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    This came from a friend. I made this as written and it turns out beautifully every time. I always include a loaf of this bread in my Christmas crates that we make up for my family. I have included 3 variations I came up with. We love this bread toasted. Yes...toasted. What can possibly be wrong about toasted cake? Try it...you just might like it. Try it for breakfast instead of regular toast. This makes a large loaf and freezes beautifully.

    Recipe #341873

    This recipe makes delicious little fudge squares that would be excellent on a holiday cookie tray. They are SWEET but really flavorful. Perfect as small squares. If you like Chocolate and Cherries this recipe is for you. The candy bar was originally called Cherry Chase, and then Cherry Chaser, before becoming known as Cherry Mash. It can be found throughout the Midwest in most grocery and convenience stores and mass-merchandise outlets. I made them with pecans b/c I did not have peanuts and they were still delicious. I found the cherry chips at our Super Walmart next to the chocolate chips.

    Recipe #190639

    Easy way to make a delicious treat! Use your favorite nuts: pecans, walnuts, cashews--whatever!

    Recipe #266782

    Simple, easy, inexpensive, delectable Scottish candy bars.

    Recipe #22307

    In 1921, a German born clockmaker quit his well respected job to open a popcorn stand in Chicago’s Wicker Park District. The clockmaker’s typical fare was freshly popped popcorn drizzled with warm butter and sprinkled with salt; but his favorite, and most beloved popcorn, was his caramel coated popcorn. The recipe he used to make it was given to him from his only true love, who tragically died four years earlier during World War I. The tattered and torn recipe, which was scribbled on the inside of an old playbill, was carefully framed and sealed in an exquisite frame. The clockmaker faithfully took the framed recipe with him everywhere he went. By the summer of 1924, the clockmaker’s caramel coated popcorn had captivated the entire city’s attention; everyone was frantically lining up at his busy stand to buy the sweet, sticky confection. A few months later, just as the clockmaker was preparing to close his stand for the day, a small fire ignited near the stove. The clockmaker instinctively ran out to call for help. When he returned, just seconds later, he remembered leaving the framed recipe hanging on the wall. The clockmaker quickly ran into the burning stand to retrieve the recipe, but he never made it out. When the fire inspectors went into the charred ruins to investigate the accident, they found the clockmaker’s frame lying in a pile of smoking debris. The frame was in pristine condition; not a dent, nor a blemish, could be seen on it. However, the recipe was gone. The recipe for the clockmaker’s caramel popcorn recently surfaced and is beginning to circulate around the globe. Unfortunately, many people think the recipe is haunted because it is believed that if your clock stops running after making the recipe it’s because the clockmaker has paid you a visit in hopes of reclaiming his long, lost recipe. NOTE: This recipe, as written, results in a sticky, chewy caramel popcorn. If you prefer a crunchier caramel popcorn, bake it in the oven at 250 degrees for 1 hour, stirring every 15 minutes.

    Recipe #181870

    If you like mint, you'll love this fudge. I got it from Taste of Home. The prep and cook times do not include cooling time.

    Recipe #200317

    I love this recipe. It is such a hit, especially around the holidays. This is one of those recipes that can be made and given for an edible gift. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #105682

    These are not your ordinary peanut butter cups. The filling is creamy, smooth and oh so good. I was looking for a recipe close to what I could get at Rocky Mountain Chocolate before they changed the recipe and ruined them. While making buckeyes I got the inspiration to try. I find buckeyes too sweet and they don't have as big a peanut butter flavor as I was craving. This is what I came up with. Close in my opinion but then again it's been nearly 7 years since I had one from Rocky Mountain Chocolate. But these sure do fill the void. These are meant to be rich and decadent. The use of silicon cups makes it much easier to coat with chocolate than paper would be. When you peel back the silicon, you're left with a perfect beautiful rippled cup. It leaves you thinking "did I really make these". I experimented with the chocolate. I preferred milk chocolate to semi sweet chocolate chips. I used Belgian fondue chocolate (comes in wafers), it melted easier and smoother than chocolate chips. The chips melted in your hands fast and was a little more messy to eat. I also preferred regular peanut butter to light. It gave me the consistency I desired. But use what you like. Makes 12 but you might want to share one with a friend, or maybe not!

    Recipe #230137

    These are the best gingerbread men I've ever made, and they are easy to roll and cut out (and I hate making cut-out cookies!) We like to use decorating candies prior to baking.

    Recipe #201076

    I have been making these pralines for 20 years. They are creamy, not sticky, and do not have that gritty sugar texture.

    Recipe #40800

    These are an old family favorite. I have been making these at Christmas since I was a little girl, and they are still a family favorite.

    Recipe #185734

    Delicious butter toffee flavor. These bars are so simple to made, and inexpensive. Makes a med. cookie sheet.

    Recipe #135459

    This is easy and soooooooo yummy. A must for the holidays. Southern Living

    Recipe #31392

    Fudge made with vanilla chips and orange flavoring.

    Recipe #32884

    4 Reviews |  By LizCl

    Easy to make, moist and very delicious. Always gets raves.The combination of cranberry and orange make it special.

    Recipe #118912

    This recipe is one that I enjoy making often. It taste great and EVERYONE enjoys it!

    Recipe #107605

    Easy homemade candy in your crock pot!

    Recipe #18955

    These are so easy to make and so easy to eat! Cookies and Cream in truffle form. Divine!

    Recipe #87967

    4 Reviews |  By Pumpkie

    This a recipe from our local newspaper. I love the additon of the sourcream in this recipe.

    Recipe #106423

    These are another version of apricot balls often served at christmas.super quick and easy!

    Recipe #105857

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