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2 Reviews |  By Rita~

This is a Show Stopper and Delish! It's amazing that 9 ingredients can make this! Lots of work but worth it. Can be prepared a couple day ahead. Be sure to use cake flour.

Recipe #214738

POSTED FOR RAMADAN TAG. Chef Way Ana Sortun’s pastry chef, Maura Kilpatrick, adds cinnamon and cocoa nibs to the syrup that soaks her chocolate baklava. Recipe by Ana Sortun from

Recipe #387476

A favorite in this household. So addicting!!! O-KeeDoke carries this kind of cornpuff.

Recipe #385806

These are great for the holidays...or any other time of the year. Recipe from

Recipe #214051

A super light and fluffy chocolate sponge cake.

Recipe #232022

Here's a delicious dessert which is sure to please anyone who loves chocolate coffee together. I had a little cake left over after making a chocolate wonder cake & came up with this recipe to use it. I like to serve these trifles in tumbler / mixer / low ball glasses but they are equally beautiful in any dessert glass or if you want a quirky presentation, serve them in a coffee cup!

Recipe #375598

My grandmother showed me how to make this drink. It is very popular among Mexican and Latin restaurants. The difference between Mexican Horchata and Latin horchata is that they add milk and we do not. When adding the sugar, I usually add over a cup, but that is because I like it sweet. You can add just a cup or more. Just add sugar to your taste. Prep time also includes the 2 hours of refrigeration.

Recipe #371850

Based on a recipe from Heidi Haughy Cusick’s book, Soul and Spice, African Cooking in the Americas. This book is chock-filled with Caribbean, Bahia Brazilian, and Louisiana Creole recipes. She says, “Known as tablette in the Caribbean and cocada in Bahia, this confection combines the Spanish and Portuguese penchant for sweets with the African resourcefulness for using available ingredients: sugar from the cane fields and the abundant adopted coconut. Easy to make, these candies have been satisfying sweet tooths in the Caribbean for two centuries.” Historical note: Sugarcane came to the Caribbean with Columbus on his second voyage in 1494, when he established the first European settlement in the West Indies on Hispaniola; unrefined brown sugar was most commonly used in households; it came in foots, hard cylinders that were grated for use. I haven’t tried this yet.

Recipe #373982

found at for ZWT5. carribean region.

Recipe #372847

This recipe is from

Recipe #370261

Lemon lovers only! This is one moist and very lemony pound cake that stays moist in a cake keeper for a week! Needs no icing whatsoever!

Recipe #110604

I just tried this cake for the first time at funeral in Chicago. After the first bite, I went in search of the cook and talked her out of the recipe. All those different extracts may sound strange, but trust me it is wonderful! At the bottom I have included Six Flavor Pound Cake and Seven Flavor Pound Cake variations. Also, you can make a 5 flavor cake with a 6 flavor glaze or any other combination.

Recipe #24612

This was my mother in laws recipe and is a tried and true family favorite. It just wouldn't be a trip to grandma's without a nice tin of these waiting for the grandkids to devour them. With a nice cold glass of milk, who could ask for anything more...heaven...Preparation time does not include the chill time in the fridge overnight.

Recipe #68896

1 Reviews |  By Ailwyn

This recipe is favourite among my family and simple to make.

Recipe #130183

A Moroccan delight! Delicious with hot sweetened cardamom infused coffee after dinner or as a snack with a cold glass of milk mixed with a splash of orange flower water. They look impressive enough to pretend they were a lot of work ; )

Recipe #320735

3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

Quick and simple to make, these delicious cookies can provide a little pick-me-up during a dreary winter day or give someone special to you a little smile.

Recipe #353990

My honduran fiance loves when I make this easy version of Spanish 3 milk cake-Tres Leche Cake. It's a favorite among family & friends. Popular in Mexican & Honduran cultures. I got this recipe from a Mexican lady after my boyfriend bought one for me years ago & I loved it. I have found this recipe works well with store brands, too. The only problem I've ever had with it - it goes so fast!

Recipe #295531

I love these gorgeous little balls! The use of nuts & icing sugar reminds me of Algerian style cookies - my husband loves them as they are so similar. If you give them a few coats of confectioners sugar youwill get a beautiful finish. This recipe was originally from McCormicks.

Recipe #293794

49 Reviews |  By Marie

As if the chocolate bundt cake isn't yummy enough, this has a "tunnel" of cream cheese filling with chocolate chips and fresh raspberries added to make it even more decadent!

Recipe #63073

YUMMY! Chocolate covered strawberries, with white chocolate drizzled over top. White chocolate has been added to the dark chocolate to make it creamy, rich, and sweet. It contrasts beautifully with the tart sweetness of the strawberries.

Recipe #356032

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