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    It's called Creeping Crust because the CRUST WILL RISE TO THE TOP AND CREEP OVER THE FRUIT. My family loves cobblers and this recipes adapts to any fruit and is the best I've made or eatten. Serve warm or cold and don't forget the ice cream.

    Recipe #433068

    This is one of my favorite desserts! I love to make this for BBQ's or showers. I doesn't last long so I always make two and keep one at home so my DH doesn't pout :) Enjoy!

    Recipe #409960

    This was the first recipe I ever tried for bread pudding. I love tiramisu & my boyfriend loves bread pudding so it was a hit. Found in a BH&G magazine...the bottom ingredients serve as the glaze on top! Also, the recipe calls for custard cups or ramekins, but I used a 2 qt casserole dish and increased the bake time to 45-50 minutes.

    Recipe #407958

    The original of this slightly tweaked recipe was found in the 2009 cookbook, Gingerbread.

    Recipe #400206

    Got this in my BH&G daily recipe e-mail. I want to try this for Thanksgiving!

    Recipe #395537

    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

    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

    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

    So easy to make! The sweetness of the fruit combined with the added kick of the hot pepper jelly make this a perfect summer treat!

    Recipe #356837

    from weight watchers 15 minutes five ingredient cookbook. it says these are great for entertaining because of their inpressive appearance. noone will ever know they were quick and easy to prepare.:) UPDATE: 3-23-09 these are quite tastey! :) cant believe they are only one point! I didnt use the pecans because i dont care for them. if you werent making this weight watchers style you could take the chocolate candy melts or bark and pour some over each top half. :)

    Recipe #356810

    I had this in our high school cooking class. It was great!

    Recipe #355831

    I'm always craving cherries and something crispy, so why not make something that's as easy to put together as it is to eat!

    Recipe #350614

    2 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    I just discovered this in Betty Crocker's baking classics. This should be illegal. It's a cross between a donut, a muffin, and cinnamon toast. I used butter, and I rolled the entire thing (top, bottom, and sides) in butter and in cinnamon sugar when it came out of the oven. This is way too simple to make and way too delicious. This is dessert to me...I wouldn't make it for breakfast, but it's good no matter what.

    Recipe #350523

    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

    A New England favorite! Served in many restaurants from Maine to Massachusetts. Many of my friends here in Florida had never heard of grapenut pudding until I made it. I had to give them all the recipe.

    Recipe #330173

    1 Reviews |  By CIndytc

    This is an old recipe from my mother in law....very simple and elegant looking...her size of dish is vague but what I always used was a 11 X 7 pyrex dish and it worked out well.. She also used sliced pound cake if she could not find lady fingers.

    Recipe #329886

    This is the bread pudding served at Norma's Cafe, Norma's On the Run, and Norma's By the Bay in Pensacola, FL. People wait in line to get a taste of Norma's bread pudding.

    Recipe #328971

    This recipe was featured in an email this morning from King Arthur Flour. "These crisp-soft, cream-filled nuggets are topped with a shower of confectioners' sugar. We like to tint the sugar pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, in October, when they're an especially appropriate dessert. A source of both vitamin D and calcium (key to good health in older women) and lower in fat, they can also easily be made sugar-free, in which case they're just 40 calories each."

    Recipe #328496

    The cool tang of plain yogurt is good with the fruit flavors of strawberry, and rhubarb in this crisp. A little flour is added to the sweetened fruit to compensate for its juiciness.

    Recipe #327138

    In this version of apple crisp, prepared sugar cookie dough is used to create a chewy, crispy, sweet and all-but instant topping for the classic fall dessert. And there's plenty of room for improvisation here. If you like your crisps with large chunks of topping, skip the food processor and oats. Simply break off clumps of dough and scatter them over the apples (or pears or a blend). The cookie dough also could be adulterated with all manner of add-ins, from candy bits and chocolate chips to dried fruit or nuts. With the exception of nuts, add-ins are best mixed into the dough and oats after processing. For speed and ease, this recipe calls for prepared cookie dough (the sort found in the grocer's refrigerator case), but if you have the time homemade dough would taste even better. And when serving, don't forget the vanilla ice cream. After all, milk and cookies go so well together.

    Recipe #326640

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