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    For coconut custard pie lovers, a more substantial, yet simple dessert. This comes from my ratty old Polly-O cookbook, which has very authentic Italian American recipes.

    Recipe #77922

    Oh my, I found this on epicurious.com, and can't wait to try it. I love cardamom, and have a huge container of it downstairs that I need to use. I have never tried making creme brulee before. Prep time is chill time.

    Recipe #78778

    This is a WOW recipe - the kind that draws all the attention. It is a bit of work, but delicious, and worth every labour-intensive moment.

    Recipe #78962

    1 Reviews |  By BeckyF

    This recipe is one of Chef Bradley Ogden from Caesers Palace in Las Vegas. It was in the Christmas Day LV Review Journal Newspaper.

    Recipe #80311

    A sweet custard,wonderful with fresh berries

    Recipe #83755

    8 Reviews |  By JustaQT

    This recipe is from Top Secret Restaurant Recipes book by Todd Wilbur. (www.topsecretrecipes.com) This is simply the best banana cream pie, no questions asked. Its so rich, creamy, and velvety. It almost melts in your mouth. One bite and you'll be hooked. I threw away all my other banana cream pie recipes. Fresh ripe bananas in a rich vanilla cream, topped with fresh whipped cream or fluffy meringue. For a faster version you may use ready-made graham cracker crusts (the nilla cookie crust is the best). You may use low-fat/no fat products & artificial sweeteners instead of the sugar with no flavor change. If someone doesn't like this I will be shocked as I've never had any complaints as well as leftovers. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have.

    Recipe #89973

    4 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    On our recent trip to Alaska, I fell in love with creme brulee. I was surfing the web and found this version. DH loves Butterfinger candy bars. What could be more perfect? This recipe is brought to you by Nestle.

    Recipe #95411

    Better Homes & Gardens

    Recipe #95410

    Its amazing that something so decadent can be so easy to prepare! I gobbled it up at a pot luck last nite & searched for the recipe on the Kraft website this morning. The cook time is freezer time.

    Recipe #95471

    I made it up myself because I was bored. These truffles can be made with any type of chocolate. These truffles are great as presents if you put them neatly presented in a box.

    Recipe #96473

    From Robert Bennett, Le Bec Fin.

    Recipe #97613

    1 Reviews |  By Courtly

    This came from TOH sounds delicious

    Recipe #97749

    This recipe is from Trinidad in the Caribbean. The islands are famous for their rums and many of the recipes include it. If you like rum, you'll love this recipe.

    Recipe #99889

    Ever wonder what to do with all those left-over egg yolks from baking an angel food cake? This is what my grandmother did with hers! A luscious, eggy sponge cake. You can frost it or not, your choice!

    Recipe #100505

    I like the brownie-like flavor of these cute little cookies, and I love how simple they are to make. They are easily hand-mixed, so don't drag out the mixer! I made a double batch using one whole egg in just 45 minutes from start to finish. I didn't refrigerate the dough, but next time I might because it was a bit sticky to work with. Judge doneness by touch rather than appearance, since once they start to "look" done, they are already overbaked. This recipe comes from Everyday Food magazine #16. I am including the vanilla variation, although I have not tried it yet.

    Recipe #101907

    This recipe is from Rold Gold pretzels.

    Recipe #102021

    I have not tried this, I'm just putting it on the net so that when I get ready to go to the store, I have a list of the ingredients needed without having to go through recipe by recipe. It is from Sylvia Bennett's $5 Dollar Menus for Two, the A&B Biochemical Machine Method.

    Recipe #104345


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