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    Sweet Treats

    All of these goodies are tried and true: bars, cookies, cakes, pan desserts, pies, puddings, puffs, squares, sweet breads and trifles.
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    Very easy to make and delicious. I don't know where the recipe came from but have been making it for years. About 15 minutes to make when everything is on the counter in front of you.

    Recipe #37201

    This spread makes a great appetizer for any get-together, shower, brunch, party, etc. Also makes a healthy snack for kids or a nice spread for your morning bagel, toast or English Muffin. For parties or kids snacks, serve this with shortbread cookies, graham crackers or graham sticks.

    Recipe #105158

    Easy, tasty AND low fat healthy, this can be served at many occasions: brunch, showers, picnics and potlucks. Also a nice change to the standard "fruit cup" usually served before wedding reception and holiday dinners. Serve as a dessert or as a snack, which is kid-pleasing too. DO NOT serve to any child under the age of 1, due to the honey ingredient (or omit the honey, if so). A make-ahead no cook dish, cook time is for chill time. Serves 8-10, please double recipe for a larger crowd. This recipe is courtesy of Southern Living.

    Recipe #81924

    7 Reviews |  By BecR

    This yummy dessert/salad has been in the family for ages. Works just as well with sugar free jello and light products. I usually double this recipe, and serve it as a nice light dessert or side salad whenever the weather warms. Great for potlucks! Enjoy! Note: Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #112777

    This salad is cool and refreshing; very easy to make. Similar to an ambrosia salad but the orzo gives it a different twist. Serve this at your next shower, picnic, potluck, summer BBQ, Easter dinner, etc. Prepare the night before serving.

    Recipe #85679

    Coconut lovers check this out! This dessert is so delicious, I made it for a teacher's luncheon, and they sent me to the office to make copies for everyone.

    Recipe #104511

    A very easy, no-bake recipe that was given to me by a co-worker who's sister works in a university cafeteria and they serve this to the co-eds. Great idea for bake sales, school snacks, pot lucks...a good summer treat for the kids without heating up your kitchen. I'm guessing on the servings because you can cut them as small or as large as you would like them. The cooking time includes the one hour of cooling time.

    Recipe #319439

    These are delicious, simple and quick. You won't even know that the "crisp" is a saltine cracker. A cross between a cookie and candy, you break these up like you would peanut brittle or peppermint bark; they make a nice addition to any cookie platter or gift in a tin for the holidays or anytime of the year. You may use other nuts in place of the pecans (walnuts, almonds, etc). Prep and cook time does not include cooling time.

    Recipe #444157

    These are a favorite everytime I take them somewhere.....they are always the first to disappear. I usually cut them into squares and put them in individual cupcake papers to make serving easier. They are easy to make, too. Prep/cook time does NOT include 4 hours for chilling.

    Recipe #116976

    A wonderful little cheesecake for a dessert buffet. It is incredibly easy to make and looks and tastes very impressive. I saw Paula Deen make them on FoodTV and I couldn't wait to try them myself. Use canned pie filling, fresh fruit or use your imagination!

    Recipe #114580

    I thank my awesome neighbor, Alison for this fine recipe. I am not a huge fan of chocolate, but I must say, this is a great (and easy) cake. Because I only have a regular standard bundt cake pan, I make this in the oven. But if any of you have the Pampered Chef's Stoneware Bundt pan, this cake bakes in the microwave in 12 minutes!!! Alison always makes it in the microwave. When she gave me this recipe, I almost fell on the floor at how easy it was and she made it in the microwave????? I increased the amount of p.b. cups because I love peanut butter. ;)

    Recipe #246989

    39 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Cool and refreshing summer treat. The recipe calls for freezing in the freezer overnight. I used my ice cream freezer and the results were wonderful. This recipe comes from an advertising insert.

    Recipe #96465

    From Connie Griffin at Hope Lodge. This is the best banana cream pie you will ever eat. check the reviews for different ways to go on this. the crust is dead easy , and adds a lot to the recipe. i like banana pudding also .

    Recipe #123993

    5 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    This is from the Kentucky Derby Museum Cookbook.

    Recipe #74154

    10 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I was invited to friends for dinner on Rosh Hashana and was told to bring dessert. I decided to invent this trifle, along with the help of some very good Zaar folk in the Q&A thread. I want to thank Terese, PetitFour, Jules, CCLady, ann teapot, Iron Bloomers, Charishma, evelyn/athens, MarieAlice, HeatherFeather, joni g, Mrs Beeton wannabe, Dancer, Amy - Ellie''s mommie, Bergy, Watermelon and Ann Marie F for all their wonderful input. This dessert was a hit!

    Recipe #73080

    These sweet and chewy bars are chock full of goodies; a great treat for kids to eat and/or help make. I made these with the help of my 4 y/o on a rainy Saturday. I measured, he poured and stirred. Cut bars smaller to serve more people. I believe this recipe originated from a brand name baking cookbook.

    Recipe #92872

    This is one of those quick throw-together desserts for a nice ending to a busy weeknight meal. My 4 year old loves this. I don't have fancy parfait glasses so I just make this for him in a 6 oz juice glass; perfect serving size for his little self. You can make the pudding yourself or buy it already made, which is what I do. Cooking time is the 1 hour refrigeration time. This recipe is courtesy of TOH Quick Cooking.

    Recipe #100650

    14 Reviews |  By Cyn

    Easy and delicious!

    Recipe #81849

    A lovely holiday dessert

    Recipe #12021

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