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    My family's favorite. This is a very meaty lasagna. We prefer it with cottage cheese, but you can easily substitute ricotta.

    Recipe #28768

    A Rosh HaShanah tradition. Use with Recipe #251441 (Honey Glaze).

    Recipe #251440

    2 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Chocolate lovers, this one's for you! Mmmm..... A chocolate cake made jelly roll fashion, with yummy chocolate cheesecake filling and covered with a delicious mocha frosting. You could even use Nutella in place of the melted chocolate chips or for the frosting. Yum! Dress this log up with maraschino cherries and Recipe #273965 for a Yule Log Cake during the holidays or for a scout or camping theme, try Chef #182010's Recipe #79403.

    Recipe #300614

    Glaze to go with Recipe #251440.

    Recipe #251441

    1 Reviews |  By Pismo

    I found this recipe on the America's Test Kitchen (Cooks Illustrated) website. I like it because it has a very light cream cheese flavor and isn't too sweet or overpowering.

    Recipe #202566

    Crisp layers of almond-filled meringue baked on top of cake layers, then sandwiched with whipped cream and drizzled with melted chocolate!

    Recipe #217508

    An original recipe, created by my husband, Daniel. This intensely rich and decadent dark chocolate cheesecake is pebbled with tart, dried Bing cherries. I doubt you've ever tasted anything quite like it!

    Recipe #275426

    For those of you who may not like the very spicy, dark version so often served during the holidays, this loaf is lighter and very moist. A hint of orange is a wonderful addition, and the cream cheese icing is a perfect compliment. (Originally published by Veronica Hill.)

    Recipe #148641

    5 Reviews |  By C.C

    This icing is from Wilton, I did the cake decorating course last year and this was the recipe used. This basic recipe gives a stiff icing which is great for making roses and other flowers, but can be thinned down by adding a teaspoon of water at a time to get the consistency you need, for a medium icing for piping add an extra 1 teaspoon of water/milk. For a thin icing to put a base frosting on the cake, add 2 teaspoons of milk/water. I usually use a combination of almond and vanilla extract, and if you are maikng a pure white icing use a clear extract, Wilton do a range of these.

    Recipe #214989

    This is part cupcake, part cheesecake and all delicious. It is from the Cupcake Doctor.

    Recipe #223157

    6 Reviews |  By C.C

    I did the Wilton cake decorating course last year and this was the recipe for Royal Icing we used. It dries hard and is great for writing and flowers that will keep for weeks if stored in an airtight,it means you can make these well in advance. Keep them away from strong light as any colours will fade. Keep equipment grease free, or you will end up with a soupy mess.

    Recipe #214991

    A frosting just like the bakeries use on their cakes and there is no refrigeration required--it may be kept for 3 months covered in the refrigerator just bring to room temperature before using. Recipe yields 8 cups of frosting. You will love this!

    Recipe #282040

    3 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Posted in response to a request.

    Recipe #21110

    Delicious cupcakes with a Mad Hatter twist! Great for any tea party; even Alice would approve. I've tweaked the basic recipe from a Pillsbury Bake-off finalist, Kathryn Fitch.

    Recipe #134596

    These Pillsbury Bake Off winning cupcakes use just a few ingredients and are very delicious. The kids especially like them.

    Recipe #93114

    These are in my published cookbook as 'Victorian Jewels'. They take fruitcake to a tasty new high and are very easy to make. Prep. time does not include the overnight marinating.

    Recipe #148585

    1 Reviews |  By CandyTX

    I saw this on someone's blog and I had to get it down so I could try to make it next year...

    Recipe #196673

    These are really cute cupcakes to celebrate Groundhog Day on Feb. 2. The design is from Disney. They are adorable and great for kids to take to school.

    Recipe #111303

    This is a very "more-ish" almond cake that takes no time to prepare and little time to bake. Great for when you have unexpected company and need to whip something up.

    Recipe #188383

    3 Reviews |  By Nic

    If you want a dessert to impress, then this recipe is for you. This is a family favourite and is requested for celebrations. The cake has no flour in it, so it's very light, and indulgent with its chocolate mousse and whipped cream filling. The recipe comes from Delia Smith, and I have tweaked it slightly.

    Recipe #105457

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