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    Sweet n Naughty

    Watch for the wholesome goodies mixed in with the decadent here.
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    These are absolutely the chewiest, moistest, fudgiest brownies ever! I have tried adding so many different things to the batter, and they ALWAYS comes out great. They are also great without ANY add-ins! BUT by varying the add-ins, you can make different brownies every week (or day!!) SUPER EASY PREP! So, add "whatever floats your boat" and you will not believe how yummy they come out :) Oh, and the recipe doubles just fine--use a 9 x 13 inch pan instead and add a few more minutes of baking!

    Recipe #32204

    I found this recipe in an old church cookbook submitted by Mrs. William G. Hagar, with a note that this was her great-grandmother's recipe from England in 1858. I have not tried it yet, but I like the sound of it for gifts around the holidays. It is posted exactly as it is written in the book. I am assuming the recipe uses standard loaf pans, but this recipe makes 6, so you may need to purchase foil pans.

    Recipe #33725

    I went to a gluten-free baking class and this was one of the featured recipes. I had never had biscotti before, so I don't really know how this compares. I liked it however. It was quite good dipped in my coffee and had just the right amount of crunch and sweetness. Makes a fair amount and supposedly keeps for a long time.

    Recipe #360802

    best of the best from Michigan cookbook....wonderful bread....

    Recipe #198544

    A sweet treat that is a healthy alternative to the traditional... This goes over great at sumer parties! I actually got the recipe from the Ellie Kreiger, on The Food Network.

    Recipe #327381

    This is based on a recipe from a copy my daughter has of the cookbook “Amish Cooking” compiled by a committee of Amish Women, published by Herald Press. In the book, it is known as “Sarah Schwartz’s Rhubarb Rolls” but it makes such deliciously gooey rolls that the new name is more apt!

    Recipe #104884

    This recipe has been in our family since I was a girl,it's a favorite of every household here "Down Under". My Mother made them and my grandmother too! It was a favorite with the armed forces in first world war that is why they are called Anzac Biscuits. Everyone has a different version, with added ingredients or omitting some ingredients.

    Recipe #9527

    Tasty treat for breakfast or brunch. From the Ontario Milk Marketing Board.

    Recipe #160738

    I am posting this recipe here so I won't lose it! It comes from a little magazine flyer that a local grocery store chain sends out. I thought it looked good. Let me know what you think!

    Recipe #256725

    From an unknown magazine ad sponsered by Domino. Sounds yummy for fall.

    Recipe #324201

    My favourite weekend breakfast in autumn when the apples on our tree are ripe. Delicious drizzled with maple syrup.

    Recipe #217479

    This is my absolute favorite breakfast recipe, and perfect when sprinkled with powdered sugar, plain, or spread with fruit.

    Recipe #111304

    I have made this and it is very good. My husband loved it, and that says alot!

    Recipe #40694

    1 Reviews |  By MarlaM

    I've made these great one-bite apricot pecan "pies" for my Christmas gift trays for a couple of years and always get rave reviews. I love the dried apricots, but you could substitute almost any dried fruit you like. I got this recipe from a Christmas Cookie cookbook that credits the recipe to the California Apricot Advisory Board.

    Recipe #200006

    Recipe #158525

    This is an easy and popular reciepe, unique if you make it with pears. My family gobbles it up in less time than it takes to make. Great recipe to take to a covered dish gathering.

    Recipe #74554

    An easy chocolate and guiness mousse

    Recipe #335874

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    From BC whole grains cookbook.

    Recipe #318936

    10 Reviews |  By Katzen

    This is a recipe my Mom used to make for breakfast when I was a kid. It's cinnamon and buttery apples topped with a light "pancake" that is baked in the oven. We used to eat it with maple syrup. Delicious!!!

    Recipe #372381

    Mmmmm...I've always been intrigued by this combination and finally tried it. I'm sorry I waited so long! These are delicious served over pound cake or leftover scones!

    Recipe #89573

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