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    5 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Yummy huge moist cookies that you eat for good luck. These are so named not because they will puff up like a 'belly' shape when baked, but because these are so good, if you don't eat them in moderation, YOU will! Some folks have even been known to shout.... "I want a Buddha Belly!" ;)

    Recipe #266173

    These satisfy a double-craving - caramel and chocolate!

    Recipe #107857

    This cheesecake was a runner up winner from Taste Of Home Magazine a number of years ago----all the flavor of S'mores....Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #113376

    This is caramel corn with an holiday twist! It's very addictive! I love making this and putting in small decorative bags and give as gifts to friends and teachers.

    Recipe #111867

    2 Reviews |  By MeliBug

    This sounds SO good but so bad for you :'( so i haven't gotten around to trying it yet! also I'll prob try different ice cream flavors, like cookie dough or vanilla. i might make it for a group of girls if we end up getting together for a Christmas party--we girls LOVE chocolate!

    Recipe #263938

    All my favorites rolled into one square. I'm in heaven--

    Recipe #275567

    2 Reviews |  By CoffeeB

    Peanut butter and pretzels....yum!!! Prep time includes waiting time.

    Recipe #277639

    This recipe came from someone from our church in Payette, ID, Kathy Garman.

    Recipe #262779

    My Granny's banana pudding - the only one that's worth me spending the calories on! As the recipe title suggests, I won't touch the kind made with instant banana pudding - and don't give me anything with meringue on it, either...this doesn't last much more than a day around here. Chilling time is not included in time estimates.

    Recipe #277686

    This is delicious served with whipped cream!

    Recipe #254343

    5 Reviews |  By Kim127

    This recipe comes from the Feb issue of Southern Living. Pretty presentation!!

    Recipe #76815

    With the popularity of cupcakes, these are sure to be a hit w/a surprise inside.

    Recipe #276719

    Break tradition and forget the pie! Serve this cheesecake instead. OK, I like the pie too, no reason not to have both.;-)

    Recipe #72927

    Magically making its own fudge sauce this cake will become one of your favorite last-minute desserts. Serve it with ice cream for an extra special treat. Note: if you use a dutch process cocoa you will have a richer, darker result. TIP: some reviewers have recommended "baking" this in a crockpot on High for about 2 1/2 hours and then letting it cool slightly before serving. Thanks for the tip!

    Recipe #4332

    I have never posted a recipe I haven't tried before, but I was going through an envelope of old recipes -- clippings, cards, fading paper, you know the sort of things that collect in the back of drawers. I found this one on a water-spotted and yellow paper that's ready to crumble apart. I think it may have come from an aunt, but it may have been from a woman in the church I grew up in. I remember having them at Christmas. Since the paper is crumbling I figured I'd better post it to keep it safe. THE YIELD IS A GUESS. THE SIZES OF THE CANS WERE NOT SPECIFIED. I tried to come up with the standard, US can sizes. I'll edit both once I've made it and correct it. If anyone makes it before I do please tell me how many it made for you.

    Recipe #260167

    I grabbed this recipe off a local magazine, edited it a little, and voila! It's really yummy.

    Recipe #252946

    A favorite for children and grown ups alike. A combination of corn syrup, peanut butter, and Rice Krispies with your choice of ice cream or yogurt sandwiched in between.Place a piece of plastic wrap on top of the cereal mixture and then press down with your hands if you wish to keep your hands clean. I keep a plastic quilt ruler with my baking supplies for measuring squares and pastry. From a magazine clipping. No baking required!

    Recipe #230524

    A crisp salty pretzel crust complements the creamy marshmallow-fluff-like "white" layer, with a tangy topping of strawberries in gelatin. Much like a strawberry cheesecake, but with the surprise of pretzels! For best results, make Strawberry Pretzel Jell-O only one day in advance, to preserve the crunchy texture of the pretzels.

    Recipe #4460

    Taste of Home; very rich

    Recipe #32210

    This pie won the 2006 First Place ribbon in the Peanut Butter Category of the 2006 National Pie awards. The recipe was provided by Raine Gottess.

    Recipe #197685

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