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    7 Reviews |  By KelBel

    This is the perfect way to end a meal on a cold wintry day, and the leftovers are great the following day! Serve warm with vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #166491

    From Moody's Restaurant in Waldoboro, Maine this was reviewed by Bobby Flaye in an episode entitled "Coastal Maine".

    Recipe #228536

    A new twist on an old recipe.

    Recipe #392842

    I always seem to have leftover bananas, and I usually make banana bread, in different variatons. These whoopie pies, or gobs, are another great thing to make with overripe bananas. This recipe is adapted from Baking Bites.

    Recipe #451180

    giant soft chocolate cookies stuffed with peanut butter filling...

    Recipe #402806

    These are good. Filling is extra fluffy and delicious. It is not a sugary filling. The pies are extra chocolate-ty and soft. Wrap them individually in a baggie and freeze for later or eat all of them now.

    Recipe #211880

    These are part of my OAMC rotation. My kids love these. I normally double this recipe as they go fast at my house.

    Recipe #320658

    9 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    The original recipe is from Kittencal. I have made these so many times and made changes with some of my family's favorite ingredients and thought I would post to share with you. The Honey Roasted Peanut Butter give these cookies such a wonderful flavor. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #179928

    I was cooking with a friend one day when we had a hankering for cheesecake. The only problem was that my favorite cheesecake recipe took all night to set. To fix the time problem, we came up with the genius idea of baking them in cupcake form so they would cool faster. It turned out fabulously and the cupcakes make perfect individual servings to serve at parties or after dinner.

    Recipe #169510

    This recipe combines regular ice cream with other ingredients to create a special frozen dessert. You don't need an ice cream freezer, just space in your freezer to store until serving!

    Recipe #445997

    from Cooking Light's Holiday Cookbook

    Recipe #422479

    Recipe from Sandra Lee from Food Network.

    Recipe #244860

    When you're in the mood for something sweet, but you want to keep it light, this simple dip really hits the spot. Dipping fresh plump strawberries in the cool and creamy concoction is a fun and delicious way to eat dessert. Found this recipe in a TOH "Meal in Minutes" Magazine and changed to suit our taste just slightly. Hope you enjoy it!!

    Recipe #354661

    From an old Panguitch, UT Relief Society recipe book. I've not made this yet, but it looks good. Sharing for my future reference. Prep and cooking time is a guess at this point. As is servings.

    Recipe #399910

    These pickled eggs taste just like the eggs that general stores used to sell! Add 1 cup beet juice if you'd like pink pickled eggs.

    Recipe #29150

    3 Reviews |  By MamaJ

    I got this from the Cuisine at Home Holiday Cookbook. These are delicious! A moist coconut dough is wrapped around an almond hershey kiss. The cookie is chewy on the outside with a chocolate almond surprise inside. It's almost a cross between a cookie and a candy. Mmmmmm.

    Recipe #264857

    5 Reviews |  By twissis

    Most Icelanders have an enormous “sweet tooth” and an Icelandic afternoon tradition called “Kaffi og Kaka” (coffee and cake) is 1 way they indulge their craving. At first I expected something simple, but I quickly realized K&K is the Icelandic version of an American tradition ... “pig out till you seriously hurt yourself!” For some, it’s daily and casual. For others, it’s less frequent ... but a very formal, put out your best china, fill a table w/all manner of taste sensations and eat for 2 hrs while pouring coffee so strong it would make you gasp w/terror. A favorite treat for such occasions is Iceland Almond Cake. Again my source is my “Classic Scandanavian Cooking” cookbook by Nika Hazelton. Part of the intro says “This cake is good & easy, & it will keep well if wrapped in aluminum foil – without the filling & topping, of course.”

    Recipe #169075

    I found this great little pamphlet at the grocery store with some delicious recipes. It is a JELL-O, Cool Whip, Nilla Wafers, Philadelphia Cream Cheese, and Bakers Chocolate Squares book of recipes. This is one of them that I plan on trying this week. Sounds delicious. I may try and roll the truffles in the chopped nuts that you buy in the ice cream topping section. This recipe is using Baker's Squares and Philadelphia Cream Cheese. 10 minutes preparation time does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #330488

    4 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Fresh jalapenos is needed for this recipe which easily doubles/triples to do in batches for canning. This is JJ's chutney that will give your mouth a funky little roller coaster ride of hot & sweet. Serve it with cream cheese on crackers, or as chutney on Tortilla chips. Great for gift baskets! Remove the seeds from the jalepenos for 'Cowgirl Candy'. I have sometimes made this with an assortment of hot peppers from our garden.

    Recipe #315991

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