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    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Sweet and tart. Light and airy.

    Recipe #77461

    A combination of my favourite fruits in a delicious meringue roll. Very summery. Of course you could use other fruits if you wished.

    Recipe #77483

    This is a traditional Christmas sweet from Italy. Posted in response to request

    Recipe #78363

    Recipe found in a regional magazine. I'm adding these treats to my goodie tray this holiday. Cook time includes letting the "kisses" sit in the oven after baking.

    Recipe #79391

    This is Martha Stewart's recipe for making beautiful little mushrooms to adorn a buche de noel--or just to make because they are so pretty. Don't make these on a rainy or damp day. Originally posted here by Mean Chef.

    Recipe #79403

    3 Reviews |  By JustaQT

    Yummy and sweet. Some call it white fudge. This is the best divinity you can find. Everyone who has had it wanted more and the recipe to go along with it.

    Recipe #81979

    This is from the programm BODY BREAK a low fat cake...easy and its good...now if you frost or whatever, you will increase the fat contents... or use a 7 minutes frosting...fat content for this cake as recipe is 2.5 grams per three layer slice including the fill. OH YES this Rises High... yes the cocoa amount of 1 1/2 cups is correct...

    Recipe #82863

    Posted on request. I found it at Travel Channel website. Prep time is an estimation and includes chilling time.

    Recipe #85659

    This was my mother's recipe. She was a wonderful cook! Hope you enjoy this recipe as much as my family does.

    Recipe #87615

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Go ahead and use whatever nut you prefer.

    Recipe #90660

    This recipe is easy to make and low in fat and calories...it's pretty healthy! The first time I beat the egg whites too much, and it came out like unfolded fortune cookies. The second time, it wasn't so bad, but still not like kisses. Just try not to overbeat, and you'll be fine! (Both times, it still tasted great)

    Recipe #91949

    I have been carrying this recipe around for so many years that the paper is yellowed and dog-eared. It is on a page torn from some magazine and listed as a Famous Fannie Farmer candy/cookie. This recipe makes 18 macaroons at about 35 calories each - 1 gram of fat each.

    Recipe #94881

    This won Joan Browning a $400 prize in BHG magazine

    Recipe #95306

    Posted in reply to a "recipe request." I've had this recipe for some years, and I'm clueless as to where/who I got it from. The 20 minute "prep time" includes the 10 minutes to roll the baked cookies.

    Recipe #96618

    This recipe is from one of my hero's, Alice Medrich. It is a simple nut-meringue based cake layer, that can be filled and coated with anything. It needs to sit for several hours after filling or coating with your favorite mousse or buttercream, so that the filling/coating can soften the texture. It will be like cardboard if you omit this step. This is not a dessert in itself - it is the basis for many different desserts.

    Recipe #97058

    A real heavenly and rich chocolate treat from the 50's It's still a real treat today

    Recipe #97911

    I found this in the deep, dark confines of my cookbook. Cooking time is cooling time.

    Recipe #99473

    If you wish, 1 cup chopped walnuts or pecans may be stirred into mixture with the coffee powder and cinnamon.

    Recipe #100121

    Easy to make and light as a cloud.

    Recipe #100325

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