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    These are so yummy. Would be perfect for breakfast or brunch or anytime! I just made a batch late this evening. A parent brought these in for a teacher's luncheon and everyone loved them.

    Recipe #125633

    From my favourite church cookbook, where all the recipes are tried and true! **Like most of the reviews state, if you don't want to fight with the pastry to make it fit a cookie sheet - make 1.5x the dough recipe or use a smaller pan.

    Recipe #115609

    Who doesn't love a nutty crust filled with cheesecake-like middle topped with fresh strawberries? YUM!!!!

    Recipe #249040

    OH MY! It is apple season here and what a recipe to have. While you are cooking, canning, reading a book, listening to music, dancing, what better way then to make in the crockpot? Bonus- YOUR house smells divine! (Cookbook Swap 2008, ALSKANN)

    Recipe #328381

    This classic is usually made with blueberries but sweet plums make a delicious alternative. Serve with ice cream, whipped cream or yogurt. Although cook time says 50 minutes it could be anywhere between 40-50 minutes, so check after 40 minutes. For the batter, be sure to have eggs and butter at room temperature.

    Recipe #319251

    My Sister Suzie, found this recipe in the 80's (or maybe earlier) printed in the Twisp /Methow Valley WA newspaper. I have kept the original clipping all these years in anenvelope in my favorite cookbook. It is truly a special dessert, rich and creamy. I love the sweet, high mountain huckleberries we have in WA and this recipe & huckleberry jam are my favorite ways to prepare them. Time listed includes chilling time. I have also used raspberries & blackberries and it was still wonderful.

    Recipe #390411

    29 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From the Star Ledger. Published in "Jersey Fresh Cooks" (NJ Dept. of Agriculture) from Harriet Kurtzman. This is easy and good!

    Recipe #140088

    This mousse is very nice for any time of day, it's not too sweet, but definatly sweet enough for a desert, you can try adding things such as Whipped cream and fruit, a fruit sauce, or even just some extra sugar for a different taste, very easy to make, and even the kids can help out with the whisking. I got this recipe out of a manga book called Kitchen Princess by Natsumi Ando and Miyuki Kobayashi. Extra note from recipe: "Yogurt is made with fermented milk, Dairy bacteria is good for your stomach and insestines and works to regulate your immune system." And remember, as long as you keep the basic recipe the same, you can do what ever you like with thisa, some suggestions I got from my family when I served it to them was perhaps in a cannoli or in-between cake layers.

    Recipe #291397

    Recipe #234171

    I'm not a great fan of regular tiramisu, but this is definitely worth trying for you die-hard T-fans. I much prefer it. It's from Bon Appetit. Best made one day ahead.

    Recipe #166015

    This makes a wonderful dessert for the holidays, and is very easy to prepare, just make sure that you chill it well before serving --- you might want to make two of these to serve if you have a larger dinner party, you can make this in single serving bowls also instead of a large mold :)

    Recipe #73745

    I love berries. This recipe can also be made with apples.

    Recipe #274526

    64 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    aka: 'How to Make the Perfect Cheesecake' This recipe includes very detailed instructions for preparation which is the key to any great cheesecake. *This is my signature recipe that I have spent many many hours perfecting the ingredients and techniques for. This is not 'NY Style' but real 'NY Cheesecake'. The end result is a wonderful cheesecake that some will tell you to eat with a towel, because it's like an 'O' in your mouth.

    Recipe #244193

    This is a a little different take on the usual cashew clusters...a bonus!!

    Recipe #278426

    When I was growing up my mom used to make a pineapple sherbet & freeze it in long metal trays used for making ice cubes. This recipe approximates her recipe of years ago. Preparation time does not include the time it takes to partially freeze & refreeze the sherbet.

    Recipe #211827

    4 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Tropical flavors of coconut, pineapple, orange, and island rum combine for a four-ingredient wonder of sublime taste. Transform a favorite summer cocktail into a cool and refreshing dessert. The 8 hrs of "cooking" time is freezing time.

    Recipe #202861

    Oh my goodness, this gets me hankerin' for some sweet dessert! You can add chocolate(I personally like dark chocolate) or/and crystallized ginger, both sound amazing! I have not made this yet, putting it here for safekeeping. Adapted from Friedas.

    Recipe #267633

    5 Reviews |  By GaylaV

    This recipe has been in our family for many years. It is easy, tasty and quite diet friendly. I hope you enjoy this nice light dessert. The prepatation time includes the refrigeration time.

    Recipe #223833

    I found this recipe on a charming food blog called The Bitten Word, I highly recommend it - both the pudding and the blog! It's a nice, low fat but satisfying pudding. Coupled with artfully arranged sliced nectarines (or any delicious fruit) it makes a beautiful light summer dessert. If you do refrigerate the pudding be sure to give it a nice whip before serving, it gets very thick!

    Recipe #311554

    These things are so good that your family will have you making them all the time. If you like the little apple pies at McDonald's, these ones are TEN times as good and not gluey-tasting because you use fresh apples. They also make an elegant dessert for dinner parties and few desserts could be cheaper or easier to pull off when you're pressed for time because you can do everything but the baking in advance. I developed this recipe after giving it a lot of thought and my very first batch came out perfect. This recipe handles "mistakes" really well but I have prepared detailed instructions to make it as easy as possible for you -- just make sure that you read the recipe all the way through prior to starting. The crust comes out soft and tender. Prep time does NOT include marinating time but does include apple peeling time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #270705

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