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    5 Reviews |  By ladypit

    This is a wonderful low-fat dessert. It is easy to prepare but looks fancy. The bananas need to be pretty firm. It needs to be served right away as the souffles will fall very quickly. Also, if you have ramekins big enough to hold 2 cups then use those. If not, use ceramic bowls that are oven safe. From "Eating For IBS".

    Recipe #92657

    I make about 30 varieties of cookies and candies during the holidays and these are the most requested. They are fairly easy and delicious. I serve them on a tray in miniature muffin liners. I have tried many different buckeye recipes, but this one, given to me years ago, is the best one I have used. ADDED 12/17/06: Instead of chips and paraffin wax, this year I used chocolate bark coating and it worked really well. You will need about Five - 2 oz. blocks of bark.

    Recipe #26555

    A great low carb snack! These are not as rich or as moist as traditional brownies but they really satisfy those "baked goods" cravings.

    Recipe #125814

    Mom's recipe. Delicious!!!! I am posting a Vanilla Sauce (Recipe #16132) to go with this. Enjoy!

    Recipe #16136

    Whoa! This dessert is packed with all of your favorites! Fudgey brownies, caramel, crisp apples, peanuts and reese's peanut butter cups! This is a to-die-for dessert that will turn even the pickiest eaters into little pigs!

    Recipe #90925

    This recipe is from Quick Cooking - September/October 2001. I use the paper liners for the jumbo muffin pans because it makes for easier transporting of the cupcakes. They seem to stay fresher, too. These are great for a bake sale or even for a Halloween party.

    Recipe #39180

    This is a special treat. In the old days bread pudding was created to make use of old stale bread; these days, we usually have to toast our bread to give it the proper texture. There isn't any fruit in this recipe, but I encourage you to have fun with it, and add some bananas or whatever fruit you enjoy the most.

    Recipe #85900

    A great gift for kids to make! Use to stir hot cocoa, warm milk or coffee.

    Recipe #74618

    Adopted from the RecipeZaar account. I haven't made these yet. "A rich cake based on a French-countryside recipe from restaurant consultant Rozanne Gold. Made without butter, and with cocoa powder instead of chocolate, the cake is like a souffle that rises, then sinks as it cools."

    Recipe #104649

    Need I say more...CHOCOLATE! Decadently rich and moist. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you're in Heaven.

    Recipe #27144

    Many years ago, when I was in grade school, I attended Catholic school. My mom used to bake one of these pies, every couple of weeks, to take to the rectory for the parish priests. It wasn't long before one of the sisters asked me if my mom might bake one of those delicious coconut pies for them too. So, it became a ritual for my mom to bake these and deliver them to the parish priests and nuns every few weeks. She enjoyed doing it and I always secretly thought those coconut pies did "wonders" for my report cards. :-)

    Recipe #53698

    The is the traditional filling for Choux pastries (Cream Puffs) and any dessert which needed a filling. I can tell you that you *do* need to stir it constantly after adding the milk to the egg mixture, but patience is rewarded by a great result. Orignl. from 1920's recipe. Makes 400ml (3/4 pint)

    Recipe #74576

    This is a great recipe that I came up with for my Aunt who just found out the she was a diabetic. She was very sad when she found out about it, so I made her this cake to try and cheer her up. It worked. :)

    Recipe #91448

    Wow! I saw this in one of my church cookbooks and had to post it. I've never seen a lemon bundt cake before that calls for two lemon pudding mixes plus a can of lemon-lime soda.

    Recipe #175468

    This is a recipe I used to christen my new silicone bundt pan. It's very easy, and very good.

    Recipe #14662

    Easy, rich, fast and yummy dessert. Your guests will never guess the crust layer is saltines! Pretty enough for company but easy enough for everyday! Time to make does not include refrigeration time- 4 hours Very yummy made with fresh strawberries from Mexico, Texas and California.

    Recipe #132335

    I was reading the message boards and someone was looking for different ideas for Easter Baskets! Then I remembered this and though it's too late for this year, maybe you'll try this for next year or for any special day! The kids love it! I've made small bowls and filled it with candy at a buffet table and also on the coffee table with munchies...another great recipe card idea...can't take the credit.

    Recipe #23897

    On March 2, 2003 a prisoner escaped from the Newton County Correctional Facility. He eluded authorities for a week. While hiding in the woods, he helped himself to food and drinks he found in a refrigerator and freezer which were in a storage shed at the rear of a nearby residence. Shortly after the escapee was recaptured, it was discovered that the residence where he had been stealing food was the home of the police chief's father and step-mother. But it turns out that the prisoner who said that the cake was "the best he ever had" got to finish off the rest of the cake. The half eaten cake was sent to the county jail specifically for him. When a reporter asked him what he liked so much about the cake, the prisoner replied, "it was chocolate, my favorite". This is the recipe for the "spice cake" now known as Jailbreak Cake.

    Recipe #60922

    Easy as pie to make! For those WWers out there, this is a 0 point treat!

    Recipe #108450

    Delicious way to share the fresh strawberries of the season! Or don't! The entire "pie" is 6 WWers points.

    Recipe #108452

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