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Posted for Zaar World Tour II, this traditional Chilean treat is from Eliana Parra's Aunt Rose and Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant. These empanadas may also be simply made using your favorite flavor of canned pie filling.

Recipe #170687

Yummy to eat! From

Recipe #182264

A baked-on chocolate-nut topping gives this brown sugar cake a crisp self-frosting. Cut into generous chunks, it will be a hit at a picnic or potluck.

Recipe #329820

My grandmother used this recipe every summer when the peaches were ripe. She got the recipe from her church cookbook. You can use any almost any kind of fruit in the cobbler, it will still be good.

Recipe #67293

This cake is just what the title says it is---so good. You use a cake mix so it is fairly easy to make and most of the things you might have on hand. I use whatever cake mix I have.

Recipe #304943

Recipe #14087

This is a nice cake that is not overly sweet.With a hint of banana and coconut flavors that compliment one another. For the best flavor and texture make this the night before.

Recipe #227342

The second question people ask when I serve them this pie is, "What's your recipe?" It comes right after their first question—"May I have another slice?"

Recipe #169204

2 Reviews |  By JAK

My sister's favourite cake. This one only took three tries to get everything right, but WOW. A new family favourite that made a splash with its 2007 Christmas dessert table debut. (Note: This is NOT a traditional recipe, this MY interpretation of a traditional recipe. Therefore, this recipe DOES NOT and WILL NOT ever correctly include "goats milk" because I don't like it, and I don't cook with it.)

Recipe #274542

5 Reviews |  By Lali

I've made this recipe for many, many years

Recipe #12078

8 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

These cookies are so named because it's what you'll be saying while eating these wonderful treats... Nom, Nom, Nom! Serve with a tall glass of cold milk. These keep in a covered container a long time, but no worries, they will go nom, nom, nom fast!

Recipe #269338

3 Reviews |  By LAURIE

Quick, non-fancy way to get a pielike dessert without all the trouble. Just dollop on a scoop of ice cream and your desert is covered!

Recipe #122323

1 Reviews |  By Giniaa

While I was visiting my friend in Arizona, she had me help her make Sopaipillas. I loved them! They're mexican, but sold in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and other states near Mexico. You can literally point to the mountains at the back of her house and say "There's Mexico!" Mexican fried breads. Golden fried puffs, usually served with butter or honey for dessert. You can also try them with cinnamon and sugar.

Recipe #315843

25 Reviews |  By Meghan

It is a delicious carmel spread from Brazil. I got this from a friend who was an exchange student there, it is the most addicting thing ever, watch out, this is NOT low in fat...quite the contrary :)but soooo worth it.

Recipe #19142

I could not find a fried recipe here at Zaar. I don't know if I made a mistake in spelling or in looking it up.

Recipe #129885

My family loves Flan, I usually bake it in a round cake pan, But you can use ramekins. This recipe is NOT a hard as it looks. For best results make Flan a day ahead to let the caramel form a slightly liquefied layer. Time does not include cooling time.

Recipe #81465

A spectacular cake. More work than the ordinary but a lot can be done the day before. Make it for a special occasion and be prepared for raves.

Recipe #70714

I haven't tried this cake but it sure looks good. Its a Splenda Sugar Blend cake. If you try it before I do, let me know what you thought of it. Hopefully it will be yummy.

Recipe #207460

This mexican dessert is a not too sweet treat. The roll ups are a nice way to end a summer meal. For a treat, very lightly dust the roll ups with icing sugar. They are also perfect as a snack. By Mission Foods.

Recipe #170626

Using another of my _and why did I buy this_ ingredients - Media Cream, this recipe was shamelessly borrowed from _Daisy Cooks_ as in Daisy Martinez. Media Crema is sold in cans and found in the ethnic aisle of your grocery. It contains 40 calories and 4 g fat per tablespoon. For comparison, per tablespoon, heavy whipping cream contains 50 calories and 5g fat per while half & half checks in at about 18 calories and 1.5 g of fat. Note: chilling time not included in total prep time.

Recipe #244292

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