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    This recipe goes back over 30 years and I still make today, it's the most delicious dependable never-fail moist cake that is so easy to make, just dump everything into one large bowl, there is no need to beat eggs first, if like a slight orange/chocolate flavor use orange juice or you may use half juice and water you could use all water if desired ---my family calls this the Oreo cake as it tastes similar to the chocolate wafer part of an Oreo cookie, I sometimes slice in half and spread a vanilla frosting in the middle --- please make certain to generously grease and flour your pan, I always use my recipe#78579 for this --- this is one cake you will make over and over again and it's perfect to take to a potluck! --- for glaze see my recipe#315210

    Recipe #71876

    From Taste of Home. Living in Florida means I usually have a source for fresh lemons even though I don't have a lemon tree. Those who do usually have an over-abundance and are happy to share their bounty. If not, it's easy to find local growers selling their fresh citrus. It really makes a difference in the lemony flavor, but this is still good if you can't get fresh. : )

    Recipe #274895

    Plan ahead this dessert needs to be chilled for about 4 hours before serving, cooking time is chilling time -- for easier slicing chill or partially freeze the peanut butter cups firstly, feel free to use Reese's Caramel Peanut Butter Cups :)

    Recipe #297058

    Yes ... a desert from me. I'm not too much into desserts, but this is worth mentioning. My girlfriend made these for a bridal shower we both attended last month and they are absolutely delicious. Crunchy, sweet and even though I like chocolate, I'm not a "chocoholic," so for me to really like these, it says a lot. They just firm up on the counter and take minutes to make. A perfect like snack for a party. She found the recipe in a small local cookbook from her home town in TX. She cooks very little, but loves to bake, however, she admits ... her idea of baking is never having to turn on the oven. Well, this was the perfect dish for her and it was a hit with everyone. So I had to share.

    Recipe #393085

    This is Mom's favorite chocolate cake. Easy to make and has a little different twist. Also has no eggs or dairy products. Pick your favorite frosting for the top--Mom likes 7-minute the best.

    Recipe #40237

    Very Easy but remember NOT TO OPEN THE OVEN, till it is done! This coconut pie makes it own crust.

    Recipe #393880

    This desert is quick and easy. I been making this desert for forty years. It is so good with ice cream or served hot out of the oven or cold. The best ever peach cobbler--family and friends favorite.

    Recipe #14199

    I love the crumb topping on this apple crisp. My daughter has been making this for 12 years and it comes out perfect every time. A friend gave me the recipe which originally called for baking apples but I changed it to the canned apple pie filling so a child could make it without having to use a sharp knife. The crisp can be made with any fruit pie filling.

    Recipe #335491

    This is easy to make with only 5 ingredients. My husband can't get enough of these !

    Recipe #343803

    Really good, quick and easy!

    Recipe #53524

    This is my favorite frosting because: 1) you don't have to mess around with powdered sugar or electric beaters, 2) the fat content is relatively low, 3) it is fast and virtually foolproof, thanks to the cornstarch, 4) it has a beautiful satiny texture and rich dark color, 5) it tastes great. I found it in a charming cookbook entitled "British Columbia Heritage Cookbook" by Mary Evans-Atkinson (Whitecap Books, Vancouver, 1984).

    Recipe #238360

    4 Reviews |  By Troy38

    This is the recipe that I use for a basic easy cake. It's from Better Homes Cook book and I don't want to lose it so I am posting it here. This is the cake that started me baking from scratch and not using boxed mixes from the store. If you use all of the sugar then it's still real good without icing. I usually just use 1 1/2 cups of sugar and it work just fine.

    Recipe #303163

    This is a no bake, no cook recipe that tastes like strawberry shortcake and starts with TWINKIES!! It is very easy to prepare, but it does need to chill several hours, so plan ahead :)

    Recipe #29829

    Pretend because pie can't be this easy! AND there are no dishes to do !! except the spoon. edit: I haven't tried it yet, but I was thinking it might be yummy to put a layer of chocolate pudding in the pie crust under the peanut butter mixture.

    Recipe #291714

    This is an interesting dessert to be served at any special occasion, personally I like it on any day of the week!!

    Recipe #366275

    For chocolate-peanut butter lovers! This recipe is a family tradition. Our family couldn't wait to get Minnesota bars mailed to us from Grandma every Christmas. My sister and I would also make them with our grandmother when we would visit. I don't know where the name came from--my dad spent some of his childhood in Minnesota.

    Recipe #162331

    11 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I can't believe I can't find this here, so I'm posting it. I make these all the time and have done so for a good 20 years. I think I got the recipe from the Rice Krispies box, but when I checked their current microwave recipe, it's not quite the same. These are always chewy and delicious -- and easy!

    Recipe #129168

    I got this recipe from my friend Lois Dickerson in 1978 and have been making it ever since. We love it--actually I just made it 3 days ago.

    Recipe #17869

    This is another dump cake variation (see my recipes for a chocolate 3 ingredient one), this one with pineapples, cherries, yellow cake mix and nuts. The best thing about these cakes is that there are no bowls to wash, no mixing and no grief. Just dump it all in the pan and bake!

    Recipe #29141

    9 Reviews |  By jinx

    Apple Crisp

    Recipe #355

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