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    This is one of my favorite coffeecakes. It is pretty and it taste wonderful! Warm the jam slightly and it will spread easier. Using the sour cream and milk mixture makes it even more tender.

    Recipe #91937

    ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!! The flavor of maple syrup and pecans can not be beat!! These fluffy, flavorful pancakes will please your family or guests! Quick and easy preparation!

    Recipe #349437

    This cake can be served warm or cold, it is simply amazing!

    Recipe #117930

    This recipe was featured in an email that I received this morning from Splenda: "Start your day with a bowl of steaming oatmeal. It is even better topped with toasted nuts, fruits, milk or cream, and do not forget to sweeten."

    Recipe #324870

    A simple yet yummy different version of plain pancakes.

    Recipe #323095

    This is a favorite in my family. If you like the cookies, you just die for the coffee cake. Best when served warm.

    Recipe #159252

    I don't know where I obtained this recipe, I have had for eons, but it makes a nice breakfast or light lunch.

    Recipe #316965

    This beautiful cake looks just like a gourmet pastry chef made it! It tastes yummy too, of course.

    Recipe #24768

    These donuts are lighter than regular donuts, baked not fried, and so easy to make. They will disappear before your eyes!

    Recipe #73315

    Many years ago while on vacation in Munich, Germany, I stopped in a bakery for a snack. The pastry I had has stayed at the back of my mind for about 10 years now. This is my attempt at re-creating it. It is still kind-of a work in process, so please feel free to add more sugar or lemon juice as you like.

    Recipe #117649

    Adapted from Cooks.com, these are scrumptious. You may substitute my Basic Whole Wheat French Crepes recipe#102058 if you like.

    Recipe #121258

    These are really good. Using fresh blueberries is best. Credit for this recipe goes to Paula Hadley, Forest Hill, LA, as printed in Taste of Home's Family Collection Cookbook.

    Recipe #69850

    Please don't pass this by because of all the ingredients. It's really very easy and quick. It's also very delicious

    Recipe #43936

    1 Reviews |  By KelBel

    This looks wonderful. I havn't made this yet, but I wanted it here for safe keeping. From Every Day with Rachael Ray February 2007

    Recipe #206837

    Recipe #135198

    A marvelous brunch, perfect for Christmas, and easier to both make and clean up after than regular French toast. This is perfect topped with a little powdered sugar and maple syrup.

    Recipe #238039

    Plan ahead this needs to be refrigerated for a minimum of 8 hours or overnight. I tossed the bread cubes with a couple teaspoons of cinnamon before placing in the baking dish, but that is optional, if you prefer a less sweeter taste just omit the white sugar completely --- this is *very* good!

    Recipe #160390

    I got this recipe from 1999 issue of The Best of Country Cooking. I really didn't fancy frying anything and boy was I happy when I found it. Made it and it's a pity I didn't have any fellow Zaarians to help me finish it! There were just the two of us... Here in Singapore, it takes a very short time for the dough to double. Cooking time is the time taken for dough to rise.

    Recipe #86705

    I got this recipe from a magazine. It's very easy to make and is great for any meal. Kids love them.

    Recipe #12975

    This is the best coffee cake, it has a layer of blueberries between two layers of the most wonderful moist buttery cake then topped with a sweet buttery topping --- you could substitute 1 cup sour cream for the cream cheese but the cream cheese is better, also almond extract can be used in place of vanilla --- I serve this cake slightly warm with ice cream and it is even better the next day --- you will love this cake! :)

    Recipe #202659

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