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    Moist and rich, very easy to make. This is my husband's favourite birthday cake.

    Recipe #191214

    13 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Easy yet decadently rich chocolate rum cake with raspberry filling.

    Recipe #16195

    5 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Luscious Dark Chocolate Rum Cake. The cake can be served plain, or it is delicious with coffee flavored whipped cream.

    Recipe #16182

    This is yet another recipe for brownies that I had in my recipe log jam here at home!! I hope that you enjoy this one -

    Recipe #380466

    2 Reviews |  By Marz

    From Cook's Illustrated published May 2000. This recipe makes a heck of a good brownie! These are very rich and decadent, it is best to cut them in small, 1 inch squares.

    Recipe #303143

    2 Reviews |  By Steve_G

    Milk chocolate variation of my chewy and fudgy brownies that I developed to use-up some extra milk chocolate that I had around after x-mas.... A bit lighter than the other, good compromise taste for those that aren't instense chocoholics. Lots of options!

    Recipe #81143

    A meringue crust topped with whipped cream and fresh fruit such as kiwi's. strawberries, etc. In the 1930's an Australian chef, Herbert Sachse, invented this dessert, when a soft merinugue cake was requested for an afternoon tea at the hotel where he worked. It is said that he claimed, "it is as light as Pavlova", referring to the Russian ballerina, Anna Pavlova, who visited Australia in the 1920's. Although Australia is credited with inventing this dessert New Zealand also lays claim to it as being served in that country at the same time it is said to have been invented in Australia. After all is said and done it is a lovely dessert and this is my take on it! Found originally on three different recipes on the internet and then incorporated. Seems like an awful lot of work, so why not double the recipe?

    Recipe #155740

    These are very tasty! They make lovely desserts with very little effort. Here's to a lovely dinner!

    Recipe #153202

    Spectacular presentation for that special dessert

    Recipe #69628

    My Mum used to make these for School fetes and Church bazaars - they are absolutely sinful and totally divine! They were everyone's favourite, so I used to zoom around beforehand, with my pocket money burning a hole in my pocket, to make sure I bought some before they all went!! A fun name with delicious layers of shortbread, caramel and a chocolate topping. This recipe has the added surprise of adding stem ginger pieces, which was not usual in my Mum's orginal recipe. These do keep for up to a week in an airtight tin or container.....I have never known them last more then 24 hours however - you WILL have to HIDE them!!! They a great for packed lunches and picnics, as well as with afternoon coffee.

    Recipe #265266

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    This is a Bobby Flay recipe, and as usual, have altered it a bit to suit personal preferences. Instead of cherry sauce we make it raspberry, or possibly apricot.

    Recipe #197176

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    "Cake is my favorite dessert - especially frosted cake." So says Anna Ginsberg from Austin, Tx. The recipe was found on cookinglightcentral.com. I didn't include cooling time for cake in the recipe, that will vary according to the weather and humidity. I am so glad Anna Ginsberg chose to share this recipe and that we were able to make this delicious cake!

    Recipe #151095

    This double rich chocolate cake with a ganache drizzle will make this a favorite any time of the year, like now! I love this cake but I won't make it often. Yes, it is made with 2 not 1 but 2 cake mixes. I didn't allow for cooling time.

    Recipe #151763

    Found this on the Pillsbury site it is a recipe for the 2006 Bake-Off. It looks heavenly! Submitted by Pat Freymouth from Colorado Springs, Co. It says that darkchocolate is the prefect complement to the subtle raspberry in this luscious dessert. Haven't tried it as yet - but it looks and sounds fantastic. let's see what happens. Haven't allowed for cooling or resting time.

    Recipe #152226

    37 Reviews |  By Manami

    I have been making this recipe for ages now and when I first found it, it was on the side of Hershey's Cocoa Tin. As a matter of fact, my mother used to make this for my sister and me in Cuba, when we weren't even so little. Found this on hershey's web site.

    Recipe #153877

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    Haven't tried it as yet but how can it be bad? The combination sounds great. Another hersheyskitchen.com recipe.

    Recipe #154157

    These look very nice and anything that is chocolate seems good to me and there is that "thing" that I have with Hershey's - so I beg of you, please put up with me. Of course, I found this on the Hershey's web site.

    Recipe #154410

    8 Reviews |  By Manami

    Hey, another great one from Hershey's! This is for their dark cocoa and coffee granules but I changed it to use Cuban coffee and changed the liquid quantities.

    Recipe #154427

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    Awesome! From the hershey'skitchen web site.

    Recipe #154705

    This is a "throw-together" type recipe, anything and everything goes. You make it with frozen cookie dough or brownie box mix, with frozen or fresh fruit, chopped nuts or not, with chocloate sauce, and if desired, a dollop of whipped topping, here and there. This is no way diet friendly but neither is Super Bowl Sunday! I didn't post chilling times because they may vary with each situation but the minimum is 2 hours.

    Recipe #155621

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