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    A healthy and delicious way to get milk into your children. Makes a quick and easy dessert.

    Recipe #192261

    My mom made this one year for our fourth of July celebration. It is festive, easy to make, and very tasty. Refrigeration time is included in cook time.

    Recipe #311022

    A delicious dessert originating in Australia. This is both sweet and tangy. Sure to impress, hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #134710

    This is a great summer dessert! It needs a day in the fridge, so great to make in advance, even two to three days. This is a recipe from Delia Smith's cookery programme from 1993. She serves it with a mix of mascarpone, fromage frais and vanilla

    Recipe #67249

    Another one of my nanas recipes. She loved doing refrigerated desserts. This one is wonderful if you are a strawberry lover like me. Enjoy!!!!

    Recipe #48352

    This is a delightful danish-like dessert! I've been making this since I was single (in fact it mighta been what help me land my man!)

    Recipe #124805

    11 Reviews |  By Marie

    I saw Paula make this on the Food Network and I had to save this recipe for when peach season comes around. Serve with your choice of whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. This looked fabulous!

    Recipe #89139

    2 Reviews |  By ~Bliss~

    Good old fashioned southern comfort food.

    Recipe #93492

    A fabulous cobbler recipe. It is quick to make and delicious every time. If peaches are not in season--it is also wonderful with frozen sliced peaches--just be sure they are thawed through before you put it together and allow more time to cook.

    Recipe #17316

    This recipe says spring. It is easy to prepare and even easier to eat. My family devours it and we are not dessert people. It is from the Company's Coming cookbook series.

    Recipe #25430

    This is a sweet and delicious cake. The recipe was on the side of a cake mix box several years ago. I can't remember what it was called back then. Edited on July 6, 2004: From my own recent and personal experience, try to avoid using store/off brand canned pie filling. They tend to have more of the glaze rather than cherries. The cake won't have as many cherries in it as it would with Comstock or other name brand Pie Filling.

    Recipe #64056

    A cake mix started dessert.

    Recipe #216515

    This Cake is so good. This is the one I talk about on my page. It is quite simple to make but has the texture closer to a bread pudding. The family just loves this and have requested it on many occasions Including a Double layer Bundt cake for a wedding. NOTE: In all my recipes I use (I can't believe it's not butter)spread and it works great and taste great.

    Recipe #193469


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