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    1 Reviews |  By KT_Z

    I made these for my Dad for Father's Day this year. The recipe comes from Allrecipes.com. They're good, but I think mine need a little something extra. The recipe calls for lemon-extract, but I didn't have any, so instead I used the zest of one lemon, plus the juice from half. Still a little lacking in lemon flavour, so I think I'll make a lemon glaze to brush on top before I give them to him! I also omitted the almonds, as I was trying to make them as close to the muffins he buys on the road as I could! Not overly sweet.

    Recipe #234679

    These cookies have been loved by the most anti-peanut butter cookie people. The trick is twice as much peanut butter as your average-joe cookie recipe, and some leavening changes to help turn out a thick, chewy cookie. And the peanut butter matters... I use Adams brand natural organic peanut butter (you can pour out some of the oil if you want), or you can make your own at a health food store like Wild Oats or Whole Foods.

    Recipe #174901

    I have no clue where I got this recipe but I found it written down in my handwriting. I used to make this when I was in high school and it was always a big hit!

    Recipe #252622

    I got this recipe out of a Taste of Home book last summer and I love this recipe. I made it for a BBQ and my daughter requested it as a birthday cake. I've also used strawberries and blueberries for 4th of July celebration. The recipe recommends slicing the cake with a serrated knife. To split the cake into three layers I use dental floss - Makes a nice clean cut.

    Recipe #290172

    4 Reviews |  By MissAli

    After finding the recipes for low fat brownies on the Zaar lacking, I decided to create my own recipe. Here is what I've come up with, much lower in fat and still delicious. I've put the molasses as optional, because I've made it with out, but I think it really enhances the flavor. You may stir in 1/2 cup chopped nuts after the last step, but that will add more fat to the recipe. And, you may use two squares unsweetened baking chocolate instead of the cocoa, oil, and extra tablespoon of applesauce

    Recipe #289548

    2 Reviews |  By Alskann

    This is one of my favorite cookies. I always eat too many once I get started.

    Recipe #215085

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    Seasonal favorite great for dessert OR even breakfast! Use canned pumpkin or better yet, bake a halved pumpkin, scoop out the meat and mash well. Mmmmm!

    Recipe #182808

    My grandmother gave me this apple pie recipe after she made it for me during a visit about 5 years ago. I like to use Granny Smith apples, leave the peel on, and cut slices that are a little thick, but do whatever you wish! This is a very good pie and I'm always asked to make it! Thanks, Grandma!! (Very good served with vanilla ice cream!)

    Recipe #31128

    These are really tasty. I tend to glaze them in a mixture of butter, honey, and icing sugar.

    Recipe #296891

    My kids just love to order this at Mexican restaurants so I couldn't resist saving this recipe. It is from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #294630

    To dress these up, place a walnut half on top of each muffin before baking. Also, take care to buy plain pumpkin puree, not spiced puree that may be labeled "pie filling."

    Recipe #287146

    1 Reviews |  By Marz

    This recipe came from the Martha Stewart's web site. It is probably best to use fresh blueberries in this recipe, or if you use frozen make sure they are well thawed out. The sugar topping makes a crunchy topping. I love the addition of lemon zest in the scones, because it brings out the blueberry taste. Instead of zest you can also use lemon oil (1/4 tsp), and you will get a mild background lemony taste. Probably best to make these on the day you will eat them. They are not as good the day after. Right out of the oven with a pipping hot cup of coffee is the way to go!

    Recipe #288503

    I make these butter tarts only at Christmas. They are small morsels of sweet sublime. I always use whole pecans--each tart gets its own crown of a whole pecan before baking.

    Recipe #273791

    To die for!!!

    Recipe #39444

    On October 2, 2001, I discovered the Recipezaar Web site. I immediately joined so I could post a request for a recipe I had lost. In less than an hour, I had a reply: this recipe. Unfortunately, I never posted it into the database -- until now. My mistake. This cake was the reason I joined, and the friendly response I received was the reason I stayed!

    Recipe #73825

    This is a nice and moist chocolatey cake, nicely spiced and we like the addition of walnuts. You can dress it up with a dusting of powdered sugar, if you like. Recipe is from my sis-in-law Susie; she's been making this cake since the 70s. Best made a day ahead. Makes one bundt or tube cake, or two loaves. Enjoy!

    Recipe #117894

    Fudge and cake, what a combination! This is an easy cake to put together for any occasion.

    Recipe #190050

    I won a Blue Ribbon for this cake in 1986 at the Ohio State Fair.

    Recipe #28684

    I have not heard of Quinoa before, but after I discover it, I fell in love with this unique grain. High in protein and fiber and it is very tasty! This recipe uses regular sugar or you can make it sugar free, by using xylitol. If you have not heard of xylitol (Xylitol is not only a safe, natural sweetener without the bad side-effects of sugar and artificial substitutes, it's also good for your teeth, stabilizes insulin and hormone levels, and promotes good health. I get my xylitol at Ebay or your favorite health store. The quinoa makes a wonderful moist bread, loads of flavor. I find the best bananas to use are the nice and ripe ones! IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please do not give your pets anything made with xylitol. It is good for people, but toxic for animals.

    Recipe #114492

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