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    I was searching the web for something like this. I doubled this recipe for my son's bake sale. I labeled if "Safe to Eat." I worried about the ice melting and dough getting too soft. Not to worry, it was gone in 20 minutes.

    Recipe #392934

    1 Reviews |  By AnnNH

    shared by: Caitlin Koch: "Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate. This cake is so moist and rich there's absolutely no need for frosting. This cake made me an instant star with my clients. I quickly became known as 'that incredible chocolate cake lady!'" Read top rated reviews at cakerecipe.com

    Recipe #156719

    5 Reviews |  By AnnNH

    My new favorite c.c. cookie. This "makes about 4 dozen chewy-crispy bakery-style chocolate chip cookies. They are wonderful!" Crispy the next day. Source: nielsenmassey.com shared by Renee Hartzler

    Recipe #142526

    Recipe from my Iranian mother-in-law. These moist hamburger-like beef patties remind me of White Castle burgers. Can be served wrapped in flat bread or alone a top basmati rice. Can be served hot, or room temperature. Great appetizer. Travels very well.

    Recipe #117747

    2 Reviews |  By AnnNH

    From aspoonfulofsugar.net These are crispy crunchy buttery oatmeal cookies. I made them without raisins and they DIDN'T SPREAD even though made with butter. See tip below.

    Recipe #112860

    17 Reviews |  By AnnNH

    "Those who are passionate about brownies argue in defense of their favorite type, cakey or fudgey. If you're a cakey fan, go on to another recipe. These are the epitome of soft, dark baked-just-until-barely-set brownies. Their creamy texture makes them seem wildly luxurious and very much a treat to be meted out in small servings (just small enough for a scoop of ice cream and some chocolate sauce). The mixing method is unorthodox for a brownie. Half of an egg-sugar mixture is stirred into the melted chocolate and butter, while the other half is whipped until it thickens and doubles in volume. The lightened eggs are folded into the chocolate with a delicate touch, as are the dry ingredients--tricks that enhance the brownies' lovely texture."

    Recipe #99113

    -or Swedish Butter Cookies This is an old recipe shared by my neighbor. Her family calls them 'potato slices'. The cinnamon coated edge on the cookies look like potato skin. 'Mordeg' means, quite literally, 'tender dough' in Swedish. It is similar to a shortcrust dough. Usually it has flour, butter, sugar and egg. Very versatile. Kaka means cake or cookie. There is really no one word in Swedish, which can be directly translated to cookie. Well, maybe 'smakaka' (pl. smakakor) which means small cake or small cakes.

    Recipe #98928

    2 Reviews |  By AnnNH

    This is a delicious blueberry crisp that was shared by Trisha G. at another site. I've tried several bb recipes over the summer and my eldest son prefers this.

    Recipe #98820

    6 Reviews |  By AnnNH

    *Use a good quality imported white chocolate like Lindt white bar, Bakers or Merkens white This cake has received rave reviews by many expert cake decorators. (Note: remember, this is the recipe that is supposed to make two 6" layers, but they overflow the pans, so I use it to make two 8" cakes and the layers are about 1 1/2" high)

    Recipe #98453

    18 Reviews |  By AnnNH

    These are great moist brownies. They reminded me of Duncan Hines Deluxe brownies. Can use regular chocolate Nesquik and it won't hurt, (I asked at the site) Recipe is from verybestbaking.com

    Recipe #98273

    4 Reviews |  By AnnNH

    This is my sister-in-laws recipe. I have had great success with this dough. I use it immediately without waiting for it rise. This makes a nice chewy dough. Makes 2 large pizza crusts.

    Recipe #98189

    34 Reviews |  By AnnNH

    I was searching the web for something like this. I doubled this recipe for my son's bake sale. I labeled if "Safe to Eat." I worried about the ice melting and dough getting too soft. Not to worry, it was gone in 20 minutes.

    Recipe #98127

    3 Reviews |  By AnnNH

    These soft cake-like cookies taste like warm pumpkin pie. Once when I shared these with the neighbor kids, "they" asked for the recipe to give to their mom. It's really the only cookie my youngest son requests. This recipe was shared by Madwizard at the marthastewart.com boards.

    Recipe #98054


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