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    Super delicious, I was at the gym and really wanted tomatoes and cheese, so I roasted my own tomatoes and threw this together! It is even better if the bread you are using is homemade bread, I like it with the white bread recipe from the Betty Crocker cookbook.

    Recipe #476504

    I originally got this recipe from a vegan cookbook, and its easy to keep it vegan by omitting the butter. It is a super delicious recipe and very filling, perfect for a cold winter's night.

    Recipe #476169

    A good steusel to use for pies, tarts, crumbles, or whatever you need streusel for!

    Recipe #474274

    I found this recipe in one of my books from culinary school and kind of made it my own. It is seriously amazing, my whole family has tried it and they all have given me rave reviews. You can make it a cooler pie for the summer by omitting the cinnamon, or make it warmer for a winter holiday by adding it in! Either way, this pie is amazing. It takes a little while to prepare but the end result is worth it. Another way to make it even more amazing is to add 2 tablespoons of almond extract into the pie crust that you prepare for this filling. Its a small thing, but it changes the flavor a lot. Refer to my struesel recipe or use your own, but the struesel is needed to this pie to work properly. And the recipe means two 15 ounce cans of peaches, not 15 ounces altogether. You can also use fresh peaches, 1 pound 4 ounces is good for a 9in. pie.

    Recipe #474273

    I found this recipe in a Cooks Illustrated magazine, and it is pretty much the same but I added some cinnamon into the recipe to give it a little warmth to cut through the tartness of everything else haha. Fresh or frozen blueberries can be used.

    Recipe #474272


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