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    The things are the talk of every play group in my area so when I received this recipe from a friend I had to finally give them a try. If you like Rice Krispies treats and yellow cake then you will love these. Kids go crazy over them and I can't say I blame them. They pack all of the fun of Rice Krispies treats with a kick of yummy cake batter and sprinkles! Great for birthday parties!

    Recipe #454270

    No kneading or a bread machine is required with this recipe which makes it great for people who normally can't bake yeasty things (like me). Around the holidays, my grandmother's phone starts ringing off the hook from friends wanting her to make them a batch of these rolls for their holiday spread. If only they knew just how easy these soft, buttery yeast rolls were to make. Well, now you do! *NOTE*NOTE* If you using Rapid Rise "Highly active" yeast skip the refrigeration step and let the dough rise in a covered bowl for 10 -15 minutes in a warm place. Proceed with the rest of the recipe. Highly active yeast replaces the first rise.

    Recipe #451237

    This may sound cocky, but seriously, stop looking for an amazing, homemade red velvet cake recipe because here she is!!! I've had three professional wedding cake bakers ask me for this ridiculously moist recipe. Not only is this red velvet cake "stick to the back of the fork" moist, but it's so soft with that perfect red velvety chocolate taste. Frost with whipped cream cheese icing and perfecto!!

    Recipe #443640


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