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    Mom's recipe! Easy to make and easy to eat.

    Recipe #93946

    This is a family favourite. It's not fancy but it sure is good and there are very few dishes to clean up afterwards -- a definite bonus for me!

    Recipe #37083

    This is a great, traditional cheesecake.

    Recipe #186973

    In 'The Greyston Bakery Cookbook'

    Recipe #456899

    I got this recipe from a friend, and as always, I changed a few things. Her recipe called for melted butter, but I liked the texture better when it was softened, not melted. It's not "traditional," but when in Hawaii, you just gotta use macadamia nuts. But I like the a mix of pecans and walnuts the best if there are no mac nuts. These cookies are so simple to make and use basic ingredients and are a staple in my holiday goody containers. My nephews love to help me make these, because they know they get to make a mess when they roll them in powdered sugar. I like to make them bite-sized, since the big ones make a mess if you don't pop the whole thing in your mouth! The smallest cookie scooper I have is 25 mm, and they come out about less than half the size of a regular cookie scooper. The little guys bake for 7-8 minutes.

    Recipe #273783

    11 Reviews |  By Mercy

    Traditionally, I make a double-batch of bourbon balls every Thanksgiving weekend in preparation for gifting during the holiday season. The candies are great and everyone loves them, but I just can't stand the taste of bourbon, in any shape or form. A couple of years ago I raided the liquor cabinet and developed a sauced-up holiday candy that I can eat too! Now I annually produce double-batches of bourbon balls and amaretto bonbons.

    Recipe #91664

    This recipe has won first prize 6 times at our local fair.Creamy and quick to make, it is one of our favourites. Takes just 3 ingredients.

    Recipe #102744

    This is unbelievably easy. I prefer using creamy peanut butter for this mouth-watering fudge. However, the chunky style works just as well.

    Recipe #195193

    Mini-pecan pies in packaged phyllo pastry shells. Easy, impressive and absolutely delicious. Southern Living recipe, I think from 11/2007. Just remember to keep stirring the pecan/syrup mixture as you fill the shells to keep the nuts and moisture evenly incorporated. They are great as gifts.

    Recipe #356281

    I am posting some neat holiday recipes for using eggnog. Since eggnog is a once a year treat, it can be fun to use it in recipes. Enjoy! 8)

    Recipe #35529

    A great choice for the holidays! Prep time is a guess and cook time is according to package directions.

    Recipe #104336

    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

    2 Reviews |  By byZula

    I got this recipe from Home cooking magazine; Jan. 2000. Great cake and it definitely is high! Different spices and flavorings make it even better! If I have to bring something to an event, I make this and it's always a hit!

    Recipe #183051

    This is a favorite of our family. My mother-in-law has made it for years.

    Recipe #8843

    25 Reviews |  By HDMac

    This is my favorite holiday bread to make and I am not that much of an eggnog lover! Make great gifts! You can freeze the eggnog and make year long, too!

    Recipe #77487

    Forget the nasty grocery store marshmallows. These are wonderful, kids like to help make them, and they are made of real items in your kitchen. Prep time includes sitting overnight. I found this recipe in "Barefoot Contessa, Family Style"

    Recipe #57673

    This recipe is from Paula Deen's magazine called Holiday Baking. This cake looked so good I couldn't wait until the holidays to make it. It was amazing! If you want to try a really nice rum for this cake, if it's available in your area (also good in eggnog) try Captain Morgan's Private Stock. It is a rum with added spices, very nice. I made the glaze with this also. I halved that recipe and it was plenty. The serving size of this depends on how big a slice you cut :) Salt is not listed as an ingredient because I use salted butter but if you use unsalted butter or just want this cake saltier add 1/2 tsp salt.

    Recipe #254214

    "All southern women are brought up to be able to make several dishes. This is one of them. This is the same recipe that my Maw-Maw used. She served it plain with powdered sugar on top, with strawberries & homemade whipped cream. If you were lucky she would toast you a piece for breakfast, and you could have it with one of her homemade jam's or jellies."

    Recipe #298933

    These are so easy to make and so easy to eat! Cookies and Cream in truffle form. Divine!

    Recipe #87967

    Saw Rachael Ray and Oprah make this on an Oprah holiday party show. It took me 7 minutes, but who's counting! Try other variations such as the original Recipe #146361 and Recipe #146387.

    Recipe #146386

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