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    The original recipe comes from "What's For Supper?" by the Rockypoint, WY Happy Hour Club. I've made it a few times now and always change it a bit based on what I have on hand but it is always very moist and soft. This does seem to be a somewhat wet dough, which keeps it a moist bread. The recipe says to use a stand mixer with dough hooks, which is what I have used. I use bread flour for the white flour. I've added milled flax and wheat germ to boost the nutritional value and added tons of flavor (IMOP).

    Recipe #471790

    I've adapted this recipe from a bar cookie recipe called "Raisin Mumbles." I use this for homemade breakfast bars. The recipe has a cooked fruit filling but you can substitute canned pie filling. As with most recipes pretty much everything in here is interchangeable to your personal preferences or what you have on hand. When I have wheat germ on hand I exchange some of the almond for wheat germ.

    Recipe #463768

    Yummy, easy cake baked in the crockpot with minimal ingredients. My 2yr old son wanted to bake a cake in July, sooo, not wanting to use the oven (heating up the house) I put this in the crockpot. Please note I have a 6qt crockpot. I think if I had cooked it for a shorter time it would have been a bit more like pudding cake but it was delicious & super moist!!

    Recipe #432669

    Easy, old family recipe - only need a few ingredients. Perfect with the cheap refrigerator biscuits.

    Recipe #368111

    Wonderful recipe that I make all the time. One of those old family recipes. This one is courtesy of "What's for Supper?" cookbook. I use my noodle maker/press to roll out the dough so it cooks evenly.

    Recipe #366533


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