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    These look like a quick and tasty dessert. This is from Rachael Ray's magazine.

    Recipe #296593

    This buttery and nutty chocolate confection was inspired by the nuts that fall from Ohio's famous buckeye trees. Come holiday time, they are produced (and consumed) in mass quantities in "The Buckeye State," as well as in neighboring states throughout the Midwest. Note: You may substitute peanut or cashew butter for almond butter; omit almond extract if you use a substitution.

    Recipe #402421

    These little gems will melt in your mouth! Recipe is from Family Circle. The dough must refrigerate for 2 hours (not included in prep time).

    Recipe #339697

    These Italian-style cookies have a sweet name, but they are not overly sweet. They pair nicely with a cup of coffee for an afternoon pick-me-up. Recipe is from a Better Home and Garden Italian magazine.

    Recipe #290426

    I got this cookie recipe from a good friend. It's important to use anise oil, not anise extract.

    Recipe #185322

    A great fall dessert - or anytime for that matter! Recipe is from Family Circle.

    Recipe #320896

    This could be breakfast or dessert! From Ladies Home Journal.

    Recipe #321997

    This is an easy and tasty dessert. Recipe is from Taste of the South.

    Recipe #340462

    You will need an oven-proof skillet for this dish.

    Recipe #222573

    This dessert is a must-have for special fall occasions. Unlike some fruit pies, this crust doesn't become soggy, thanks to the addition of ground walnuts. The nutty flavor pairs perfectly with the apples.

    Recipe #212506

    A delicious apple treat.

    Recipe #347600

    This is a delicious dessert for fall's favorite fruit. Recipe is from Woman's Day.

    Recipe #324755

    This recipe is from Woman's Day. According to the article, the magazine's staff enthusiastically agreed that this may be the best apple cake they've ever had. The cooking time includes time for cooling.

    Recipe #324778

    Bacon and apple pie? Sounds interesting so I had to save it here. Recipe is from Rachael Ray's magazine.

    Recipe #293216

    Here's a yummy treat to help celebrate your St. Patrick's Day celebration. These from-scratch cupcakes are moist and festive! Recipe is from Woman's World.

    Recipe #360230

    These mini baklava slices are perfect for a dessert tray. Recipe is from Land O Lakes.

    Recipe #305687

    This is a really moist and tasty banana bread that I've made for years. I got the recipe from my mother-in-law. Update 8/2/07: I have omitted the baking powder from this recipe since the original did not include it; it was not accidentally left out. It is my opinion that banana bread is a quick bread and, therefore, is not supposed to rise like a yeast bread.

    Recipe #184703

    I got this recipe recently while attending a picnic. Everyone just raved about this cake and I got the recipe. It's wonderful!

    Recipe #381298

    Recipe is from Taste of Home. The cooking time includes chilling overnight.

    Recipe #228008

    These banana fritters are a cross between a doughnut and a pancake. They are as good pan-fried like a traditional pancake as they are deep-fried as called for by the recipe. The recipe is adapted from "Cooking Up A Storm." This is a New Orleans breakfast classic.

    Recipe #357954

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