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    This is a real easy delightful fruit cake that uses only 3 ingredients. Recommended by the Australian Heart Foundation.

    Recipe #514392

    A lovely Mediterranean recipe often used to break the daily fast during the month of Ramadan. Can be prepared in advance.

    Recipe #237939

    Super easy summer dessert. Very smooth and velvety and would also be good with strawberries.

    Recipe #487911

    I got this recipe from a coworker who knows I enjoy both blueberries and custard. I haven't made this myself yet, but I soon will!

    Recipe #57417

    My Sweetheart made this for our company potluck and it was a huge hit! Super easy and extremely tasty. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #381709

    I get compliments on this fruit salad wherever I take it. It is super easy to make and a great dish to bring to a potluck or family party. Kids love it too. Everyone asks "what's in the sauce"? The secret ingredient is the vanilla pudding mix.

    Recipe #66575

    1 Reviews |  By Ceezie

    The marshmallows started out on the bottom and ended up on the top forming a thin, brown,bubbly topping. And the cherries, which were on the top, ended up on the bottom. I haven't tried this with other pie fillings but I bet it would be equally as good.

    Recipe #511977

    I wanted something different than just cranberry sauce- but still wanted the 'tradition' of it. I have made this sauce for Thanksgiving 3 years in a row and it gits rave reviews from- what seems like- everyone that eats it- Even from people who don't like 'traditional' cranberry sauce. I recommend that you make this a day ahead (refrigerate) to let flavors mingle. I serve it cold- As far as the spices go- I don't really measure... I know 1/8th of a tsp of cloves seems like a lot- i just shake a bit in... but if you don't like cloves- just omit them! Enjoy!!! :)

    Recipe #195695

    This tasty and different side dish has been served at every Thanksgiving dinner in my memory. It’s good with any roasted meat, especially turkey and pork. Make 1 to 2 weeks ahead, store in refrigerator. For a large crowd, double the recipe. Serves 5 to 6.

    Recipe #509477

    Cheap and VERY Easy to make, low on sugar but has a great taste

    Recipe #114210

    Recipe from TOH Quick Cooking 2002 Annual Recipes submitted by Lorna Nault. Plan ahead......needs to chill.

    Recipe #508275

    3 Reviews |  By rpsj2

    from the book "Cranberry Mystery", by Wende & Harry Devlin, published in 1978

    Recipe #399092

    This recipe came from a Taste of Home cookbook. It's my all-time favorite pie! It shocks the taste buds. Be sure to have a piece while it's still warm!

    Recipe #83465

    I found this scribbled inside a book dated 1916 in my grandma's attic. It's still a bomb dessert after all these years.

    Recipe #14019

    Every time that I serve these snacks I get requests for the recipe, so I finally wrote it up to share. I make the balls bigger than the original recipe called for. For nutrition info, one serving is two balls. I don't recall where I found this recipe, if you know I will be happy to acknowledge the source.

    Recipe #507531

    This is the apple crisp from my childhood (there is no oatmeal in the topping). If I could only pick one dessert to make the rest of my life, this would probably be it. Mom always made this in her beautiful copper au gratin pan. I bought the same pan when I got married, just so I could make this dessert. Originally from the 1966 version of the "Woman's Day Encyclopedia of Cookery", Mom adapted it slightly over the years (with a little help from Cooks Illustrated I think). Cutting the apples into "cubes" (instead of slices) helps the apples keep the apples firm throughout. I have made this with pecans or walnuts. I have also made it without nuts. I like it best with pecans, but all versions are yummy!! I love it warm or cold. You can serve it with ice cream, but I usually only do that for dinner parties.

    Recipe #397238

    The sweet crunchy topping compliments the tartness of the plums. I serve this warm with vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #129087

    Uses fresh peaches, left-over challah and almond extract.

    Recipe #461814

    I received this recipe from a friend in Barbados, after I asked to bring a few of her favorite recipes back home with me. The ingredients are meant to be weighed for the most consistent results.

    Recipe #504717

    Southern Living's Quick and Easy Cookbook

    Recipe #504396

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