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    I found this recipe in a woman's magazine back in the seventies and have used it ever since. It has never failed ME, at any rate. No matter how much this dough is handled it is always flaky and tender even if scraps need to be re-rolled. Be sure to use exact measures, levelling off with a knife. Dough can be left in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. It remains soft and can be taken out and rolled at once, or it can be frozen until ready to use (thaw until soft enough to roll). For a filled pie, bake at temperature indicated in recipe you are using. For unfilled pie, bake at 450 degrees Fahrenheit as directed below. Note that it is suggested you bake a filled pie versus a pie shell on different racks of the oven. The recipe makes five 9-inch pie shells or one shell plus two 2-crust pies. Preparation time includes minimum chilling time of 1/2 hour. Cooking time is for unfilled pie crust only.

    Recipe #105545

    My mother-in-law has made this Frosty for us for years! We all think it tastes just like the real thing! NOTE: This also tastes great if you use low-fat ingredients!

    Recipe #67566

    Someone bought me a Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream & Dessert Book (title). This book is great it tells how to make most of their flavors and some. The book can be ordered at the bookstore for about $8.95. The reason I like this ice cream is because you can freeze it and it is like the store bought hard ice cream. I do not eat it right from the freezer because to me it is to creamy. French Vanilla

    Recipe #4790

    I needed to use up some apples, and I found this recipe in Taste of Home's Family Favorites. Next time I'll throw in some peaches or blueberries or rhubarb or all 3 with the apples. I did put cinnamon in with the sugar and cornstarch because I thought it sounded good (the recipe doesn't call for it). This is faster and simpler than an apple pie and reminds me of eating an apple cake. YUM! One of the tricks my Mom taught me growing up is to save your butter wrappers after you use the butter because you can grease your pans with it (which is exactly what I did instead of spraying PAM on it). You save money, and you make sure you use all the butter...Serve this with whipped cream (my favorite) or vanilla ice cream. Reheats well.

    Recipe #347458

    Recipe #3561

    This is absolutely the best pie crust I have ever used. It never fails me and always comes out flaky and perfect. This recipe is enough for 2 - 9" crusts.

    Recipe #28943

    Can be prepared 2 days ahead; cover and keep refrigerated. This cheesecake is baked with 2 layers. Chill time is not included in times.

    Recipe #186045

    Wanted to share my version of this. I take it to pot lucks and it's the first to disapear. I have even seen people lick the bowl. LOL. My husband & kid's favorite sweet treat. Minimum chill time is the cook time. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #225575

    I found this recipe in the 2003 Taste of Home Annual Recipe Book. They are easy to make even for a novice like myself.

    Recipe #61562

    A crisp salty pretzel crust complements the creamy marshmallow-fluff-like "white" layer, with a tangy topping of strawberries in gelatin. Much like a strawberry cheesecake, but with the surprise of pretzels! For best results, make Strawberry Pretzel Jell-O only one day in advance, to preserve the crunchy texture of the pretzels.

    Recipe #4460

    The perfect summer treat...and you don't even need an ice cream freezer! Fun for kids- they can all make their own, anytime!

    Recipe #34257

    123 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I have made zillions of trifles in my lifetime, but this one is fantastic. Toffee bits are unavailable where I live, so I always have visitors bring me some just to make this (usually for them).

    Recipe #16028

    This is a tasty combination of sweet and tart. I love rhubarb but the raspberries add another dimension that is really good. Although this recipe calls for fresh rhubarb, I think frozen would work well here.

    Recipe #88322


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