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    My old friend Pat gave me this recipe 20 years ago and I really love these easy puffs....a little too much, as my waistline attests!

    Recipe #226001

    6 Reviews |  By Oolala

    Uses leftover rice and is egg-free. Inspired From a community cookbook.

    Recipe #221942

    I found this in my grandma's recipes. I haven't personally tried it, but I definitely didn't want to lose this one.

    Recipe #322317

    An easy crowd pleaser. I've given this recipe to so many people and all love it. This was from a newsletter put out by a local gourmet cooking store that also does cooking classes called Sweet Basil and the chef was Andy Broder.

    Recipe #59050

    My mother-in-law makes this recipe, and it is the most wonderful peach cobbler I have ever tasted. Whenever the family gets together this is what I request for dessert, and there is never any left! And best of all it only takes four ingredients!

    Recipe #301835

    This is as wicked as it sounds. A truly delectable combination of flavours and textures that are light and melt in the mouth. I would choose this as a Christmas or New Year dinner party dessert, as the puddings freeze well and are no trouble to re-heat. A modern British classic - sticky toffee pudding was thought to have originated from the Sharrow Bay Hotel in Ullswater in the Lake District of Northern England There is also a school of thought that John Tovey at Miller Howe in Windermere was the first to make this. Either way, the pudding is as iconic today as it was when it was first baked and devoured by the lucky diners of either one of those hotels! My recipe is based on the recipe that Delia Smith published in her Christmas cookbook, but I have made several changes that I feel work better for me, the main change is to increase the pecan toffee sauce quantities, as I have had grown people - mainly males - fighting over who gets the last dribble of this delectable sauce!! I hope you find the step-by-step photos useful when you make this for the first time. (This was featured in the September 2008 Cooking School Topic of the Month on Zaar - a wonderful event where lots of talented chefs on Zaar showed off their culinary skills through photographic tutorials!) Prep time includes the time needed for soaking the dates.

    Recipe #325920

    28 Reviews |  By Rodger

    This is a great creamy stove top version of rice pudding. I like it while it's still warm, but it's great cold too.

    Recipe #32987

    This is yet another of my family's recipes. My mom used to make this every Christmas morning. It was and is a special treat that I hope to carry on with my family. This recipe came from an old Betty Crocker cookbook. Glaze recipe for the puff follows the instructions.

    Recipe #146750

    These muffins are just delicious. One 12oz can of sweetened condensed milk will give you enough to double a batch (24 muffins). I brought these twice to work already and they are devoured. Enjoy!

    Recipe #262121

    This is a different kind of dessert. It's so simple, and very yummy. and few people will guess it incorporates soda crackers.

    Recipe #58312

    Strawberries dipped in this cream mixture are so light, refreshing and good! You can play with amounts used but I love it as directed. Leave on the strawberry tops to use as a handle to dip. Enjoy!

    Recipe #161835

    the slightest hint of orange makes this the BEST rice pudding, very elegant Comfort Food

    Recipe #189703

    Another wonderful Amish inspired dish. We serve this for dessert, or for breakfast. Very tasty!

    Recipe #29939

    This recipe is simple, non-fat, and fantastic. Some folks really enjoyed it heated up a bit, but both taste great.

    Recipe #380793

    came from Food and family magazine that belonged to my daughter

    Recipe #151853

    Use a firmer apple for this, and top with ice cream!

    Recipe #155729

    My grandmother's recipe that always has guests begging for thirds! It is easy to make and especially decadent if served with vanilla ice cream

    Recipe #86379

    These are buttery morsels of deliciousness! From my friend Shaila's kitchen- the perfect dessert (or breakfast- hee hee) for the fall and cold winter months! YUM!

    Recipe #333605

    3 Reviews |  By chia

    A creamy dessert.

    Recipe #84818

    Always a big hit at the family gatherings, I am putting it here for safe keeping. A little time consuming, but so well worth it!

    Recipe #385179

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