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    I'm no longer sure of the source for this recipe...not that I followed the original anyway! I am boycotting corn syrup now and needed an energy bar that I could make at home! This recipe is easy and versatile...and everyone in my family will eat these bars! No butter and no sugar! But soooo good!

    Recipe #292295

    Made this dessert kugel for the first time last Passover. Found the recipe on the net and it was very well received. I used cooking pears and even though they take longer time to cook I like that better since they do not mush up too much. You can easily make half the recipe, I did, and then used a round baking tin.

    Recipe #420679

    Awwami is a traditional sweet made in many parts of the middle east. It is absolutely DELICIOUS!!

    Recipe #322376

    Traditionally Greek. Always good. Once baked, the baklava has to stand for 3 hours to overnight to absorb the syrup into its layers. Whereas it is most common to find baklava made entirely with walnuts here in Greece, I prefer a combination with almonds. Sometimes I'll make the baklava using pistachios, or sometimes a 1/2-1/2 mixture of pistachios and almonds. They're all great variations on a delicious theme.

    Recipe #59863

    I like this recipe cause it's all there - very simple instructions, and lots of interesting variations once you master the basic recipe. Truffles are wonderful confections to make at home - not difficult at all. From Food and Wine magazine. Rolling time not included.

    Recipe #108050

    I like the wild blueberries best. Easy recipe and you can use frozen berries if fresh are out of season. This also freezes well. Great as Christmas gifts.

    Recipe #22338

    13 Reviews |  By Ducky

    This blueberry tart is so simple to make yet packs a great taste. Everyone always loves this and it is a great way to use blueberries. This recipe comes from the "I Can't Believe It's Kosher" cookbook. Note: Tart may also be made in a 10-inch pie plate or a 10-inch quiche dish. A little extra care is needed to get the first piece out of a quiche dish.

    Recipe #95704

    From Seasoned Cooking Magazine, this is a great way to use borage flowers!

    Recipe #125112

    Doesn't get much easier than this! A perfectly decadent treat for a hot summer day. Amounts are estimates, they will depend on the size of your popsicle moulds. If you don't have any moulds, you can use wooden sticks and disposable paper/plastic cups (just allow to freeze partially before inserting stick). I recommend refrigerating your caramel first so it's firmer and a little easier to work with. Freezing time is not included.

    Recipe #458821

    4 Reviews |  By mliss29

    I found this in the newsletter from Nature's Pantry, my local health food store. They got it from goneraw.com. It is also used in Recipe #339133 .

    Recipe #339030

    I love theses cookies and there so easy to make!. You can use only peanut butter, but the almond butter is so worth it!

    Recipe #290112

    Received this recipe at the Christmas WIne Trail. It is to die for! How many times can chocolate burst into your mouth in a bit of a bubble, savored by every taste bud and then give a bit of a silken smooth refresher as an afterthought. This reipe does it and then some. Enjoy adopted and shared from the Quincy Cellars Winery cook time is refrigeration time

    Recipe #289731

    From chef Michael Smith (via www.foodtv.ca), a very basic truffle recipe that can be customized in a zillion ways. I find truffles are really quite simple to make, but pretty time consuming. Most definitely worth it for special occasions! Plain truffles are delicious, but try adding peppermint or liqueur flavourings (such as Kahlua or Grand Mamier) to yours. Then, coat them in chocolate and decorate them with your favourite topping. The combinations and variations are endless, and entirely up to you! Cook time does NOT include time to chill. Truffles can be stored in a covered container in the fridge for a couple of weeks. I've had no problems freezing them, either!

    Recipe #381153

    Saw this on the Barefoot Contessa Inactive Prep Time: 1 hour 30 minutes Yield: 60 truffles

    Recipe #75317

    This is a recipe for Japanese Daifuku Cake. Daifuku is a soft Japanese mochi cake that is filled with a sweet bean filling. The recipe seems to be long but it is really easy and so worth it. You will be rewarded with a delicious Japanese treat!

    Recipe #119232

    6 Reviews |  By hoda

    This recipe is easy to make and popular in Iraq since one of the things that Iraq is famous for is dates. We have lots of varieties and kinds of dates from chewy to very hard. It is better to use this recipe with hard type of dates (called kasab) not soft, but you could use soft dates if you didn't find hard dates. Sometimes Ii use already-crushed dates from the market and it goes well too. There are lots of varieties for the coating of the truffles, use as many coatings as you like according to your personal taste.

    Recipe #279165

    192 Reviews |  By Bev

    This flourless peanut butter cookie recipe is excellent and so easy to make. Your kids will love it and you will too! Because this recipe contains no flour, the true taste of the peanut butter comes through loud and clear! I hope you will enjoy these cookies as much as I do!

    Recipe #17943

    This is an old traditional snack in most of Malay families, especially when there are too many ripe bananas at the back yard. We used to eat this for breakfast or evening tea. This is a trial an error recipe. You have to keep on trying to do it until you get the right texture and flavour. Once you master it you can do it with your eyes closed. But, it is worth trying since it is a really nice and tasty snack. The ingredients below are flexible. It's up to individual taste. If you like more bananas you have to add less flour and the fritters will be a softer. If you prefer the fritters to be more rounded and spongy use more flour. Either way the batter must look like cake batter before frying. I prefer more flour.

    Recipe #218526

    3 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is posted for the World Tour 05 RecipeZaar event. I haven't tried this particular recipe yet, but I love fried bananas. This is a recipe from the Cape Verde Islands as written in The Africa Cookbook - Tastes of A Continent by Jessica B. Harris.

    Recipe #134912

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