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    Sweet n Naughty

    Watch for the wholesome goodies mixed in with the decadent here.
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    This recipe reminds me of the dainty bites served at many Chinese bakeries, particulary around New Years. I have not tried this one but am keeping it here for safekeeping. Should you try this before I do, comments on the preparation as well as results are welcome.

    Recipe #135358

    Years ago, my grandmother and great-aunt went to Italy for their cousin's daughter's wedding. They ALWAYS tell the story of this glorious table full of these delectable cookies shaped like little peaches. My great-aunt, being the baker of the family, asked her cousin for the recipe. She was told that these lovely little cookies were traditionally served at weddings there in their small Italian village. The recipe itself is quite simple, however, it is the method in which you assemble the cookies that makes these so unique. My great aunt adapted the original filling. In Italy, the peach cookies were filled with cream custard held together at the crease by dark chocolate. Because she needed to make her's in advance, she changes the filling to peach preserves. If you use the traditional cream for the filling, the cookies must be made and eaten THAT DAY. I've left the recipe in her original words. The number of cookies this makes is an ESTIMATE! Will update after I speak to my great-aunt.

    Recipe #100104

    This is potatoe candy without the potatoes. This was my Dad's favorite during the Christmas holidays. Sweet and yummy!

    Recipe #340801

    Is it your birthday? It would be a great time to make chocolate brandy balls. Ok -- any excuse would do to make chocolate brandy balls. My secret? A little sip of Harvey's Bristol Cream on the side. Ok...on the side, in the kitchen, on the back porch...wherever. Enjoy!

    Recipe #236544

    I make these for a Christmas platter. They are easy and very pretty. Not what you would usually find on a dessert tray. The cooking time is the chilling time.

    Recipe #333526

    4 Reviews |  By BB502

    This is a delicious cranberry sauce or relish! It was a triple blue ribbon winner at three large fairs! It was a family secret recipe until now. It is the most requested family recipe in our family.Even people who don't like cranberries, love this recipe.

    Recipe #44406

    2 Reviews |  By Irmgard

    I made this cake one year for Christmas when I was short of time and wasn't able to make a pie. It was a big hit. It is a very moist cake best served with just a dusting of icing sugar for garnish.

    Recipe #104408

    10 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Because of the whole wheat flour, I've always felt these squares were somewhat healthy. Maybe I'm kidding myself, but I definitely can say they're delicious, and perfect for any holiday goodie platter.

    Recipe #43512

    This recipe came from one of my friends who also loved mincemeat as much as I do!

    Recipe #218402

    Buttery, brandy-fied goodness on ice cream, pound cake, apple pie!

    Recipe #340630

    From the MN Mother's Club Cookbook.

    Recipe #260340

    This is a 1989 first-place recipe that I found in the Chicago Tribune.

    Recipe #56350

    A perfect holiday cookie that not only looks festive but tastes it with the spices and dried cranberries.

    Recipe #201107

    Two of my favorite things combined in my favorite cookie. How could it miss? They are delicious and you can easily bake these ahead since they freeze beautifully.

    Recipe #342511

    I got this recipe from a Milk callendar. It is moist, flavourful, attractive, and incredibly easy to make. Perfect as an accompaniament to chilli.

    Recipe #241269

    Combining a grain with a legume, seeds, nuts and amaranth gives you a high-protein breakfast or snack. If you can't drink milk, serve with soy milk. (Posted by request.)

    Recipe #26661

    Very Good, Easy, No Cook/Bake Candy Recipe. Found it in a 20 yr old Betty Crocker booklet and it is not listed on their web site. It is very sweet and rich, just one curbs the sweet tooth! Plus it doesn't seem like they are pure junk food with the granola in them. You really don't taste or see the granola if mixed really well, it is just a good peanut butter candy. This is 1/2 the original recipe.

    Recipe #318623

    I love granola; sweet and crunchy, it always satisfies a good snack attack. Enjoy this nutritious power packed, grain-free, gluten-free, healthy raw granola with fresh fruit, plain yogurt or as I do, simply by the handful. View the full recipe at http://www.elanaspantry.com/2007/09/11/granola/

    Recipe #285190

    This recipe was listed in the Iowa Farmer Today Paper. My FIL made this for me and topped it off with homeade strawberry ice-cream. It is like a cobbler.

    Recipe #168877

    A lovely baked pancake that can be quickly put together without fuss. While this recipe calls for berries, pitted fruits -- peaches, plums, nectarines -- can be used with or instead of berries. If you enjoy tangy flavors, try substituting plain yogurt or buttermilk for half the milk.

    Recipe #136184

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