    A really simple and moist cake that is more apple than cake. It's really nice to use a variety of apples, so that you have some apples that are crisp, some soft, some sweet, and some tart. Recipe is from Dorie Greenspan's newest cookbook, "Around My French Table: More Than 300 Recipes From My Home to Yours" where it's called Marie-Hélène's Apple Cake. The cake can be served warm or at room temperature, with or without a little softly whipped, barely sweetened heavy cream or a spoonful of ice cream.

    Recipe #439325

    1 Reviews |  By blucoat

    Another great recipe from Dorie Greenspan's "Baking: From My Home to Yours". This is an easy, creamy, delicious dessert (or breakfast).

    Recipe #333971

    This is a variation on Bill Granger's white chocolate mousse. It is so easy and looks very impressive. This is my go-to chocolate mousse. I have used dark chocolate and milk chocolate, and it has turned out beautifully. If you don't have blackberries, don't worry. Most berries or any tart-ish fruit pair quite well with this. The original recipe used fresh passionfruit.

    Recipe #178786

    8 Reviews |  By Lee_tah

    Taken from Jo Seagar's "It's Easier Than You Think" cookbook. Make sure the corn flour (corn starch) isn't wheaten. Also check the icing sugar is made from pure sugar, and doesn't contain cornstarch or gluten.

    Recipe #471486

    For when your recipe requires a cake mix, but you can't get them in supermarkets near you

    Recipe #182515

    This recipe was featured in an email today from the www.weightwatchers.com website. It appears to be different from the others that are posted on Zaar. "Black beans add fiber and moisture to this lightened up version of a dessert classic. They're rich and delicious, full of chocolaty goodness." Customize this basic recipe with instant espresso, a teaspoon of cinnamon or 1/4 teaspoon of cayenne pepper. Great served with whipped cream or powdered sugar, or topped with walnuts (could affect POINTS values).

    Recipe #358699

    From Weight Watchers: Simply the Best, 250 Award Winning Recipes. Delicious as-is, or even better topped with a glaze and some jam. 3 points per serving.

    Recipe #257828

    Theses delicious Brownies are only 1.5 Weight Watcher points..they are so good tastes like old fashioned fudge...

    Recipe #447787

    4 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Well I finally got around to making this delicious dessert and it is truly wonderful. This makes a fall dessert that can enjoyed without the added guilt.

    Recipe #246167

    This is so yummy. When the peaches get ripe this is made a LOT!!

    Recipe #25600

    71 Reviews |  By chia

    tyler florence knows how to use up leftover rice!

    Recipe #53081

    9 Reviews |  By sprue

    I have never been able to make tapioca pudding that calls for beaten egg whites successfully and most all recipes call for it. I finally found this recipe and it is the BEST we have ever tasted--so creamy and rich and thick and dense. Very yummy. The original calls for a vanilla bean, but it can be subbed for vanilla extract and still tastes amazing.

    Recipe #267684

    Found this at the Kraft Foods website. A must have!

    Recipe #113126

    From "Symply Too Good To Be True 3"by Annette Syms. Personally, I find mudcake to be too oily and heavy. But this reduced fat method has won me over. Makes a very satisfiying chocolaty dense cake.

    Recipe #389690

    Something to make that reminds me of Germany. I haven't tried this yet.

    Recipe #38077

    Betty Crocker Recipe Cards: Recipes Children Can Make/Card #15 It actually took a recipe that CHILDREN can make for me to achieve 100% success with the elusive yeast!!! I followed the recipe with a few exceptions (subbed cardamom for the cinnamon & bumped up the raisins). I held my breath while it was in the 'rising stage', popped it in the oven with a prayer...and out came the most beautiful, amazing, wonderful yeast bread!! This is NOT a quick bread taste and not overly sweet. However, it is cerainly sweet enough to satisfy oneself, especially with a hot cup of coffee. But wait! There's more! If you think it's good the 1st day, it is OUT OF THIS WORLD the second day!!! The yeast bread softens and the spices really are more pronounced; it was sublime heated at Medium in the microwave for a minute and then liberal amounts of fresh butter slathered on the cut edges. I plan to serve this for years to come: as an afternoon snack, for a delicious but not too sweet Brunch addition...or just because! But, I will intentionally make it the day before since the bread is one of those recipes that improves with age.

    Recipe #396602

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