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    Sweets: Cakes, Tarts, Pies, and Tea-Breads

    Welcome to Becky's Bakery! Here is my ever expanding collection of sweet baked goods including cakes, tarts, pies, muffins, and tea breads. For cookies, please see my Cookie Book.
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    16 Reviews |  By BecR

    A simplified & delicious version of 'Libby's Famous Pumpkin Pie'. Courtesy Eagle Brand.

    Recipe #154996

    an old recipe..delicious..my grandmother used to make this

    Recipe #128329

    8 Reviews |  By BecR

    These tender scones, studded with fresh strawberries, sport an unusual glaze. Based on granulated sugar rather than confectioners', and tinted gold by a very high percentage of vanilla, the topping gives the scones a nicely crunchy finish. They're the perfect vehicle for a dollop of double Devon cream and a dab of jam (try strawberry-rhubarb or my strawberry jam recipe #388115). Strawberry and Cream Scones are great served warm, slathered in Honey Thyme Butter recipe #428651 or my Homemade Lemon Clotted Cream recipe #453683. From KingArthurRecipes.com.

    Recipe #428672

    6 Reviews |  By BecR

    A rich lemony, buttery filling--this is superb eaten as a pudding, or in a pie (see tip for making pie)! Recipe was passed down to a Southern Living Editor from her late mother, Louise Floyd of Potter's Station, Alabama. Thank you Ms. Floyd, for sharing this lovely recipe with us!

    Recipe #155008

    6 Reviews |  By BecR

    I am a lemon fanatic! These exquisite lemony muffins make for a wonderful picnic or sack lunch treat. Meyer lemons are a cross between a true lemon and a mandarin or sweet orange. Recipe is from the L. A. Times.

    Recipe #291400

    4 Reviews |  By BecR

    This is an interesting recipe I found in an ad for Keebler products. I put it here for safekeeping. It's nice to have a no-bake recipe for a favorite pie. (Cook time is refrigerator time).

    Recipe #154990

    4 Reviews |  By BecR

    This pastry crust is so tender and flaky, and best of all SO EASY! I can't say enough good things about this pastry recipe, so you simply MUST TRY it---you will NEVER go back!! A treasured family recipe from my dear father---he never gave the recipe to anyone (except family), so shhh don't tell!!! Waaay better than any other I've ever tried. My Dad made 'Libby's Famous Pumpkin Pie' (2 pumpkin pies every Thanksgiving!) and his extra-special 'Apple Pie In A Bag' recipe #117825 with this crust, and I use it for ALL of my pie baking!!! I hope you enjoy! (note: makes a single 8 or 9-inch crust).

    Recipe #117824

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    My very favorite apple pie, since childhood!! For the crust I always use Dad's Mazola No-Roll Pastry Shell recipe #117824 #117824. Dad always used Granny Smith apples, but I've found that Pink Lady apples also work beautifully in this pie--sometimes I use a combination of Granny Smith and Pink Ladies. Don't forget the vanilla ice cream! (Note: for those of you uncomfortable using a brown paper bag in the oven, you can omit that step and bake w/o the bag- - it's quite good that way too, -but- it won't be quite the same. Baking in the bag really does produce the most amazing pie!). I hope you enjoy this pie as much as we do!

    Recipe #117825

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    Totally delicious and refreshing, this creamy margarita cheesecake pie pairs beautifully with a spicy Mexican meal of tacos, enchiladas, rice and beans. Very easy prep, with no baking required, so it's also a wonderful make-ahead dessert! Cook time is chill time. P.S. I sometimes cheat and use a prepared graham cracker crust. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #117788

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    This cake took the country by storm in 1950 when it won the second Pillsbury Bake-Off. Lily Wuebel of Redwood City pocketed $25,000 for her winning creation. Here it is. From Pillsbury.

    Recipe #117795

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    This bread is delicious served at room temperature with cream cheese. Recipe makes two loaves and freezes well, so you can eat one and save one for later. Note: You can sub a 16 ounce bag of frozen unsweetened strawberries, thawed, for the fresh strawberries.

    Recipe #167785

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    This luscious, lemony loaf cake goes together fast, travels well- you can pop it back in the loaf pan once it has cooled to protect it en route- and stays moist. No one will guess this moist, sweet cake with a bright citrus tang is low-fat and made entirely with whole-wheat flour. Feel free to double the recipe and freeze the second loaf for future take-along use. From the newspaper.

    Recipe #175262

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    Lots of peachy flavor in this easy no-bake icebox pie! Best made with fresh peaches but other fresh, frozen or canned fruit is good too. Pie may be refrigerated for at least three hours and then served--but it's firmer and easier to slice if made ahead and frozen, then defrosted for 10 to 15 minutes prior to slicing.

    Recipe #244498

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Very moist and delicious cake! From my friend Nancy B., many years ago while we were stationed at Ft. Campbell KY. Enjoy!

    Recipe #163850

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    This is a traditional fresh plum cake, thought to have originated in the town of Augsburg, Germany. It is made with fresh Italian prune plums which are at their peak in late summer. Perfect for the afternoon coffee hour. Serve at room temperature, with a dollop of fresh whipped cream!

    Recipe #386977

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Traditional German Obst Kuchen is a Fresh Fruit Flan with a sponge-type cake base, sometimes with a thin layer of custard, topped with fresh fruit and then sealed with a fruit glaze. Obst Kuchen is very typically served throughout Germany during the afternoon coffee hour, with dollops of freshly whipped cream. One of my favorite toppings is fresh whole strawberries with a red currant or strawberry glaze. Fresh raspberries or other fresh or canned fruits such as kiwis, apricots, cherries, gooseberries, and pineapple are also popular. The traditional pan used is a 10-inch German flan pan, however a torte or springform pan would also work. Adapted from my friend Maite C's Obst Kuchen Boden recipe that was given to me when we were stationed at Ft. Campbell KY.

    Recipe #163855

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Moist champagne cake with peach schnapps and bits of diced peaches baked in, topped with a peachy champagne buttercream frosting! Taken from Sing For Your Supper.

    Recipe #453695

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    This is a beautiful cake to behold! And so easy with a prepared white cake. The frosting is absolutely divine. A wonderful spring or summertime dessert; make this cake at the peak of the season when strawberries are at their reddest and sweetest...enjoy! P.S. Great served with a scoop of strawberry ice cream.

    Recipe #452397

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    A foolproof pie of chocolate and pecans, laced with your favorite bourbon--what's not to like! If you have unexpected company, grab a frozen crust from your freezer, and this will be ready in no time. A little ice cream on top is good. Originally from Wild Turkey Distillery.

    Recipe #144552

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    I have an abundance of Lemon Verbena growing in my herb garden, and am constantly on the lookout for verbena recipes. If you are a lemon lover as I am, you will love growing this herb (Aloysia Triphylla/ A. Citrodora). Verbena's exquisite lemony fragrance can be enjoyed in a myriad of treats ranging from lemonade to sorbet to scones to potpourri. Add a little finely grated lemon zest for stronger lemon flavor. These scones are extra lemony-heavenly glazed with my recipe #411928, and served with my recipe #416273. Best eaten warm and on the day they are made. ENJOY! Recipe adapted from an on-line source.

    Recipe #430349

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