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    37 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    A delicious autumn dessert. Serve this either warm or cold with Yogurt Dessert Sauce. This recipe comes from The New American Diet cookbook.

    Recipe #103838

    Absolutely positively scrummy cake. Make sure you make it the night before required so the flavours have time to "set".

    Recipe #184241

    This is a quick and easy recipe that I have been making since gradeschool.

    Recipe #155565

    71 Reviews |  By Dawn

    Tres Leches Cake is a very moist cake filled with a mixture of "milks." It is a favorite Mexican and South American Dessert. I got the recipe from Chela, my housekeeper who is from Mexico. The Cake preparation includes 3 parts: the cake, the filling, and the frosting.

    Recipe #11619

    This recipe is from a coffee recipe pamphlet by Sandra Lee of the cooking show "Semi-Homemade." It is a decadent dessert without being difficult to make. I

    Recipe #166755

    I found this recipe in the March ’06 Good Housekeeping Magazine and had to try it immediately! We all loved it! I made a few minor changes to the frosting: I used 4 cups sugar, 8 oz. cream cheese, 1 teaspoon vanilla, and I also added some grated lemon peel (maybe 1 tsp.) Both cake and frosting were deliciously lemony! :)

    Recipe #159963

    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

    2 Reviews |  By twissis

    I love crockpot cooking & have posted 2 other recipes today I thought were special. This is the last & looks so good to me, but I'll probably never be able to make it here in Iceland for lack of the pina colada drink mix I've never seen. This would surely be for a special occasion & the directions look a little labor intensive to me, but I hope someone not intimidated, but equally intrigued will try this just so I'll know whether it's truly as good as it appears it should be. Prep time was a pure guess & did not include cooking time. NOTE: Despite several tries, I wasn't able to correct or delete the word powdered from the drink mix ingredient. This is a frozen liquid.

    Recipe #163449

    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

    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

    4 Reviews |  By jmelyn

    I figured this recipe would already be posted here, but it isn't. Not, at least, this exact recipe. This is very tasty. It's extremely easy to make, great for a potluck, and doesn't require baking. Plus, I usually have a surplus of graham crackers around (I have a one year old boy). Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #126502

    This recipe come from Diabetic Gourmet.

    Recipe #52103

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

    Recipe #16136

    I got this from Cooking Light (Sept, 2000); they are great and easy to make! This is also Kid Friendly.

    Recipe #182641

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

    Recipe #27144

    This is a recipe I got from Good Food Magazine. It was developed to celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee. It is delicious and worth all the extra trouble for any special occasion.

    Recipe #79992

    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

    My Great Aunt Lola was an AWESOME lady and the best baker in the WORLD! She lived to be in her 90's, she passed away back in '82. She is still missed by everyone!! This is one of her pies with pineapple and coconut! Enjoy!

    Recipe #166384

    A lighter version of the Creamsicle Cake. We can finally have our cake and eat it too! Can't remember where this originated but I have served this at family dinners without anyone suspecting it was low fat. Made as presented this is 4 points per piece. Cooking time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #167090

    30 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Thanks to Jello, Cool Whip,Box instant pudding, &box cake this is so easy. Great for pot luck!

    Recipe #63892

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