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    You could use milk in place of the cream but the texture will differ slightly.

    Recipe #278282

    You will be surprised at how easy and delicious this fudge is and it sets to the perfect texture! --- if you prefer a less sweeter taste then remove 2 tablespoons of white sugar after measuring the 1-2/3 cups --- evaporated milk may be replaced for the cream, using good-quality chocolate chips for this will only improve the flavor--- for easy removal from the pan, line pan with a large piece of foil overlapping on both sides, to remove the fudge lift up foil, remove foil from bottom of the fudge then place the block of fudge onto a flat surface and slice into small squares, or you may slice the fudge in the pan --- you will love this fudge!

    Recipe #270307

    When you bite into these rich, chocolate cookies, you'll think it is a brownie!

    Recipe #79159

    Perfect biscotti made with a cake mix, if desired drizzle with a white chocolate glaze after the cookies are cooled, melt a 10-ounce bag of white chocolate chips with 2 teaspoon shortening, mix until smooth then drizzle over each cookie.

    Recipe #269357

    Coloured sugar, sprinkles, grated coconut or crushed candy canes may be sprinkled on right after dipping into the chocolate, have fun and use your imagination to decorate the coated pretzels, it's a fun holiday project for children of all ages! :)

    Recipe #268554

    This is the grand prize winner taken from Taste of Home's Simple&Delicious magazine, Nov/Dec/07 submitted by Mary Ann Marino -- if your coconut strands are long I suggest to chop with a knife --- these are SO delicious!

    Recipe #265871

    Great for potlucks, you may double the complete recipe and bake in two pans these freeze very well, in place of the nuts dried cranberries or raisins may be used or any dried fruit desired, this is a fairly sweet bar so you might want to reduce the sugars slightly if desired --- servings is only esimated depending on the size of the bars --- for greasing pan see recipe#78579

    Recipe #265826

    These are the *best* bars and so easy to make, the trick to these is not to overbake, mine bake out perfectly in a 350 degree oven, second-lowest rack for 22 minutes, servings is only estimated --- add in 1 teaspoon cinnamon also if desired --- this was developed using full-fat peanut butter :)

    Recipe #258522

    The muffins itself are not a dark chocolate but the chocolate chips is what adds to the flavor chocolate flavor :)

    Recipe #247065

    Make certain to drizzle the chocolate glaze over the cake when it is still warm, pecans may be used in place of walnuts. This is only optional but you may also sprinkle nuts *over* the top of the cake before drizzling with the glaze:)

    Recipe #246292

    After tasting these at a small get together that was hosted by a vegan, I was delighted to receive the recipe to try for myself and then had to post it here, these are one of the best vegan brownies! water may be substituted for the soy milk if desired.

    Recipe #244245

    The ingredient amounts are for one 9-inch pie or an 8 x 8-inch square baking pan, this makes a wonderful crust that slices perfectly without crumbling, you may bake the crust or prepare without baking, I prefer to bake it as the crust will hold together better, if you are not a lover of cinnamon you may omit :)

    Recipe #239565

    I made this recently it is *SOOOOOOO* good, it's like a frozen Reese's peanut butter cup :) If you are a lover of peanut butter and chocolate you will love this! it has a chocolate layer spread over the crust, then a creamy peanut butter/cream cheese middle, then topped off with chocolate drizzle, you could double the amount for the chocolate topping which I did do but found that it was too much for my liking, if you like lots of topping then go ahead and double, remove this pie from the freezer about 15 minutes before slicing, I think this pie could also be served from the refrigerator and not frozen ;-)

    Recipe #237884

    No need to bake it in a water bath, it bakes out beautifully! This can also be baked in a 13 x 9-inch baking pan, but baking times vary slightly, just prepare as stated only bake for 20 minutes in a 300°F oven, remove and cover loosely with foil and return to oven to bake for another 20-30 minutes, if you don't have any mini chocolate chips just use the regular-size, for a less sweeter filling use only 8 tablespoons (1/2 cup sugar) prep time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #232940

    warning...these are *extremely* addicting, be prepared to eat half a pan right away! if desired reduce the coconut and add in some chopped nuts :)

    Recipe #231706

    This tastes like a cold peanut butter cup and takes only minutes to make, not only is this a lower fat recipe it is extremely delicious, of coarse you can go the full-fat route but this tastes just as good! Magic shell is found near the ice cream cones in your grocery store, it hardens when drizzled on top of ice cream or anything completely frozen, make certain to purchase the ready-made 4-ounce containers of chocolate pudding for this. Cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #229332

    Plan ahead, this needs to chill for a minimum of 8 hours or overnight before serving. For a *chocolate* cheesecake; omit lemon juice, melt 1-1/2 cups semisweet chocolate chips with 2 tablespoons butter in microwave, cool until almost room temperature then mix in with the cream cheese. You might also want to reduce the sugar by a couple of tablespoons. See *note* on the bottom for a graham crust.

    Recipe #228215

    This is SOOOOO good!, I make this using my recipe#87925 but boxed is okay to use as long as it is a mix to fit into a 13x9 pan. Prep time does not include making the brownies, plan ahead this needs to chill for a few hours before serving

    Recipe #228072

    For easy chopping place the cookies in a plastic bag then coarsley crush with hands.2

    Recipe #227494

    Really these are more like a dessert than a waffle, top these with whippped cream and fresh berries for a fantastic weekend brunch, your family will rave! The batter can be cooked in a standard or Belgian waffle maker, servings is only estimated, because each waffle maker cooks at a different time, the cooking time for this recipe is not stated. Add in some cinnamon also :)

    Recipe #227361

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