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    The Glad Shall Be Made Fat..

    I have heard this quote alot...I must come from a really happy family! These are recipes I haven't tried yet, but made me want to. They are easy, too, to make you even gladder!!
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    Don't like too sweet pecan pie? You'll like this one then, it's mostly nuts with just enough filling to hold them together. Nice change of pace and very decadent. I saw a pecan pie at a local Creole restaurant, in a suburb of Washington DC, that gave me the idea to develop this one.

    Recipe #15646

    These cookies are AWESOME!!!!

    Recipe #131421

    Christmas gifts from me are usually centered around something I know someone likes or will like. Of course, using whiskey/bourbon in anything is something that all Kentuckians know about. These little suckers can either be made with a smooth bourbon such as Maker's Mark or a kickin whiskey like Jim Beam. Either way, they are a must for our holiday cheer. And the more you eat, the more you want. The nine hours cook time is actually chill time and the yield depends on how much fondant you use for each ball.

    Recipe #133270

    These are legendary and full of sin.

    Recipe #137710

    Delicious and very moist. Even better the second day.

    Recipe #28091

    Southern Living; my father-in-law's favorite.

    Recipe #32740

    Enjoy these during the holidays or anytime at all. These nuts could easily be put into airtight jars and given as gifts.

    Recipe #168632

    Little chocolaty things. Yum.

    Recipe #125742

    Nothing says "Mom's having PMS" like the foreboding smell of chocolate wafting from the kitchen. When my family sees these these treats on the cooling rack, they know to head for the hills. The recipe yields 2 dozen (if you don't eat half the dough before it's cooked...) but as far as my family knows, it makes four.

    Recipe #128516

    Found my old recipe box and this one was in it. Can't even remember who the MCP was that gave me the recipe any more, but it sounds wonderful and she says that is is very easy.

    Recipe #39097

    These were my favourite--Mum use to make them often. I always loved the melted caramel on the top. Cook time for me is usually 12 minutes.

    Recipe #138951

    These are the "perfect" brownies. fudgy, super chocolatey, and just a little chewy (despite the title they are not overly chewy, but just right) I love these. I usually check them before the lowest cooking time given, they are done in my oven by about 30 min. Source:Fine Cooking Magazine. Notes: (from the recipe) This recipe can be doubled easily; use a 13X9-inch pan and increase the baking time slightly. The recipe gives a range of baking times -- use the shorter time for metal pans, the longer for Pyrex pans.

    Recipe #67716

    taken from http://www.verybestbaking.com/

    Recipe #13729

    This is a fantastic crockpot recipe! Found it on the internet years ago and have modified it some. The chicken is so tender, it falls apart, and it makes incredible gravy. It's my most requested recipe and our favorite meal. My daugters (ages 4 and 1) love it too! We eat it with a side of vegetable and sometimes with Texas toast.

    Recipe #18872

    1 Reviews |  By T'sMom

    Exceptionally moist. Recipe came from the archives of a friend.

    Recipe #38397

    Peanut butter, orange, chocolate, and cream. Makes servings for a large gathering of 20 or one very hungry peanut butter chocolate nut.

    Recipe #120762

    Posted in response to a request. This is a back of the box recipe. I have not tried it myself but it looks wonderful for the holidays!

    Recipe #44344

    13 Reviews |  By Marie

    Banana chocolate chip cupcakes with no frosting needed....has its own brown sugar baked topping with cinnamon and walnuts added. Recipe found on the web.

    Recipe #61627

    I like this recipe because of the butterscotch and the pecans. It tastes awesome with vanilla ice cream. :o)

    Recipe #34227

    1 Reviews |  By Anemone

    Just one more variation of the quintessential brownie! This one's from Kraft. My kids loved helping me make these - especially the cookie crushing part! Feel free to use 1/2 cup carob or chocolate chips instead of squares, or try 1/4 cup cocoa, 1/4 cup sugar and 3 tbsps butter (if your house is like mine, and all chocolate chips get eaten before you can bake!)

    Recipe #141256

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