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    Recipe #282821

    Adapted from Yankee magazine. I think these cookies are just lovely and am hoping to make them this year. The pistachios provide lovely green specks of color, so although they would still taste nice with a different nut, you would lose the green-red holiday effect if you substitute. Sanding sugar is the coarse, sparkly sugar that is used to decorate cookies - unlike ordinary sugar, the crystals will stay whole and look like clear sparkly sprinkles on the cookie edges (you can also use red or green). Plan ahead as the dough must chill overnight.

    Recipe #106291

    When I created these waffles, I immediately fell in love with the rustic texture and the original flavor. I have to admit, I ate every single bite of the whole batch when trying to name these LOL. :) I do hope that you enjoy them. The cook time is what it took for both waffles to cook in my iron, but I believe my iron cooks rather quickly. Please keep in mind that all waffle irons are different (at least in my experieces!). I had a hard time deciding what the actual measurement was for the ground cardamom. It was closest to 1/8 teaspoon, but you can add just a touch more, as I feel it was a "heaped" 1/8 teaspoon, but definitely not 1/4 teaspoon lol :)

    Recipe #93237

    This is a really sweet bread. I made it to share with co-workers and to use up my extra cherries. It tastes great with a cup of coffee or tea. You can put in up to a cup of chocolate chips, cherries or nuts; depending on your tastes. I generally use 1 cup of cherries and 3/4 cup of chocolate chips.

    Recipe #245634

    I'm not sure where I originally got this recipe but I just recently tried it myself. Since the batter is more like a dough, I found it incredibly hard to layer in the muffin tins as described. Next time I'm going to use my springform pan and make a layered coffeecake instead and bake it for about 50 minutes.

    Recipe #4155

    10 Reviews |  By Kree

    I didn't see anything at all like this on Zaar, so I had to share. These low-fat treats from About.com look like they're sure to please! They say fresh Bing cherries work best, but frozen can be used, too. Use soymilk soured with 1 tsp lemon juice or vinegar to make this dairy-free.

    Recipe #174328

    Another Pampered Chef favorite of mine. Whenever I make this, I never have leftovers. I have had people insist it must be from a bakery. I say of course it is, MINE!! The extra effort into the presentation makes all the difference!

    Recipe #92632

    These are a favorite everytime I take them somewhere.....they are always the first to disappear. I usually cut them into squares and put them in individual cupcake papers to make serving easier. They are easy to make, too. Prep/cook time does NOT include 4 hours for chilling.

    Recipe #116976

    these are the best..you must give them a try...you can use dried cranberrries if dried cherries are either not available or too expensive in your community...but you must use the Kirsch...that is a must..!!!

    Recipe #86999

    This is one of my most favorite cakes that my mom used to make when I was growing up. I make this cake often as I love the almond flavor with cinnamon sugar topping and each slice is so pretty with the red cherries and nuts.

    Recipe #19454

    13 Reviews |  By Gerry

    A great coffee cake that tastes as good as it looks. This cake has been a real crowd pleaser at our Sunday morning coffee hour. There are no leftovers when serving this one. I got this recipe from a friend who not only has great recipes but shares them!

    Recipe #89591

    21 Reviews |  By Kree

    My cousin used to make a similar dessert when we were camping, so when I found this recipe in the "Busy Woman's Cookbook" I couldn't resist it! It's so simple and yummy!

    Recipe #70713

    This is from my Eat Well Stay Well cookbook. I haven’t tried it yet, but it looks like a great way to use up leftover rice. Dried cranberries or blueberries can be used in place of the cherries. 4 servings.

    Recipe #184491

    Made with crescent rolls, this is an easy and yummy dessert or snack that bakes up in 15 minutes! Adapted from Country Woman magazine, and was submitted by Nancy Zimmerman in New Jersey.

    Recipe #142032

    A great snack, topping ice cream, or sprinkled over oatmeal or yogurt for breakfast! If you can't find lavender, substitute 2 tsp. lemon zest. This is packed with vitamin E and fiber!

    Recipe #172634

    This is a beautiful and delicious coffee cake that works as a dessert as well. You will be proud to serve it to family or guests.

    Recipe #94869

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This can be used year round by replacing the cherries with the fruit that is currently in season. It's also fun and yummy with biscotti in place of fruit...we won't discuss how I know this.....

    Recipe #191454

    Very showy cookies will be a welcome addition to your holiday cookie trays. Kids love to help pat this cookie dough into the pan. From Land O Lakes.

    Recipe #48469

    Kids love this. For a whole new flavor, substitute 1 tablespoon jerk blend seasoning mix for the chili powder, garlic powder, onion powder, and red pepper.

    Recipe #118295

    I got this out of BH&G magazine. I love chocolate covered cherries and this recipe is to die for. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #185614

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