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    If you want a super-moist cupcake, then this is the one. I initially got this recipe from "Taste of Home" magazine, but after having tasting it at its original state; I decided to tweak it just a tad, and they turned out great!

    Recipe #456500

    This is THE ABSOLUTE best fish & chips recipe I have EVER used! The batter is crispy, light, and flavorful and the fries are fantastic (the fries are Emeril Lagasses' recipe)

    Recipe #454944

    This is a nice variation of cheesecake, it uses yogurt and neufcha'tel instead of cream cheese; making it a low-fat sinless treat. NOTE: you can sub the almond extract for any other type of extract for different flavor variations

    Recipe #458892

    A delightful shortbread crust, lemon, and blackberries make for this deliciously tart, yet sweet, summer pie.

    Recipe #454950

    This is a fabulous adaption to a torte,it uses coffee and has the greatest density and texture(much flourless chocolate cake, although not flourless).

    Recipe #454946

    Yes, it can be done! Your cheesecake CAN hold all of the delicious flavors of coffee, WITHOUT using instant coffee cystals. My recipe uses double-strained coffee*See Below*, a method nearly anyone with a coffee maker can execute with no problem and it tastes fantastic. Texture-wise (so you know) it has more of a new york cheesecake texture (dense and rich) if you want a light fluffy cheesecake see my "raspberry De-lite" cheesecake recipe. Double-Strained coffee: Have 2 cups pre-brewed coffee on hand. Use the already brewed coffee as your water content in the coffee and double the amount of coffee rinds.

    Recipe #460528

    This is a ,albeit rather strange, awesomely delicious recipe i've adapted using sriracha, sour cream, eggs, and begedil (recipe provided below). Note: you can find sriracha in most grocery stores (safeway, winco, etc.), it is red with a green cap; and has a picture of a rooster on it.

    Recipe #457379

    This is a recipe for a delicious tart recipe that I invented, it uses blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, lemon, and orange; and is really good for summer. NOTE: can be substituted for splenda, for a diabetic-friendly recipe.

    Recipe #456222

    This is a recipe for tiramisu, it hasn't failed me yet and is supreme in flavor.

    Recipe #454941

    This is an adapted recipe of bluberry pound cake that I've endeavored, it was a HUGE hit with my familia and has a sweet-but-not-too-sweet flavor with impeccable texture.

    Recipe #459620

    These are the moistest, most decadent chocolate cookies I've come across yet, they aren't too cakey or too tough, and unlike other chocolate chocolate cookies, no spreading!

    Recipe #458082

    These are super moist, delicious, easy, and the kids will love the colors and sweetness (my wee sis ate nearly all 48) And all be them sweet, the grown-ups will love em too.

    Recipe #455109

    These are sooo good, I practically ate all the dough before I had a chance to bake them. My mom (who is initially from England) said they taste kinda like Marzipan, of course I've never tried marzipan so I can't vouch for that, but they're really good. They have a nice buttery nutty taste, which is great with mocha!

    Recipe #454951

    A quick and easy way to use up a can of mixed nuts with delicious results.

    Recipe #469425

    This is a delicious and fairly easy curry recipe, it uses many spices and has a lot of flavor. NOTE: the longer you leave it to sit, the better the flavors to develop

    Recipe #454945

    These are a basic PB cookie with a twist (do what you please with them!) and their fairly decent Health wise too. Add-ins (optional) milk/white chocolate chips cranberries butterscotch pieces toffee bits peanuts (or any other nut) peanut butter chips reeses-pieces (highly recommended)

    Recipe #469540

    This is my adaption to "mayo-biscuits". They turned out a tad flat for me on first try, but with some minor adjustments, they were awesome. You couldn't even tell that they hadn't any yeast in them!

    Recipe #462580

    This is, by far, the closest I've come to replicating Marie Callenders signature quiche.

    Recipe #454947

    These are The Best churros I have ever eaten in my entire (fill in age) years of life. Best. Ever. I've made these about 5 times now and they have been an absolute hit every time. I definately reccomend these.

    Recipe #454949

    These are real yummy, not too sweet, perfect for breakfast, or just a quick to-go snack. NOTE: I used neufchatel as a lower calorie/fat sub, and it tasted fantastic!

    Recipe #457310

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