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    Super easy to make, no messing with dough, but still an end result that's worthy of oohs and aahs from the breakfast crowd.

    Recipe #363358

    Having tried the "other" slow cooker roast recipes, I wanted to create something with as much flavor, but without using the too salty, too oniony soup mix. I combined several other recipes and came up with this, which I think is better and it's the only one I use now.

    Recipe #333532

    This is so good!! Very very moist. With all the lemon ingredients it sounds like it could be too lemony, but it's just perfect. It makes a great birthday cake because it comes together easily and makes a nice presentation. You can't go wrong with a recipe like this.

    Recipe #306372

    Baked with the taste of fried. Out of Home Cooking magazine. I omitted the parmesan and thyme, and used seasoned bread crumbs and green onion potato chips...YUM!

    Recipe #273521

    Just found this on another site and tried it out today. Really a nice cookie full of flavors and textures! This recipe only made 19 cookies, so I would definitely recommend doubling.

    Recipe #273520

    This is a requested recipe that I haven't tried. The amount of cloves seems high, but I have posted it just as it was. If I do make them, I would cut that amount down considerably.

    Recipe #248796

    I got this recipe from the ever-inspirational Anna at Cookie Madness. I love her blog and she has added lots of wonderful recipes to my collection. This is creamy, caramelly, and easy to make. Chill time is essential. I also drizzled a bit of caramel ice cream topping on this one. Very good.

    Recipe #247500

    Just a basic macaroon bar, but with several variations. At Christmas time these are very nice to wrap individually and tuck into a gift basket. They aren't crumbly and stay moist for a long time.

    Recipe #244940

    Got a friend with PMS? Give her a plate of these and watch her sparkle before your very eyes! Chocolatey, gooey, crunchy, who needs more than that? Made with mostly prepared ingredients, they go together fast.

    Recipe #244506

    This makes a very dense, moist bread. Topped with honey butter, it's divine! The recipe makes two loaves, so you can share with your co-workers or neighbors (they love that)

    Recipe #244504

    Got this recipe out of a garage sale-find cookbook which was put out by the Crisco Co. It's very versatile in that you can add or subtract topping ingredients as you like. I thought peaches might be interesting to try.

    Recipe #243935

    I came up with this when I wanted something refreshing, but easy for dessert. Very yummy and just the right amount of lemon flavor.

    Recipe #243217

    Saw this on Sandra Lee's show and tried it with some different ingredients. YUMMO!

    Recipe #218242

    More of a cake than bread, this is moist and full of buttercream. A little time consuming, but worth it. Served on a pretty plate and dusted with powdered sugar, it is an impressive dessert.

    Recipe #203554

    A little sweet and a little tart. These call for frozen cranberries and orange marmalade. For Texas sized muffins, it makes 6.

    Recipe #203543

    A little different approach to the average fruit bar recipe. Good for lunchboxes. I have always cut them into bite-sized pieces too, just my preference.

    Recipe #203539

    This is one of those "can't eat just one" things. Believe me, if you leave a dish of them out and have a crowd around, better have another batch for back up...

    Recipe #199519

    Elegant candies for a wonderful gift, or a special presentation for dessert. Super easy and 1 batch makes a bunch.

    Recipe #199518

    I got this recipe from an old library book I found at a garage sale. It's a bit different from most other marshmallow recipes I've seen. Kids LOVE these.

    Recipe #199512

    Because it's made with gingersnaps, this dessert has a real "holiday" flavor.

    Recipe #199507

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