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    Pies and Cakes

    This is likely the cookbook I'll use least. We love desserts around here, but it seems if we have them in the house, that's ALL we eat!! It's just too dangerous!
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    5 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is for the World Tour 2005 RecipeZaar event. I've posted it in the Canadian section. I haven't made the cake yet, but hope to soon. The recipe is in the Time Life Good Cook "Cakes" Cookbook.

    Recipe #134936

    The perfect plain Angel Food Cake. Adopted 9/06 (Mean Chef)

    Recipe #59325

    We can never wait for the rhubarb to be ready in the spring so I can make this easy moist coffee cake!

    Recipe #118060

    This recipe says spring. It is easy to prepare and even easier to eat. My family devours it and we are not dessert people. It is from the Company's Coming cookbook series.

    Recipe #25430

    Pears work equally well. Nice when friends come for coffee.

    Recipe #183836

    This is our favourite spice cake...Ummmm...We love lots of spices. On cold fall days..the smell of this cake, brings people right in out of the cold...Great with a nice cup of tea or strong coffee.

    Recipe #88856

    This is taken from Gale Gand's Sweet DReams. They turned out awesome, though a bit sweet for the topping (i will reduce the brown sugar if you don't like ultra sweet topping) but these are wonderful and moist.

    Recipe #129241

    This is an adopted recipe. I think it looks fabulous for a Mexican/Tex-mex feast, particularly on a hot summer night, but have not yet tried it. Comments from those who get to it before I do are appreciated via a review. Thanks!

    Recipe #5192

    This cake is so good it should be illegal! It's very easy to make, just throw all the ingredients into the mixing bowl and let the beaters do the work. I got this from Betty Crocker's Cookbook 1978, my husband's kitchen bible from his bachelor days.

    Recipe #198399

    So many German settlers carried their gingerbread treats to small towns around this country that the sweetly spiced cakes and cookies have become an all-American tradition. Coated with a chocolate ganache glaze, the homey cake of holidays past is transformed into a special-occasion dessert. This cake can be made vegan by using non-dairy margarine instead of butter and Rich's Whip instead of real whipping cream and ghiradelli semi-sweet chocolate chips with exceptional results. You can also add raspberries to the top. Recipe is from Bon Appetit, Dec. 2002.

    Recipe #133979

    Here's a slightly different version -- with peanut butter and no gelatin. (cooking time is fridge time)

    Recipe #195480

    Another mouth-watering-sounding recipe from TOH. Unlike many of the other 'peaches and cream' pies here, this one doesn't use pudding mix.

    Recipe #191933

    I haven't tried this yet, but it sounds delicious and seeings as how it comes from TOH, I believe it to be a sure bet! Prep and cooking times don't include cooling periods.

    Recipe #192023

    From Taste of Home Oct/Nov 2006. Cook time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #188438

    Great flavor for anyone who loves citrus.

    Recipe #190312

    Just in time for the Holidays, a traditional favorite with a bit of a twist.

    Recipe #13108

    This is a most delicious pie. It's a heritage recipe and I've been using it for the last few summers in using up bumper pear crops. If pears are scarce, you can use canned pears.

    Recipe #69526

    These sound out of this world. Source: Martha Stewart Living

    Recipe #190925

    47 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is an excellent treat for the kids; sure to bring a smile to their faces!

    Recipe #17865

    This recipe goes back over 20 years, I like the simplicity of this recipe and for a one bowl cupcake they are pretty darn good, 1-1/2 teaspoons almond extract may be used in place of the vanilla, using butter in place of shortening will alter the texture it is best to only use shortening --- if you don't have paper liners grease the tins generously or see my recipe#78579

    Recipe #89751

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