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    Rhubarb Bliss

    Calling all Rhubarb lovers!!!
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    3 Reviews |  By JenPo

    Possibly the best dessert in the entire world! Tart, sweet, and with the best crumble topping I have made yet. I usually halve the recipe but I am including the full amount here. It is from Nigella Lawson's cookbook "Feast". It can be made in advance (the crumble topping separate from the rhubarb) and stored in the fridge or freezer. You don't need to thaw the topping before proceeding.

    Recipe #227063

    This is a fantastic cake that I have made it many times and it's one of the best rhubarb cakes! --- and it also will work well with fresh blueberries ;-)

    Recipe #241349

    Recipe #172161

    From Ricardo. I did it and I found that 1 cup of sugar was too much. I suggest that you begin with 1/2 cup. And then add more if you prefer.

    Recipe #242819

    This easy, old fashioned family recipe goes back more than 5 generations - from Kate Kelly of Kanata, Ontario! Make your own pastry base or buy a ready made shell to save time. You can aso make this with a full pastry or lattice top. Try adding a tsp of orange zest to the filling - its delicious!

    Recipe #91390

    37 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Another yummy recipe from my family; based on a recipe originally published in Homemakers Magazine a few years ago.

    Recipe #14457

    This great pie recipe comes from the Company's Coming - Gifts from the Kitchen. I find a large pie is sometimes too much for me, so I have made 6 or 7 small 5" pies using this recipe. I bake them in the meat pie pans and then freeze them. That way I can take out one pie and enjoy it without having the rest of the pie to temp me. I also freeze my rhubarb and strawberries in these required measures and keep them in a separate container in the freezer, knowing then these are the right measurements for this favourite pie recipe.

    Recipe #83789

    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

    From Phil Vickery's Proof of the Pudding. Not yet tried (timings are approximate and please note that there's a good bit of prep for this that needs to be done in advance) but posted here for safe keeping. I know it's not rhubarb season any more, but I've still got a bunch in the freezer so I was looking for something to use it up on. Sounds delicious...

    Recipe #241822

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    A delicious cookie crust, a sweet-tart creamy custard loaded with rhubarb, topped with an (optional) amazing meringue. Works with frozen or fresh rhubarb. RHUBARB GROWING HINTS: water freely while it is growing; fearlessly remove the flower buds (they look kind of like white broccoli) before they open--if you don't the plant puts more effort into flowering than in making thick juicy stalks--can't have that!; harvest stalks throughout summer, then discontinue plucking spears in early August; snap off or cut stems at the base (right above the ground); rhubarb leaves are a GREAT mulch around the rhubarb bed, to keep the weeds down.

    Recipe #226992

    These streusel topped muffins are nice and moist and have a refreshing tartness from bits of rhubarb.

    Recipe #227050

    Those who like rhubarb and plant their own will appreciate this refreshing summertime drink.

    Recipe #205062

    1 Reviews |  By BarbC

    I make this recipe every year because it is soooo good on pancakes, tastes just like spring, especially in the middle of winter.

    Recipe #11694

    This is my favorite dessert and is the first one I made when rubarb is fresh in season!!!! Its really easy to make but it still tastes great!!!! If you don't have a 9x11 inch pan and you are using a 9x13 inch pan maybe reduce the time slighty as the cinnamon might begin to burn!

    Recipe #170974

    3 Reviews |  By Calee

    A nice summer treat served with either ginger ale or champagne. Can be frozen in a pan or made in a 2-quart ice cream freezer and freeze according to the manufacturer's directions. Time to make doesn't include freezing time

    Recipe #179896

    This is my favorite Rhubarb pie recipe. Once you have rhubarb pie done this way you won't want it any other way again. I guarantee!

    Recipe #93987

    Saw this delicious cobbler featured on Canadian Living Cooks; the macaroon topping is a nice switch-up.

    Recipe #88998

    5 Reviews |  By ~Bliss~

    Eat it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #93602

    Mom's recipe! Easy to make and easy to eat.

    Recipe #93946

    I got this from a lady at bingo, who got it from a neighbor, etc ... I have never liked rhubarb. I LOVE these cookies!!

    Recipe #95022

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