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    Sweet n Naughty

    Watch for the wholesome goodies mixed in with the decadent here.
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    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

    Enjoy this delicious sauce with any dessert needing a little something extra. Whip it up in your kitchen in less than 5 minutes, without any cooking at all. This goes fabulous on creamy bread pudding, rich chocolate pound cake, or anything else you might like. Let me know what you pair it with.

    Recipe #248641

    Stuff these with your favorite ingredients! Use only butter for this recipe. This dough should make about 10-12 empanadas depending on the size you are making them. This dough can also be made using a food processor and completely frozen butter pieces, though you will have to be careful not to overprocess the dough when mixing on the processor.

    Recipe #151502

    5 Reviews |  By mliss29

    This is adapted from Jane Kinderlehrer's Banana Pecan Tartlets, found in her Smart Cookies book. The pecans are for garnish. I had forgotten the name and that part of the recipe. I guess I just think of them as Yum.

    Recipe #292758

    3 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This was given to me as a gift last year-very good recipe!

    Recipe #44166

    Easier than the ones on the stick, and just as yummy!

    Recipe #41875

    1 Reviews |  By mliss29

    From Jane Kinderlehrer's Art of Cooking with Love and Wheat Germ. I haven't tried it yet, but I think it sounds good.

    Recipe #316299

    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

    Great for Gingerbread men and houses. Easy to make. Add color at the end.

    Recipe #272366

    This makes a nice hostess gift, housewarming gift or even a bridal gift. I put the cake mix in a glass jar with ribbon tied around it. Then put that in a basket along with 9-inch baking dish, jar of molasses, 4 mugs and a bag of fru-fru coffee. Recipe and basket idea are adapted from The Perfect Mix, by Diane Phillips.

    Recipe #102321

    Never knew going on a diet could be so goood. Creamy and delicious. Try using sliced strawberries too.

    Recipe #29346

    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

    I haven't tried this one yet, but looks like fun! I think it would be a great bake sale item, too!

    Recipe #414174

    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

    I just love this frosting--I eat it straight from the bowl! It's fantastic on chocolate, yellow, spice, or banana cakes; cookies and brownies; the list goes on and on!

    Recipe #70802

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

    Recipe #52848

    I have not tried this recipe. I got it from Everyday Health.

    Recipe #232512

    These cookies are rich, delicious, and easy to make. It is not my recipe -- I found it at under the title "Simple, Sinful Chocolate Cookies". I took a chance as there were no ratings and they came out so good I had to share. I used organic chunky valencia peanut butter in mine.

    Recipe #297343

    2 Reviews |  By Kater

    My mom used to make this for me when I was a kid and now I make it for my son! This makes a great snack.

    Recipe #90418

    12 Reviews |  By Debbb

    This recipe is much easier & quicker to make than the traditional version. The marshmallows not only give the popcorn balls a different flavour but make them chewy, too. I call them "goblin" popcorn balls because I did them up for the Trick or Treaters this year - wrapped them in green plastic wrap & tied with gold ribbon.

    Recipe #45559

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