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    This is Another of my cousin Shawn Michaels recipes. It is his Pub the Boar's head most popular dessert

    Recipe #393449

    1 Reviews |  By Linda C

    This dessert brings out the best in any peach. The recipe was printed in the 2006 Better Homes and Gardens magazine and comes from Tricia Cyman, owner of Devil's Thumb Ranch in the state of Colorado. Cooking apples may replace the peaches, if desired (see note).

    Recipe #391339

    4 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    This recipe comes from www.McCormick.com Make as directed or pour into ramekins for individual servings. Pumkin lovers, this is 5-star all the way! If you like this one from McCormick, you'll enjoy Recipe #392276 also. :)

    Recipe #391053

    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

    Cobblers are an easy way to get a "pretend pie". They are easy to make and soooo good. It makes a dinner end with a real treat. You can make them with the wild blueberries which have tons of flavor, or you can use the frozen ones. This may be doubled and put in a 9"x13" baking dish.

    Recipe #390551

    I am asked to make this bread pudding on every holiday! It is the creamiest and richest bread pudding I have ever had! I just kept making it and adding and subtracting ingredients till I got the perfect taste. Just try it once and your family will be hooked too!

    Recipe #389519

    This recipe came from my Mother, who got it from her Mother, a daughter of Utah Pioneers. It is rich and delicious, and best of all easy to make.

    Recipe #389047

    Southern Living Incredible Chocolate Recipes

    Recipe #389084

    These look and taste fancy but are very simple. If I even think of having a dinner party without these, alot of people will be upset

    Recipe #388300

    I think this is one of the best cannoli that I have ever had! The original recipe calls for fat-free ricotta, but I used part skim. Also, the original recipe calls for 2 1/2 cups semisweet chocolate chips in the filling and 1/2 cups for melting. Instead, I used 2/3 cups mini semisweet chocolate chips in the filling, and I did not really think it was necessary to drizzle the chocolate on topr. Last, I think it is a good idea to chill the filling for at least an hour to let the flavors marry.

    Recipe #387055

    This is the only recipe my family has ever used. You can decrust the bread, but it's not really necessary if using the original thin-crusted New Orleans style French Bread.

    Recipe #345398

    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

    Bread Pudding recipe came from Mr. Lester's Steakhouse, Cypress Bayou Casino in Charenton, Louisiana. This is a wonderful Bread Pudding that all of South Louisiana (Cajun country) loves.

    Recipe #385070

    From Taste of Home magazine, April/May 2003. "This is my 'show off' dessert because it makes a spectacular presentation. Every time I serve it, my friends rave aobut this fancy and fun treat. Although it looks like you fussed, the recipe is actually quick and easy." says Anneliese Deising of Plymouth, Michigan.

    Recipe #384094

    this was taken from Gennaro Cataldo from Good Food Bites. It is sooooo goood.This is the best way to use up unwanted panettone. It is best if left overnight in the fridge.

    Recipe #383962

    Recipe #383810

    just as easy to eat as is easy to make

    Recipe #152673

    Cream puff dessert/bars! The dough can be spread out on a cookie sheet to look like a shoe, or just spread it over the entire pan. Very easy and very good!!

    Recipe #381646

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

    Recipe #380793

    Taking all the ingredients I love in a chocolate trifle and came up with a winner in my house. The Kahlua, walnuts and cheesecake flavored pudding make this a nice rich chocolate masterpiece. Everyone asks me to bring this even thou I've shared the recipe ;) They say, it's the way "I" make it ... I think they just want ME to bring it.... Try it - you'll get the ooooh and awwhs! I love to make this before leaving for the lake and after spending the day playing in the sun, come home to this cool and creamy dessert! My boys do to.

    Recipe #302727

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