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    Watch for the wholesome goodies mixed in with the decadent here.
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    This will make your mouth water just thinking about it. Remember to let it set and chill about an hour before you serve it.

    Recipe #59038

    This was a treat we use to get in middle school at lunch time. My mother knew the school room lunch lady and gave her the recipe and I have been making them over 30 years and shared the recipe with my friends and co-workers. Try them and let me know how your family likes them.

    Recipe #218546

    This is a chocolate cake which comes from Metz in France. I was given the recipe when I lived in France from a friend from there, but I have admittedly never tried making it myself. He made it for me often, though, and it is very good. We would eat it with single cream drizzled over it.

    Recipe #212154

    3 Reviews |  By Zurie

    Four ingredients into a processor, some chilling time, and you have a top-notch pastry. I seldom buy puff pastry any more: this is halfway between puff and short pastry and it's a winner, for me. It's quickly made in the processor, and likes to be handled lightly and kept cold. One note of caution: it's meant for savory dishes. Personally I have never used it for tarts or desserts. Of course it could work, but it is not really meant for that. It is ideal as a crust on family-sized meat or chicken pies, or to use as a pastry for small pies meant for one person. It's one of my late, beloved Granny Grietjie's recipes. Handle it lightly, and it prefers being kept cool or cold until it goes into the oven. Please note, NO bad transfatty acids here. Honest fats, yes, and please do not use margarine! Roll it out fairly thinly (1/4 inch) and paint it with egg before baking, to get that golden colour. Don't leave out the salt: the pastry seems to benefit from having salt added.

    Recipe #197151

    The rhubarb shoots emerging in my garden prompted me to post this recipe from Christine Cushing. I haven't tried it yet - but very soon! Christine suggests sprinkling crushed amaretti cookies between the layers.

    Recipe #115283

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

    Recipe #111304

    1 Reviews |  By Dasha

    Sweet blend of apple, pumpkin, zucchini, carrot, nuts, flaxseed, and spices. Sweetened with Splenda. My personal combination of flavors and nutrition. This recipe can be modified to fit your own personal taste as long as porportions stay the same.

    Recipe #217822

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