These are good. Filling is extra fluffy and delicious. It is not a sugary filling. The pies are extra chocolate-ty and soft. Wrap them individually in a baggie and freeze for later or eat all of them now.
Gobs are a traditional favorite around here, but it seems that many people out of the area have never even heard of them! Also known as "Whoopie pies" or "Moon pies"...whatever you call them, they are FANTASTIC!! Kids love them. Add food coloring to the icing depending on the occasion. (Red for V-day, green for St. Patty's, etc.) They also freeze well.
I made this cake once for a boy scout auction and it sold for $75.00! I wanted to say..."it's a cake mix!" but of course I didn't. Sometimes cake mixes can make fantastic desserts...this is one of them!
From Vegetarian Times, this simple and elegant dessert is a snap to throw together. Begin with the best ingredients and you'll end with a delicious dessert. Sometimes pumpkin pie is too heavy for the Thanksgiving meal and this recipe fits the bill perfectly. Experiment with another flavor of jam if you choose.
I learned this recipe from my mother 50 years ago. The recipe is always asked for. A great hint of lemon and if you nuke a slice the next day for about 16 seconds it becomes light again just like when it was baked. I have edited the recipe as a couple of points were not clear to two others who baked the cake. I have step by step pics at http://www.grouprecipes.com/46411/cheese-cake-supreme.html
CREAMY DELICIOUS!! At our annual Blanchard Reunion, Aunt Marguerite would always bring this pie. For desserts it would be the first to disappear. The recipe for this pie was always requested. I have not seen a similar one. The toasted pecans give a wonderful flavor. Easy preparation!
This is a recipe for a very yummy chocolate cake. I went through a lot to get this recipe perfect. But I have it now and thought that I should share it, since this is a cake loved by many. It's rich and creamy, good for adults and kids. And trust me, you'll love it. The key with this cake is taking it out of the oven at the correct time.
I originally submitted this without trying it, as it was in response to a request. I finally got around to trying it last week, and realized there was a mistake, as the ingredients in the cake part should have read: 8 tablespoons butter, melted. Also, you can't "pour" the cake into the pan it has to be patted into the pan like a pie crust. Anyway, here is the revised version. I also cut down on the sugar, using about 12 ounces or 3/4 of the box. This is awesome-a Paula Deen classic!