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    If you're bored of the usual cupcake flavors, try these pretty little cakes for something different. You'll be surprized how nicely the flavors compliment eachother.

    Recipe #158432

    Pretty and tasty berry muffins.

    Recipe #155427

    Recipe #153865

    1 Reviews |  By Kellogs

    The perfect wafer crust for pies!

    Recipe #140001

    3 Reviews |  By Kellogs

    The perfect lunch!

    Recipe #136769

    8 Reviews |  By Kellogs

    I had to get this recipe from my mother in law as it was the only way my husband would eat carrots. It was then that I discovered why and now it’s the only way either of us will eat them!

    Recipe #136577

    I got this recipe from the internet and made it without the walnuts. It was delicious and the best bread I've made. Definitely worthy of sharing. The following day I made it into muffins to bring to a picnic.

    Recipe #136382

    This recipe is from a cook book I recently bought (I think it is originally an English recipe). Very simple to make and goes great with a glass of milk :)

    Recipe #134676

    2 Reviews |  By Kellogs

    Found this recipe on the internet. It's a nice twist on the traditional English scone (see recipe #133633).

    Recipe #134673

    7 Reviews |  By Kellogs

    This is a recipe by Emeril Lagasse (from The Essence of Emeril show) that my husband enjoys.

    Recipe #133812

    3 Reviews |  By Kellogs

    An easy to make recipe which I found on the internet and adapted (improved!) slightly. (Note: the English don't generally put coconut in their scones, it just adds a little flavour). Serve with thick cream and jam at tea time along with a hot drink. Yum! (See recipe #134673 for alternative).

    Recipe #133633

    1 Reviews |  By Kellogs

    This is a recipe I adapted slightly from a cookbook. Great flavour that is not overwhemingly spicy and quick 'n easy to make.

    Recipe #133621

    1 Reviews |  By Kellogs

    This dish is great on it's own as a main meal or served with a side.

    Recipe #132788

    1 Reviews |  By Kellogs

    This makes for a quick and tasty weekday meal.

    Recipe #132437

    Makes a nice fruity desert but good for any time of day.

    Recipe #132175

    7 Reviews |  By Kellogs

    This is an easy dish to make that is great served at any time of day. I sometimes crumble some crispy bacon in there for even more flavour variety! It has a nice zing to it due to the spices but is not overpowering.

    Recipe #132046

    I got this recipe somewhere on the internet and made it to bring to a picnic the other day. It tastes great and so simple to make!

    Recipe #131828

    1 Reviews |  By Kellogs

    I got this recipe somewhere on the internet. Creamy and very lemony.

    Recipe #131827

    A flavourful dish that's great served with mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #131136

    I got this simple recipe from one of those Wal-Mart recipe cards. My first time trying them out. I made this with Plantains but I'm sure it would be great (if not better) with regular bananas.

    Recipe #130648

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