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    Nutritious loaf made with applesauce in place of butter.

    Recipe #176262

    The reason this is called a “cake and custard” pie is that during baking the filling separates into two distinct layers: custard on the bottom and sponge cake on top How come? It’s simply that the egg white, beaten to stiff peaks and folded in at the last minute, separates from the heavier yolk mixture and floats to the top.

    Recipe #208431

    These are my favorite cheesecake squares so far, but I won't stop looking for more.

    Recipe #82109

    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

    6 Reviews |  By winkki

    A tasty way to get a lot of fiber. A nurse friend gave us this recipe when one of our children was having problems keeping everything 'moving along.' They are nicknamed "Roto-Rooter Cookies," and for good reason! I quickly learned to limit dh and the other kids to a few cookies apiece. That was hard, though, because they really are yummy little creations, kind of a super-powered oatmeal cookie. It's also a very forgiving recipe...if you are missing some of the fruit, seeds, etc, just adjust other amounts around to your taste/pantry items. I've made it with and without the final step of rolling in sesame seeds; both ways work, though the toasted sesame taste is nice. When dd was really having trouble, I also substitued prune juice for the liquid milk. You may add up to 1-2 c of mixed fruit, seeds, etc as the last ingredients, but don't have to; may need to adjust liquid a bit depending upon what you choose. Basic recipe makes a lot; I've never had any trouble halving it.

    Recipe #85240

    Got this out of a magazine years ago. It is light and mouth watering. Enjoy!

    Recipe #185620

    The mayor of Lock Haven (Pennsylvania) gave me this recipe to go along with a gorgeous rhubarb cake (to be posted soon). It's super easy with only four ingredients. This sauce is sweet and buttery. I prefer to use vanilla paste for better flavor, but extract works just fine. This goes extremely well with my rhubarb cake recipe (#212144).

    Recipe #212142

    48 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Delicious coffee cake courtesy: The Inn on Sea Street, Bed and Breakfast, Hyannis, Massachusetts

    Recipe #22133

    A great way to start the day.

    Recipe #107771

    7 Reviews |  By Wendy13

    Very comforting warm apple side dish. This is very good in the fall and winter to go with just about any main dish. It's a real favorite with my kids and I usually have to double it to have enough.

    Recipe #47182

    I haven't had a chance to try this yet but it sounds delicious.

    Recipe #52848

    I find i am always keeping my eye out for different Pumpkin dessert recipes to try for Thanksgiving & Christmas(or anytime), rather than just the usual pumpkin pie. I came across this in a Homemakers magazine.I have not yet made it(but will). It sounds impressive looking, yet very easy to make.

    Recipe #63923

    If you make this ahead of time, do not whip the cream until serving time. You could probably substitute Cool Whip if you prefer.Ymmmm.

    Recipe #63735

    9 Reviews |  By Zurie

    This is SO plain and SO simple that I'm not sure if I should post it. Yet, these are the scones you get in Britain with clotted cream and strawberry jam, or in South African coffee shops and tea gardens with whipped cream and apricot jam.

    Recipe #138760

    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

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

    Recipe #198544

    This pie's texture is as airy as a cloud and almost that high! Very creamy and lemony. Cooking time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #64108

    This Southern Bread Pudding is luscious. Be sure to serve the bourbon sauce while it is slightly warm. Quite often, this is our family's choice of holiday desserts. This came from an old southern cookbook many years ago.

    Recipe #46353

    Can use chocolate chips in place of the raisins.

    Recipe #79147

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