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Such an easy and an indulgent dessert! Baked apples with maple syrup, pecans, Calvados or brandy, served with a rich, creamy toffee fudge sauce. (You can also use apple juice if you wish.) These make an ideal dinner party dessert, as the can be put in the oven to bake, as everyone sits down for their appetisers or main course! If you really want to push the boat out - serve these with an extra dollop of cream or even some vanilla ice cream! These apples are better eaten warm, rather than hot - so let them rest for about 5 minutes before serving, ideally whilst you make the toffee sauce.

Recipe #243318

Recipe #282975

Most peaple think this is the best thing we do with our Idaho potatoes! You can't resist these light, fluffy, yummy treats!! Prep time includes time for rising. Fry a few at a time for about 2-3 minutes per side. An electric skillet works well to fry them.

Recipe #32760

Use your favourite apple variety, just make a note to alter the amount of sugar based upon the sweetness of the apples used!

Recipe #2537

This is the one pumpkin pie recipe I keep coming back to year after year. I was at a military ladies' coffee when I first tasted this pie, and it was the most moist & eggy pumkpin pie I had ever eaten. I asked the hostess, Barb, for the recipe, and she shared the recipe with me - which I believe came from her mother. I made my own changes to the recipe over the years and now I have written down my changes so that I can share my version with you. I only use fresh pumpkin in this recipe and it is well worth the little bit of extra effort. PLEASE NOTE: This recipe calls for a DEEP DISH pie plate and intended to be a egg custard textured pie. Even using a deep dish pie plate, you may still find you have a small amount of extra batter, as some deep dish pans are larger and deeper than others (mine fits all of the batter in one pie). You can use whole milks in this if you prefer, however I like the lighter taste of the skim in this. If you only have small pie plates, then you might want to prepare an extra pastry round and divide the batter between two smaller pies.

Recipe #105977

Well, after looking for this recipe on here and not having any luck, I decided to find it and post it. In my opinion, this is the best pumpkin pie. Make your own graham cracker crust or buy an already prepared one.

Recipe #101104

12 Reviews |  By Ms B.

My love of cranberries led to me to adopted this recipe. I think that it is the perfect fall pie with the crisp tartness of the berries shining about the sweetness of the apples. Original poster's comments: "Found this in the Sunday paper in the coupon section and it's become a huge hit. I'm not usually a fan of cranberries, but I like the flavor of this pie! I hope you like it, too!"

Recipe #78555

My grandmother gave me this apple pie recipe after she made it for me during a visit about 5 years ago. I like to use Granny Smith apples, leave the peel on, and cut slices that are a little thick, but do whatever you wish! This is a very good pie and I'm always asked to make it! Thanks, Grandma!! (Very good served with vanilla ice cream!)

Recipe #31128

Ooooh, so yummy and good for you! From Prevention magazine.

Recipe #110829

This is a dark, dark chocolate cake from Serendipity restaurant in New York...served with two scoops of ice cream helps because it is sooo rich This is a super chocolate cake like the one served at Serendipity Restaurant in New York...serve with a couple of scoops of vanilla ice cream to help with the overload of chocolate...

Recipe #120230

This was on Good Morning America by Chef and author Stephen Bruce in honor of his business turning 50! This is wonderful! Enjoy. This desert makes 2 to 21/2 cups, enough for 1 to 8 guests

Recipe #102685

When you absolutely must have dessert, but you're counting calories and fat grams, here's a way to meet your goal and have a sweet too.

Recipe #144757

This is good, I have made it many times over the years.

Recipe #130046

I haven't tried this yet, its from a restaurant, but plan to as soon as our wild blueberries hit the roadside stands. It sounds delicious.

Recipe #240931

From an Old Better Homes and Gardens Heritage Cookbook. The narrative below is from there. When the ranch cook wanted to be especially nice to the cowhands he made a boiled pudding sometimes called Son of a Gun in a Sack. Raisins or dried apples and suet were added to a soft dough. Following the old colonial method, the mass was placed in a cloth sack and boiled in a big kettle of water until done. Perhaps it got its name because it was so much trouble to make.

Recipe #246832

My husband and daughter are Weight Watcher Members and they got this recipe from another member at one of their meetings. YUMMY

Recipe #71836

9 Reviews |  By Courtly

"In my search for the perfect mocha cheesecake, I ended up combining a few of my favorite recipes to create this delicious version. It's as much a feast for the eyes as for the palate!" Submitted to taste of home by Sue Gronholz.

Recipe #282415

These taste just like the fudge pops you can buy from the icecream truck - only MUCH CHEAPER!

Recipe #133205

Here's a dessert you'll have a hard time resisting until the end of the meal. It's every bit as yummy as it looks. One taste and you'll be smiling like a kid in a candy storeā€”no matter what age you are!

Recipe #157997

So easy it's almost ridiculous! :) These chocolate-covered pomegranate seeds are a great addition to the holiday season, and the kids will like helping to make them.

Recipe #45549

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