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1 Reviews |  By Marie

Melted marshmallows are combined with whipped cream and marbled into a strawberry and jello dessert with a graham cracker crust. Delicious make ahead and so easy!

Recipe #60358

My friend Jen ( and I made desserts for over 200 for a Christmas party. This was an exceptionally big hit. We used the large baking chips and raspberry filling available from cake supply. The large chips worked especially well because they had a better tendency to stay intact (rather than melt and disappear into bar). Double or quadruple recipe and bake in larger pan for bigger batch. We used jelly roll pans with 1" sides. Highly recommended! Adapted from a Pillsbury Bake-Off recipe.

Recipe #29736

This is an often requested recipe that is easy to make and delicious to eat. Prepare it for your next potluck or bake sale.

Recipe #46003

2 Reviews |  By Ms B.

A very rich and dense chocolate cake baked in individual mugs and topped with toasted marshmallows. Please make sure that your mugs are ovenproof prior to using for this recipe...ramekins could be substituted. Recipe From February 2005 issue of Real Simple magazine.

Recipe #109094

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

My daughter gave me this strawberry pretzel salad recipe. It is a favorite of her in-laws. I tried it and it is delicious!

Recipe #29400

My grandmother gave me this apple pie recipe after she made it for me during a visit about 5 years ago. I like to use Granny Smith apples, leave the peel on, and cut slices that are a little thick, but do whatever you wish! This is a very good pie and I'm always asked to make it! Thanks, Grandma!! (Very good served with vanilla ice cream!)

Recipe #31128

This recipe is from an old Betty Crocker cookbook that was a wedding gift. It has never failed to please.

Recipe #67489

This is soooo good. Yes 2 Tbsp. vanilla extract is correct.

Recipe #155801

12 Reviews |  By Marie

A cobbler that is as easy as it gets, using frozen berries, canned apple pie filling and a topping of refrigerated sugar cookie dough. To make it the ultimate, serve with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.

Recipe #70493

7 Reviews |  By *OzMan*

I first tasted these when my mom used to make them when I was a child, and although that was many moons ago, they still make me feel like a kid when I eat 'em! The melted chocolate drizzle at the end makes these brownies rich and very chocolaty!!

Recipe #100296

This recipe goes back over 30 years and I still make today, it's the most delicious dependable never-fail moist cake that is so easy to make, just dump everything into one large bowl, there is no need to beat eggs first, if like a slight orange/chocolate flavor use orange juice or you may use half juice and water you could use all water if desired ---my family calls this the Oreo cake as it tastes similar to the chocolate wafer part of an Oreo cookie, I sometimes slice in half and spread a vanilla frosting in the middle --- please make certain to generously grease and flour your pan, I always use my recipe#78579 for this --- this is one cake you will make over and over again and it's perfect to take to a potluck! --- for glaze see my recipe#315210

Recipe #71876

This is my mother's recipe from when we were kids, and the first recipe I prepared solo as a child. My mother's old cookbook still bears the traces of a cooking mishap. I had a little problem with the hot water and a metal bowl. Needless to say, don't pick up a metal bowl with boiling water in it -- it's HOT. Icing the cake while slightly warm is essential, the icing goes on much easier and forms a nice glaze. It's very moist cross between a bar and a cake.

Recipe #21136

I made my daughter's wedding cake using this recipe. It turned out fantastic. The texture is just perfect for a wedding cake -- not too fluffy so it breaks from the weight, but also not overly dense. The flavor, texture and moistness were just right. I made two batches of the batter for a three-tiered wedding cake using 14", 10" and 6" pans that were 3-inches deep. I had enough extra batter for a 9" layer (not a deep pan). This recipe was originally created by Rebecca Sutterby.

Recipe #69630

After reading a brief article about the all-American chocolatier, Andrew Shotts, I wanted to try one of his decadent recipes that helped him earn his spot among the “Top 10 Artisanal Chocolatier” by USA Today. I can honestly say, hands down, this is the best chocolate cake I have ever made and probably will ever make. WARNING: If you are not a fan of incredibly moist and tender, rich but light, and fudgy but creamy chocolate cakes then this dessert is certainly NOT for you. If you are… then buckle your seat belt this is pure chocolate ecstasy. Use the highest quality chocolate and cocoa you can find. MAKE AHEAD: The cake will stay fresh in the refrigerator for up to 3 days (covered). Bring to room temperature before slicing.

Recipe #144494

My English teacher (Mama Hogg) gave me this recipe to try out to possibly use as a part of one of our class meals. When I tried it at home my family and some our "adopted" babies - my brothers friends - said that it was "better than anything". So came the name. My class now requests it on a regular basis and there is always a pan full on my kitchen counter.

Recipe #104542

These brownies have developed a cult following among many of the regulars at Yorktown Height's Gersky's. Make them yourself and you'll see why. They're dark and devilish!

Recipe #129188

This old fashioned pound cake recipe was given to my mother by a close friend of hers. It has to be the best pound cake, bar none, that I have ever had. Whenever I make it to take somewhere, folks love it. When I made it just for us, it disappeared very quickly. Great by itself, w/ strawberries on the side, or toasted... Sometimes, I substitute 1 t lemon or almond extract for 1 of the t of vanilla... excellent! NOTE: Ovens vary considerably so I recommend checking for done-ness before removing from the oven. Lightly press the top of the cake with your finger. You should be able to tell whether or not the cake is done. You may have to continue baking for an additional 5 to 10 minutes.

Recipe #116284

A little different take on a very popular dessert. Cut small servings because this dessert is very rich.

Recipe #126259

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