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    I'm not sure where I got this recipe from originally but the combinations fascinated me. When I went to make them I didn't have any cardamom (and almost past out when I saw the price of a little bottle!) so I used 1/4 tsp. nutmeg and 1/4 tsp. ginger in place of it. I loved the results! If I every can afford the cardamom (ha ha!) I'll try the recipe again as written.

    Recipe #3560

    For our guest on restrictive diets.

    Recipe #3563

    Everyone I have ever served these to rants about them. I have made some modifications to make them a little healthier. That recipe is Recipe #2509. Either way though, we love them. (Recipe updated to add vanilla, more cinnamon and reduce oil slightly (original calls for 1 1/2 cups oil) since we prefer them with these alterations.)

    Recipe #3564

    A slightly different pumpkin pie as it has a crumb topping. Prep time does not include making a homemade pie crust. (Response to review, cutting in the butter is a technique to incorporate the butter into a dry mixture using a pastry blender or two knives. HTH!)

    Recipe #3565

    Makes 8 servings. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #3566

    A great choice when you can't decide whether to make pumpkin or pecan pie! I adore this pie. I think the praline layer adds a lovely new dimension to the traditional pumpkin pie. The pumpkin layer is the best I've ever had also. Very light and tasty without being overly sweet. A few people weren't crazy about it though because they said there was something 'wrong' with having nuts in a pumpkin pie. LOL! That's okay, that just means more for me!! And yes, you can double the praline layer, I do. You will end up with a little too much filling, but the pie will turn out fine.

    Recipe #3567

    Very rich because of the addition of buttermilk. I like to use Recipe #261024 for the icing. Or Recipe #95416 if I need to decorate the cake.

    Recipe #2495

    Recipe #3556

    A recipe given to my by a friend

    Recipe #3390

    This is the traditional light chocolate cake with the coconut and pecan icing that we remember from our childhood. Note: if you are making the 3 tiered version, I highly recommend you make more of the icing. (It also doesn't hurt to do that if you are making the 2 layered version. Ha ha!) Please use the ingredient amounts in parentheses to increase the yield by about 50%. In response to the one-star review: Yes, it *was* originally called German's Chocolate Cake but most of the mixes, recipes and ads for selling a cake like this, that I see, call it "German Chocolate Cake". That is also what everybody I know calls it and what I would search for if I was looking for the recipe. Therefore, that's what I'm calling mine.

    Recipe #3169

    Adopted in the Great Zaar Adoption of 2005. Recipe from the Kraft website.

    Recipe #3168

    A great tasting way to use up those rice krispies before they go stale!

    Recipe #3167

    Recipe #1861

    An easy dish with lots of flavor. It is one of those dishes I get a craving for.

    Recipe #3166

    Adopted in the Great RecipeZaar Adoption of 2005. Hope to make and update soon.

    Recipe #1753

    I used this recipe a lot when my kids were younger and it was helpful to have part of supper ready ahead of time. Especially because babies ALWAYS seem to be fussy when it is time to make dinner. Works great for company or potluck too.

    Recipe #3029

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