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    This is wonderful to have on hand in the cupboard when you are in the mood for a special hot chocolate drink...top with marshmallows or whipped cream...this is so delicious!

    Recipe #106793

    For all you peanut butter chocolate lovers, these are wonderful!

    Recipe #107521

    A very moist buttery loaf bread. Can also be baked in mini loaf pans.

    Recipe #116951

    If you are looking for a dark chocolate cupcake then these are not for you, they rise simply beautiful and come out just perfect, they' re so easy to make everything is mixed in one bowl with a wooden spoon! --- top these with my recipe#89207

    Recipe #116989

    A wonderful creamy mocha frozen dessert for the summer or anytime. Grated chocolate may be sprinkled on top along with the chopped pecans.

    Recipe #116994

    This delicious cake has a wonderful buttery-tasting crumb bottom... perfect with coffee or tea.

    Recipe #117202

    One of the better chocolate muffin recipes I have come across...These bake out high and tender and with a nice "crackly" high-top, they have an intense chocolate flavor... drizzle with melted white chocolate over them.

    Recipe #117558

    These bake out very moist and rise high! Tiny chocolate chips may be subbed for the nuts. Sprinkle lightly with powdered sugar, drizzle with a glaze or frost after baking. Which ever you decide, these are fantastic muffins!

    Recipe #117929

    This recipe goes back to when my son was small and that is quite a while back, and I still make them, these are moist and rich no need for an electric mixer for this recipe it's all mixed with a wooden spoon, I have even added in chopped walnuts or mini chocolate chips, my recipe #89207 works great with these :)

    Recipe #118140

    A favorite cookie! serving size is estimated as it really depends on size of cookies.

    Recipe #118254

    This is a wonderful cake layered inside twice with a delicious streusel filling.

    Recipe #119472

    A recipe from last year's BBQ get together, this is really good, and oh so simple to make! For a really strong coffee flavor, add in another tablespoon of coffee granules (4 tbsps in all). This is like a cold cup of creamy coffee with chocolte added, it is just delicious, and a fantastic after dinner dessert to serve to your guests or family.... I know, I have made it on many occasions! What I have done in the past also, is layer the prepared mixture with a layer of Cool Whip topping, finishing with the Cool Whip on top, sprinkled with chocolate shavings on top of the Cool Whip. This recipe makes approx 10-12 desserts depending on how much you put in the dessert dishes, you might want to scale all ingredients down to half for a 4-6 serving amount. Prep time includes 1 hour chilling time.

    Recipe #120571

    This is a definite must-try if you are a peanut butter and chocolate lover. Although I have not tried it, I am guessing that these bars can be baked in a 13 x 9-inch baking pan also. This is a great dessert! Plan ahead, this needs to stay in the refrigerator for 6 or more hours, overnight is even better.

    Recipe #120983

    If you love chocolate, then this is a recipe you really should try! Plan ahead, the pudding needs to refrigerated for 3-4 hours. If desired, you can serve the cooled pudding as a fudge sauce over warmed brownies.

    Recipe #121485

    Chocolate lovers heaven! All the whole recipe is prepared on a food processor. It is a brownie bottom with swirled in cake mix, The end result is a chewy brownie with golden swirls of cake mix in it, it looks fabulous and tastes even better lol! this whole recipe takes less than 10 minutes to put together...you will love this easy and delicious bar recipe. YES, no mistake, 2 cups of butter!! Make sure you purchase the super moist cake mix for this recipe.

    Recipe #122718

    These cupcakes taste like a cookie, looks like a little cake, and has the texture of a brownie. These are awesome! You can drizzle melted chocolate over the cupcakes when cooled if desired.

    Recipe #122808

    These are a crispy, rich outragiously delicious cookies with a gooey middle!... or for a marbleized look, swirl the sticky part into the batter with a wooden spoon, if you prefer the gooey part distributed throughout the cookie. This is an amazing cookie recipe that every peanut butter lover should try! the gooey filling part of this recipe is made on a food processor. Yield is only estimated, depending on size of cookies. If you do not have any butter-flavour Crisco, then use 1/2 cup butter. Just a tip, you can freeze the remaining sweetened condensed milk for another time, but my advise is better prepare two recipes of these cookies, they won't last long LOL!...just prepare the same ingredients in two seperate bowls.

    Recipe #124697

    This recipe goes back a long time, there easy to make. You can add in chopped smarties, chopped nuts, crushed chocolate bars, I have even added in coloured mini marshmallow, use your imagination! They are wonderful for pot lucks!

    Recipe #124728

    This is wonderful on brownies, it's a nice change from your regular chocolate icing.... but of coarse can be used for all different recipes also, this recipe makes enough to frost an 8x8-inch pan, but of coarse can be doubled or tripled!... it freezes well also, so prepare lots, and freeze in half or one cup plastic freezer containers to have handy when you need it.

    Recipe #125841

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