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    I just love the smell of freshly baked bread,that alone is enough to create warm cozy thoughts and memories, but I bet the taste of this bread is just heavenly! 8)

    Recipe #33951

    26 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    Easy and economical to make for use to make your own pies and tarts. Times given are when using a food processor, if doing by hand add another 5 minutes. Don't include chill time. If you have hot hands would advise using a food processor. You end up with enough for 2 tart cases (9") or for the top and bottom of a 9" pie. If using for a sweet dish add 2 teaspoons sugar after you rub in butter. Use as is for savoury dishes. I have edited this to 8 serves for if used as 2 bottoms or a top and bottom it would equate to 8 serves, giving a truer nutritional panel. Still does not include sugar for sweet pastry. Please note referring to a 250ml metric cup for USA cups + 2 tablespoons.

    Recipe #177343

    These cookies are loaded with coconut and toasted is YUMMMM! I always use almond extract! Cooking time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #259194

    A nice, tangy citrus tart. I love these with a large dollop of thick, thick cream. Prep time includes blind baking the pastry, or you could purchase a ready made one.

    Recipe #79413

    Cooking time includes 4 hours chilling. This is fairly easy to make and looks great with some mint leaves as a garnish. From Great American Recipes card series.

    Recipe #247658

    Quick to make, but does require some chill time (3 hours, included in cook time). From Great American Recipe card series.

    Recipe #247102

    My dad has been making this for me ever since I was a little kid. This recipe is nice because there is not a lot leftover to tempt you for breakfast :)

    Recipe #247088

    Light & easy to make. Cook time includes 1 hour to chill. From Great American Recipes card series. Other berries may be used in place of strawberries.

    Recipe #247100

    this recipe was given to me and it was fantastic. (From Great American Recipes card series)

    Recipe #194813

    If you like the chocolate chip cookies with the pudding in them (recipe #69521) you should try these too. They are the best oatmeal cookies I have ever had. So soft and yummy! I usually use butterscotch pudding. If I use the vanilla pudding, I put butterscotch chips in them instead of raisins.

    Recipe #101129

    I have tried other recipes and had my souffle fall. This one worked perfectly, I actually went and got one of my dinner party guests as soon as I took them out of the oven and said "holy cow it actually worked". They rose beautifully. So much for the berry coulis I had planned to put in the sunken middle :) I got this from Cooks Illustrated and wanted to share because it worked so well.

    Recipe #246368

    Adjust the amount of sugar based on the berries you are using and what you want the finished product to be served with. I listed the amount I use, but I prefer it on the not too sweet side. Fresh berries would also work, but I would decrease the sugar further.

    Recipe #246371

    Easy weeknight desert can be cooked while eating dinner. You can double the fruit, but it may take more time to cook. Also good to add cinnamon &/or nutmeg to the batter, depending on your taste.

    Recipe #246264

    This recipe was given to me by my good friend, Marlene.

    Recipe #246259

    A simple classic. Ground nuts or chocolate chips may be added.

    Recipe #246232

    One of my all time favorites. These have a similiar texture to shortbreads, but are not that sweet.

    Recipe #246231

    These are the soft kind of sugar cookies. Make sure to store them in an airtight container.

    Recipe #246230

    Moist cake-like oatmeal cookies.

    Recipe #246137

    These cookies melt in your mouth. The pudding makes the texture so smooth and delicious. It's funny, these cookies were originally suppossed to be made with vanilla pudding, but I made a mistake and put in chocolate pudding and they were wonderful! If you're in the mood for chocolate then makes sure to use chocolate pudding instead of vanilla!

    Recipe #78350

    Crisp sugar top, warm center, what else is there to say? Try crystalized ginger and orange zest instead of the vanilla bean for a change of pace.

    Recipe #245604

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