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    It's a combination recipe inspired by "Tres Leches" using Funfetti Cake Mix by Pillsbury. Tastes so good, it never lasts more than a day in my home! I only use half a box of Cake Mix each time, and cut the rest of the ingredients in half too, for my family of 4. 1 cake mix box makes 2 cakes.

    Recipe #146332

    A Pakistani/Indian dessert that uses primarily only milk and sugar! It's a great way to use milk that has *just* spoiled (slightly sour-- not nasty moldy!). Works perfectly fine with fresh milk too. Cooking time includes the refrigeration time.

    Recipe #132209

    Directly from the Rain forest Cafe Safari Club publication, "The Leaf". I haven't tried it, but it's the real thing! (Unknown cook/preparation time).

    Recipe #127319

    Lots and lots of fiber, and nutritious!

    Recipe #125028

    A traditional Indian/Pakistani desert drink. My version uses ingredients you can easily find at your local Indian and Chinese Grocery store. This recipe is super easy and tastes BETTER than what you can find at most Indian restaurants!! The Falooda Seeds are optional since they don't really have a flavor, but they do add to the authentic look (a little like floating tadpoles!), and are actually very good for digestion in a hot climate.

    Recipe #120560


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