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    2 Reviews |  By Susie D

    Are you looking for something special for a wedding or shower? This apple couple is adorable and would make a cute edible centerpiece. Use two jumbo apples for a bridal couple or small apples for wedding favors. A firm, crisp apple works best for this project. It is also helpful if you look for apples that "sit" up properly. You will also need the following supplies: 1 12" circle of white tulle, 1 20" length of white satin 3/4-inch ribbon, 1 20" length of black satin 3/4-inch ribbon, and tacky glue

    Recipe #186155

    Yes, this seems weird. But it DOES work! Try this method of cooking for use in salads or any dish that calls for cooked chicken. It makes moist, flavorful meat -- the flavor isn't all boiled out into the broth, and it doesn't get the sort of carmelized flavor of roasting, which I don't care for in a chicken salad. If you do Once-A-Month Cooking, this is a great way to prepare a lot of chicken for the freezer. The 90 minute cooking time is actually 60 minutes of standing after (approximately) 30 minutes to boil the water twice.

    Recipe #33104

    Simply start with a mix,this is a chocolate treat like no other. Decadent chocolate brownie with a peanutty crispy topping, for kids of all ages !!

    Recipe #166976

    These decadent brownies have a full-serving of vegetables plus plenty of vitamins and fiber thanks to the shredded zucchini mixed into the batter. Recipe is from a local magazine. The number of servings really depends on the size they are cut.

    Recipe #294932

    If you are looking for a dark chocolate cupcake then these are not for you, they rise simply beautiful and come out just perfect, they' re so easy to make everything is mixed in one bowl with a wooden spoon! --- top these with my recipe#89207

    Recipe #116989

    Haven't tried this. Came from a Weight Watchers message board. Number of servings is a guess.

    Recipe #280107

    Alice Pike was my maternal Grandmother. When my mother was a child her mother managed 2 employee's lunch counters, first in a cotton mill in St. John, New Brunswick and then in Eaton's in St. Catharines, Ontario. In both places Alice Pike's brownies were famous favourites and always sold out. In St. Catharines Eaton's employees were often asked by the Kresge's employees (from across the road) to buy brownies for them, which were only available on Fridays. She always turned down the endless offers to sell them by the dozen as she could always make more money selling them individually. She was a smart cookie! Well, now you can make as many as you like! They are moist and super chocolaty!

    Recipe #62703

    9 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    These brownies are so easy because they are start with a cake mix! I've tried making brownies before with a cake mix, but I've never had much luck until finding this recipe.

    Recipe #110912

    This is Mom's favorite chocolate cake. Easy to make and has a little different twist. Also has no eggs or dairy products. Pick your favorite frosting for the top--Mom likes 7-minute the best.

    Recipe #40237

    126 Reviews |  By Pear

    Who would have thought something so easy could be so delicious!

    Recipe #9240

    Oreos, cookies, muffins what can be said--a match made in heaven. Treat yourself!

    Recipe #11706

    215 Reviews |  By Linda

    This recipe is very easy to put together and takes practically no time to make. Try other flavors of cake mixes if you like. When I make them, I use 2 cups (total) of peanut butter chips and chocolate chips mixed together. Very easy to whip up at halftime!

    Recipe #15559

    Recipe #167744

    3 Reviews |  By dojemi

    Are you ready for some football? Take these treats along on your next tailgate party...........just wrap individually in plastic wrap. Me? I prefer to eat them anytime!!!

    Recipe #110020

    This is a REALLY popular Aussie dessert-one that you often find at potlucks. It's simple and yummy-what more could you ask for! Editing to add the photo is of a double mixture. Additional photos show the steps involved making this ring.

    Recipe #42453

    Great recipe from kindergarten!!! What else could "W" represent but great, chocolate waffles? These are really good frosted or covered with whip cream and chocolate syrup. :)

    Recipe #74010

    I found this on a website. Sorry, I can't remember which one. I fixed it for a church potluck and came home with none.

    Recipe #87891

    Family friend for Terry Donaldson Recipe Introduction This is the second one let me know how they turned out.

    Recipe #78298

    This cake makes it's own chocolate sauce. It's wonderful served warm with ice-cream.

    Recipe #22611

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