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    Rich in flavor, and a definate crowd pleaser.

    Recipe #463642

    These are so good, they've been the hit of the party everywhere I take them.

    Recipe #405560

    Try bringing the fun of caramel apples into your kitchen with this Butterscotch Apple Crisp. Chopped nuts and oatmeal make for a chewy and delicious baked dessert perfect for crisp Fall nights.

    Recipe #387926

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This recipe comes from http://www.joyofbaking.com. I found it in a search for the best apple tart on the web and I think this is it! [quote]"Whatever the fruit, its harvest time is our signal that the fruit is at its optimum flavor. Apples are no exception. Although apples do store well, their texture and flavor is still superior when first picked. Please take the opportunity, if you have an apple orchard nearby, to try locally grown varieties. Once you taste a freshly picked apple with good texture and flavor, you will no longer be satisfied with the poor selection we are faced with at our grocery stores. So although this recipe suggests using Granny Smith apples, you can substitute any firm apple that will keep its shape when baked. Some suggestions of locally grown apples that I use are Mutsu Golden, Rome, Stayman Winesap, Jonagold and Jonathan. This tart's flavor will depend on the type of apples used. You may want to try using two or even three different varieties for a more complex flavor. Unlike the American's flaky pie crust that contains shortening, this tart uses the classic European Pate Sucree which is a sweet pastry crust made with butter and an egg. This gives the crust a rich sweet buttery flavor and its cookie like crumb is perfect with fruit desserts. You can, however, make this tart using Pate Brisee or the pre baked pie crust of your choice. Tarts are open faced (no top crust), made in a shallow tart pan that has straight, fluted sides and a removable bottom. Unlike pies that are served directly from the pan they are baked in, tarts are unmolded and served with only their pastry shells as support.[/quote] . This is a recipe for an occasion when only the finest will do.

    Recipe #387870

    3 Reviews |  By Zurie

    As far as I recall this cake was published by Royal Baking Powder way back in the 50's. My mother made it regularly and it was our favourite cake. Do not substitute and do not cut down on the spices: rather choose another recipe! The spices are what makes this cake just that bit extra special! I lost the recipe, and recently found it again in a very old recipe book! I'm posting this as it was written, except I tried to make the directions a little clearer.

    Recipe #376504

    2 Reviews |  By Molly53

    An unusual but tasty cookie with a touch of the South. From an old newspaper clipping.

    Recipe #376172

    4 Reviews |  By seesko

    A great party food. Adults and Kids love these.

    Recipe #341223

    These little gems will melt in your mouth! Recipe is from Family Circle. The dough must refrigerate for 2 hours (not included in prep time).

    Recipe #339697

    These cupcakes are absolutely darling. I found the recipe in a cupcake cookbook a couple of years ago. They are perfect for little girl birthday parties (and even older girl birthday parties as my adult friends also love them!). They are tangy and sweet and not too dense. I often make bite-size ones in my mini cupcake pan. Reduce the baking time if making minis or they will dry out.

    Recipe #337902

    I make these every Christmas for the cookie tray that I always have well stocked for our family's annual Christmas party. This is such a simple recipe with a few common ingredients that most people always have on hand in their kitchen pantry. And it produces such a wonderful bar cookie with a delectible almond taste. It's the perfect treat for any cookie exchange or potluck gathering.

    Recipe #336543

    Shortbread cookies are a must to make for the holidays, and these pecan-filled, buttery biscuits are simply irresistible. Be sure to use real butter, not margarine, for best flavor. PLEASE, watch them as they bake. Reviewers are reporting baking times from 12 to 20 mins and I have changed the baking time from the original 30 mins to 15 mins.

    Recipe #334493

    4 Reviews |  By Zurie

    This is a recipe from Gourmet which I have changed to be even more seductive. It is an incredible cake! There are no shortcuts with this cake, and please, try not to use subsitutions. If you really cannot find buttermilk, stir a tablespoon of lemon juice into full-cream milk and let it stand to thicken. It's best to see this as a great creative effort, forget about fat and calories, and Just Do It, LOL!! The type of cocoa powder you use does not matter -- we only get Dutch process, and it makes the cake even more chocolatey. Don't refrigerate, it improves on standing. Just keep it in a cool place, covered. ADDED on May 11, after the disaster experienced by A & A's Mom! Not sure what happened there, but to prevent any chance of the cake breaking, either spoon on the ganache carefully, or pour on from the SIDES of the top layer. I confess I'm not sure how A & A's Mom's cake split like that!!

    Recipe #321939

    A most delicious easy to make cake using malted milk powder (find it near powdered chocolate milk mixes at your grocers). I plan on bringing this in to my periodontist's office next week. They have taken such good care of me... and it makes me laugh to bring them sweets, they're so spoiled. From Chow.com One can make the frosting the day before & store it in the fridge - that's my plan & I'm sticking with it.

    Recipe #318107

    3 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    This recipe makes approximately 30 oz total and that will fill about six 5-oz molds.

    Recipe #315563

    I cut this out of a magazine or ad of some sort. Finally tried them and they are the perfect portion for a sweet dessert. I filled the muffin cups to the top with batter and did not have a problem with spilling; they actually spread out instead of up so they had a flat "top" to sit on once you flip them. (I used a yellow cake so the amounts for the juice, melted butter and eggs is based on that--use what is required based on the cake mix you use)

    Recipe #296332

    Sweet ripe fresh berries nestled in airy clouds of Chantilly cream. Simple, yet elegant. This is a lovely light and romantic dessert that's gorgeous served in pretty dessert glasses or a glass trifle dish, strewn with pink rose petals.

    Recipe #285060

    A quick and easy microwave dish that tastes like you spent hours whipping it up. This is my stepped up version with more flavor than the bland recipe on the box. Tapioca is my favorite comfort food, but hubby and I have an ongoing disagreement about whether it should be served chilled - I like it slightly warm, hubby likes it chilled. Unfortunately, it sometimes disappears before it's chilled enough for his liking...shh, don't tell him!

    Recipe #278100

    This recipe is from the 1977 edition of Tea-Time at the Masters Cookbook, page 251 -- my family has enjoyed these brownies for almost 30 years! Probably the best blond brownie you will ever eat!

    Recipe #267073

    I love tart lemon desserts. This is a recipe I found on Betty Crocker that looks very good.

    Recipe #266248

    This is one of my favorite recipes. This is a recipe I did so many times. It's delicious with fresh blueberries. I hope you'll like it. It comes from Jean Paré.

    Recipe #263590

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