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    A twist on the traditional

    Recipe #260577

    1 Reviews |  By L'ecole

    One doesn't usually think of using a crockpot for desserts; this, however, is a keeper!

    Recipe #392378

    From Taste of Home. We enjoy this nicely spiced, moist cake with the crunchy streusel and the applesauce between the layers. I substitute freshly ground whole grain flour for the all-purpose. **PLEASE NOTE**. If you substitute store-bought wheat flour for the all-purpose, you do not need to add the additional amount of flour - just use the same amount as all-purpose.

    Recipe #273538

    It's amazing what you can do without any flour! I made this purple chocolate cake using beets. Here's the full recipe and post: http://www.elanaspantry.com/purple-velvet-torte/

    Recipe #361845

    If there’s a synonym for ooey gooey, this is it: diner-style chocolate cake. But while this version has a moist, velvety texture and a deep chocolate flavor, it’s surprisingly light—227 calories per slice; others run anywhere from 450 to 620.

    Recipe #179454

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Family recipe featuring a moist cake with a "secret" ingredient from the exploding garden and a baked on topping to make it look & taste even better. Goest together lickety-split, too!

    Recipe #182438

    This is a reduced fat yet high flavour; rich, fudgy and moist; best of all no one suspects that there is zucchini in the cake.

    Recipe #85758

    These are a unique snack that we always have around the house during the Christmas season. Some people (like me) love them, and some people just think they're just ok, but no one can tell what's in them. I always double this recipe!

    Recipe #173598

    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

    2 Reviews |  By Acadia*

    I think this recipe was attached to a box of Benne Wafers that my parents brought me back from Charleston, SC back in 1991. I have never made them myself, but I remember the wafer to be very tasty.

    Recipe #379309

    This is a very traditional English recipe for Butterscotch - it actually hails from Doncaster which is in South Yorkshire. Eat it as a pudding or alternatively use warm as a sauce over ice cream or your favourite sponge pudding etc. or have it as a dip with fresh fruit. Time to make doesn't include cooling time.

    Recipe #289573

    Different and delightful. Raisins, almonds, lemon peel, and beer delectably perk up the flavor of this rich dessert.

    Recipe #214332

    3 Reviews |  By ladypit

    A really interesting sounding recipe from Janet Reeves' "One Potato Two Potato" that you cook on your griddle. I'm always looking for ways to use up bits of leftover things, and here is a great way to use leftover mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #75101

    These are very, very good cooky bars.

    Recipe #235362

    2 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Sweet and Delicious, from a lass who grew up in Scotland.

    Recipe #93895

    3 Reviews |  By Noo

    There are few things more quintessentially British than an Eccles Cake. They are quite simply a great British institution. I absolutely adore them!! This recipe was created by the Michelin starred chef Marcus Waring, especially for the Great British Menu competition. The pastry takes a little time, but it really is worth taking the time and effort to achieve that perfect flaky buttery deliciousness. Of course if it really is too much trouble you can substitute store bought puff or rough puff pastry. Go on treat yourself to a taste of Great Britain with your cup of Earl Grey tea! Timings do not include chilling times!

    Recipe #310933

    An easy chocolate and guiness mousse

    Recipe #335874

    Very tasteful, dense, sweet bread.

    Recipe #27527

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