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    Yummy! Truffles with little balls of carmel in the center! What could be better than that? Be sure to allow the 3+ hours needed to chill them during the different stages.

    Recipe #383945

    Yummy! This is my all-time favorite homemade candy. I love the combination of buttery toffee with nuts and chocolate! It's REALLY EASY to make- you don't even need a candy thermometer for this one. Sometimes I use pecans instead of almonds and I love it that way, too. Feel free to substitute your favorite nut for the almonds- just chop them up small.

    Recipe #361882

    These are AWESOME! Chewy, gooey, chocolatey caramels. And they're easy to make. I was shocked when I found out how easy it is to make caramels and they are sooo much better than store bought.

    Recipe #384619

    My Mom makes this amazing fudge every year at Christmas. It's very smooth, creamy, gooey and rich- not all dry and hard like alot of recipes I've tried. It's unlike any recipe I've found. You'll love it. You'll blow everyone away when you serve this! It calls for 4 cups nut meats but you can substitute those for whatever goodies you like (my all-time favorite is cherries). You can also add different flavorings to make your favorite! My Mom has made this with crushed cookie crumbs, nuts, coconut, peanut butter, caramel, cherries, raspberry flavor, mint flavor, rum flavor marshmallows... there are so many I can't remember them all. The recipe comes from a cookbook called "Martha Dixon's Copper Kettle Cook Book" from 1963. Martha Dixon was quite well-known at that time and had a cooking TV show that was really popular back then. There was no Food Network back then. It was Julia Child and later the Galloping Gourmet... remember them? Anyway, her show was on TV for several years. Some of you may remember her.

    Recipe #362101

    There are many different theories about how this famous ice cream should be made. Nobody knows for sure because the recipe has always been secret. This is my version. I don't know if it's an exact duplicate but we love it this way. When you're finished, it should be sort of the color of smurfs so add food coloring until you acheive smurf blue. I use 40 drops. Splenda lovers- this will not turn out the same with splenda. I love it and sometimes I use it anyway but it does NOT give the same creamy consistency as regular sugar does. I don't know why but it just doesn't.

    Recipe #384027

    This is the easiest vanilla ice cream! I just love it. Give it a try.

    Recipe #375587

    This is the easiest chocolate ice cream! Give it a try, you'll like this one!

    Recipe #375540

    This is what real strawberry ice cream should taste like. It's fresh and all natural. I like knowing exactly what's in the stuff we're eating, don't you? It'll turn out just a light shade of pink so if you want it pinker, add a few drops of food coloring. Splenda lovers- this will NOT turn out the same using splenda. It won't have the same rich, creamy consistency. I don't know why but it won't. Cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #384140

    OMG- These are awesome! I mean AWESOME!!! They are pretty easy and really worth the extra effort! Give them a try one of these hot afternoons when you don't know what to do with your kids. They'll love this one. I made my own ice cream in my ice cream maker- it's so much better. If you want to do that, try to make the ice cream several hours ahead or even the day before so it has time to firm up in the freezer. Here are my two favorite ice creams: recipe #375587 and Recipe #375540 They are both very quick and easy to make. I usually make the cookies the day before I make the ice cream sandwiches and freeze them overnight. That way they're nice and hard and easy to work with. The freezing time is not accounted for in the prep time so plan accordingly.

    Recipe #375538

    These are to die for! They are a little more work than store bought but they blow the doors off anything you can buy at the store. You can use store bought ice cream but homemade is so much better and it's so easy to make! Try to make the ice cream at least a few hours ahead so it can freeze up good. It'll be easier to work with plus you can eat the ice cream sandwiches right away without it oozing out the sides. For homemade, use my recipe recipe #384140 #384140

    Recipe #384160

    We love this awesome sorbet! It's very different and so delicious! Be sure to allow time for the sugar syrup to cool. I make it in the morning, put it in the frige and then when I get home, the syrup is cold and ready to go.

    Recipe #384362

    You'll love these! Kids have so much fun making these. You can make them in dixies cups or popsickle molds. You can usually get the popsickle molds at the dollar store.

    Recipe #384010

    These have no cream cheese so you can safely place these little cuties right in the Easter baskets without worry. You can personalize these for your family and make a bunch of smaller eggs or one or two big ones. You choose the size.

    Recipe #361482

    No, there are no potatoes in these addictive little candies. They are oblong shaped and rolled in cinnamon to resemble cute little potatoes! They are a tradition in our area and they are scrumptious. We wait all year for St. Patrick's Day so we can scarf these cuties down. Try them, you'll find yourself wishing you had made more. You will probably have to hide them if you want to have any left for St. Patrick's Day! That's what I do.

    Recipe #360545

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