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    Things to do with Hershey's syrup

    For some reason I have several bottles of Hershey's syrup. Trying to find a way to use them.
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    11 Reviews |  By iewe

    When my grandmother brings these to any sort of family function, they are gone before you know it! Special requests are always made for these brownies.

    Recipe #258086

    This cake takes no time to put together , is so light you could eat the entire thing yourself. We stole this recipe from my cousin who guarded with her life for years.

    Recipe #266558

    Hammett House Restaurant, Claremore, Oklahoma

    Recipe #267878

    Haven't tried it yet, going to make it for Thanksgiving 2007. Sounds really good!

    Recipe #266254

    2 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Top with Recipe #266170 for a delectable chocolate breakfast.

    Recipe #266174

    3 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    From the Hershey company. Use on Recipe #266174 or Recipe #252656 with cream cheese,.. lots of possibilities!

    Recipe #266170

    This is an easy cake to make, no baking, this can store in the freezer for at least a week, but It never makes it that long! I freeze this in a plastic 9x13 with a lid because my kids can serve themselves this.

    Recipe #265536

    Adapted Taste of Home. These cookies are simply delicious. My DH especially likes the malted flavor in them. I substitute freshly ground whole grain flour for the all-purpose. **PLEASE NOTE**. If you substitute store-bought wheat flour for part of the all-purpose, you do not need to add the additional amount of flour - just use the same amount as all-purpose.

    Recipe #274148

    This is a sandwich cookie from Taste of Home. Spread the filling on quite thickly -- there's plenty. This recipe is great for cookie exchanges or parties because it makes a ton!

    Recipe #274176

    From the "What Can I Bring" cookbook by Anne Byrn, author of "The Cake Mix Doctor." Uses a devil's food cake mix as the base and is then doctored up. Sounds yummy!

    Recipe #281494

    This gooey, moist cake is incredibly easy to prepare. Serve it warm with a spoon and a sweet tooth!

    Recipe #283486

    Handed down from my Nana, this is a very simple, plain yet moist and fudgy cake. Serve with whipped cream or your favorite ice cream.

    Recipe #280713

    3 Reviews |  By KaraRN

    Saw this on Paula's party. Can't wait to try it! It looked very good (and sinful!)

    Recipe #279222

    This is an amazing recipe for crowd-pleasing chocolate mousse. Light and airy with chewy chocolate crumbs, this is a mousse-lovers dream...

    Recipe #277722

    2 Reviews |  By AditaCR

    Moist, soft chocolate perfection! I saw this on a cooking show but neglected to write down the name. Since making it, I've decided to call it the Mother of all Chocolate Cakes. Disclaimer: I will not be held liable for any heart conditions that may arise due to consumption of this cake!

    Recipe #279640

    I originally found this in the deli counter of the grocery store, I loved it so much I recreated it. I call it "mousse" since it is the closest in texture to a mousse, however I realize it is not a traditional mousse in the true sense of the word, but it is nice when you don't feel like messing with complicated preparation. It is great because it's so easy, and uses common ingredients (for those times when you're in a pinch) and is adaptable to suit individual tastes & preferences. It's great for any take alongs or potlucks, because it isn't likely to be duplicated by others and it goes well with many other types of food, any time of year, any weather, & for any occasion. It is best to make 24 hrs. ahead as the marshmallows soften over night, (which makes your end result even more airy and light), but it can also be made in a hurry. Don't forget to allow for thaw time on the whipped topping when you are planning ahead (since it will be frozen when you buy it). I even took it one year to a Halloween party, made a scary little sigh for it and called it "Ghost Poop". This is also a great one to make with the kids. It can be rich or light depending on how you alter it to suit you taste, as I have it here, it is on the richer side. It lasts nicely throughout the week for your family as well, when you need just a moment of sweet comfort. It just reminds me that in life, sometimes the best things don't have to be complicated to be good and satisfying... Also, one variation is that after you have refrigerated it for 24 hrs or so to let the marshmallows soften, you can then freeze this and serve frozen or partially frozen.

    Recipe #286486

    This is a good dessert to take to get togethers. Easy and everyone loves it.

    Recipe #285940

    This is the best thing that ever touched my tongue! It's a recipe from Eagle Brand. You can make it as a pie, or as tarts.

    Recipe #286961

    Back in the late 1980's, my Mom was diagnosed with MS. There were some things in her diet that changed with this diagnosis. My Mom likes sweets - so this recipe was one given to her that would be okay to eat. It actually has a great flavor and is not heavy like a regular brownie can be.

    Recipe #287043

    This brownie is to die for. A dense cake like brownie with a rich chocolate icing. Very rich. Cut into small portions.

    Recipe #289961

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