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    This is quick and easy to make for that last minute "have to take something" and always gets wiped out. I have a really hard time keeping my family out of it long enough to cover it and put it in the refrigerator. We like to save the drained juices for a refreshing beverage.

    Recipe #38716

    127 Reviews |  By Pear

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

    Recipe #9240

    This is one of my family's favorite coffeecakes. The original recipe called for 3/4 cup evaporate milk with 1 Tbls. lemon juice in it and it was very good. However, using the sour cream and milk makes it even better. It is so moist and tender and delicious you will have to eat seconds! Works well for company or to give as a gift too. I always prepare it on Saturday night for Sunday morning. Just cover lightly with a towel.

    Recipe #91789

    After looking at a variety of peach cobbler recipes, I decided to use the ingredients I had on hand to make a biscuity cobbler with a layer on the bottom and some "dumplings" spooned on top. This recipe can be easily altered to taste and uses frozen or fresh peaches.

    Recipe #281854

    This simple applesauce recipe is a natural for days when you are already using the oven.

    Recipe #267316

    This is an adopted recipe. Here's what the OP had to say about it: "This is my recipe and is an excellent solution to managing your consumption of fat, triglycerides, sugar, etc., because it's all-natural without the need for any additives of any kind. Kids love eating and making this recipe, too! And it is the healthiest alternative to sugared treats. Best of all, you can eat as much as you like without any guilt -- if you do guilt with your eating program (such a waste -- see my profile)."

    Recipe #71057

    This is a great way to have strawberries and great for those hot summer days!I got this from GH&G website.This needs to be frozen for 2 to 4 hours.

    Recipe #66304

    These bars can be changed by changing the berries -- you can use blackberries, raspberries, or strawberries.

    Recipe #177527

    3 Reviews |  By Cynna

    Quick and tasty blueberry pie. I love using fresh picked blueberries for this, but I have used frozen when fresh weren't available. Comes together really fast and is great for most any occasion.

    Recipe #218739

    If you have a sweet tooth and are a lover of peanut butter then this is one you should not pass up, it has a sweet crumble that is sprinkled over the baked crust, then a delicious vanilla custard on top, then topped off with whipped cream and more crumble on top :)

    Recipe #220578

    One of my favorite things for mom to fix when I was a kid.

    Recipe #3579

    For a wonderful Fall treat or anytime of the year, this pumpkin crisp dessert is sure to please.

    Recipe #48821

    22 Reviews |  By Delish

    This stuff is out of this world! I love the combination of oats, brown sugar, and yummy peaches. Of course it HAS to be topped with vanilla ice cream. I have used fresh and canned peaches, both tasting great. But, if possible, fresh peaches are the best. I usually double the recipe to make a 9x13 pan size. I have gotten so many compliments on this easy dessert. By the way, it is really rich :)

    Recipe #136764

    A traditional autumn dessert that's delicious served with vanilla ice cream. I've often made this recipe "diabetic-friendly" without sacrificing taste or quality by using Splenda No-Calorie Sweetener. Directions are included.

    Recipe #141337

    A delicious light dessert. My cooking 'Coach' fiddled around with a few recipes and this is what she came up with. I hope you enjoy! :)

    Recipe #161275

    One of the girls in my dorm gave me this recipe. She said when her uncle (a Vermont transplant) missed Vermont, her aunt prepared this for him. It is a wonderful substitute for a traditional apple pie and is great either alone or with vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #162924

    3 Reviews |  By Karen67

    Another version of apple crisp, and one of the first recipes I learned to make when I got out on my own.

    Recipe #230756

    Easy and too good for words.

    Recipe #71109

    41 Reviews |  By Leta

    A wonderful version of the old classic, this peach cobbler has a glazed finish to the top.

    Recipe #61366

    I found this peach cobbler recipe on the internet from the Salt Lick Restaurant in Austin, TX. Everyone loves this recipe so much I have to make a double batch! Feel free to cut back on the sugar. Everyone has and the peach cobbler still comes out perfect. :D Personally, I always use two bags of frozen peaches instead of canned.

    Recipe #31901

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