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    I posted this in response to someone looking for a dessert. These are simple, inexpensive, and sooo delicious! I don't really know how much these make because I usually buy the wrappers that are on sale, and the packages vary from 10 to 12 ounces.

    Recipe #349077

    I picked up the latest issue of Taste of Home, Best-Loved Cookies and Bars. Because of the season, I wanted to make pumpkin cookies. When I couldn't decide between 2 recipes, I smooshed them together and made it my own, especially the frosting. A touch of maple syrup adds a hint of the holidays and the cream cheese adds a rich, creamy texture to the frosting and keeps it not too sweet. These are easy to make and sooo delicious. Don't be afraid of the thick mixture, especially after adding the walnuts. This produces a soft, moist, chewy, cake-like cookie. If you're not a stickler for smooth edges or are in a rush, refrigeration isn't necessary. It just stays more formed and doesn't create little points after being scooped (especially from a cookie scooper). These cookies don't spread out much, so you can place them closer together on the cookie sheet to bake more at a time. Cooking time is bake time + making the frosting.

    Recipe #337910

    I love that whole flavor contrast/texture experience. Sweet and salty, smooth and crunchy, hot and cold. I came up with this a while ago when I was searching for midnight snack and couldn't decide between a waffle and ice cream. So why not have both? It's not really a recipe, more of a concept. Just use all of your favorites! I used Roselani's Kona Mud Pie ice cream. It's a Hawaiian brand, so if you don't live here, you can't find it. It's a Kona coffee ice cream, with chocolate sandwich cookies, and a mocha fudge sauce. Of course, just use whatever you want! And it's an awesome treat for breakfast! Cooking time is toasting the waffle.

    Recipe #335037

    I got this recipe from the mother of one of my bosses. I didn't think I would like dates, but she made me try a bar and I was hooked. I think her bars are perfect because they don't have oatmeal (I don't really like oatmeal in my baked goods), the filling wasn't too overly sweet, and the crust was crumbly and buttery. These are now a part of my Christmas goodie containers. This recipe can easily be halved, and baked in a 9x9" pan for about 10-12 minutes for the crust and 20-25 minutes for the filling.

    Recipe #273804

    I got this recipe from a friend, and as always, I changed a few things. Her recipe called for melted butter, but I liked the texture better when it was softened, not melted. It's not "traditional," but when in Hawaii, you just gotta use macadamia nuts. But I like the a mix of pecans and walnuts the best if there are no mac nuts. These cookies are so simple to make and use basic ingredients and are a staple in my holiday goody containers. My nephews love to help me make these, because they know they get to make a mess when they roll them in powdered sugar. I like to make them bite-sized, since the big ones make a mess if you don't pop the whole thing in your mouth! The smallest cookie scooper I have is 25 mm, and they come out about less than half the size of a regular cookie scooper. The little guys bake for 7-8 minutes.

    Recipe #273783

    I haven't tried it yet, but it sounds amazing! But these cupcakes aren't for kids, as the whipped cream topping is spiked with Kahlua. Make sure the cake mix is plain, not the ones with pudding added in the mix. From Cupcakes! from the Cake Mix Doctor.

    Recipe #180881

    This is an adapatation of my Tiramisu Cheesecake, recipe #161274. My friend and I have been waiting to try this recipe and thought they would be great as cupcakes... and they are! Use gold or silver double-lined paper baking cups, as the regular ones get kind of soggy. Don't be intimidated by the steps! It may look long, but it's a lot easier than it looks! Prep time does not include cooling and refrigeration.

    Recipe #179144

    This comes from the Kraft Food & Family magazine. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks so good, and so simple. If you have access to mascarpone cheese, I suggest using it instead of cream cheese... it tastes so much better!

    Recipe #161274

    Cake, jelly, peanut butter, and chocolate... how can you go wrong with this combination? This makes a lot of frosting, but if the kids are helping, they might leave just enough for the cupcakes. I just double the cupcake recipe, or you could half the frosting recipe. The frosting is so good, my dad, who normally doesn't eat too much sweets, just wanted to eat it straight from the bowl! I tweaked it just a little, and it got even better! It's perfect... light, fluffy, peanut buttery goodness. If you like, you could use your favorite jam or jelly in place of the grape jelly. From Food Network.

    Recipe #160462

    A far cry from your average waffles, I think the ginger makes all the difference. Use only fresh ginger, and grate fresh right before using. I usually can't find molasses, so I use dark corn syrup instead. Cooking times will vary, dependent on waffle maker. From the Great American Favorite Brand Name Cookbook.

    Recipe #160052

    Serendipity is infamous for it's Frrrozen Hot Chocolate (Recipe #102685), but they also make a version for those who are fans of white chocolate.

    Recipe #160043

    These thin chocolatey pancakes are so easy to prepare. I tried to make it with my nephews, but they kept sticking their fingers in the chocolate syrup. I didn't have brandy, so I used Kahlua instead and they came out fantastic, but you could use vanilla extract. These crepes are great warm, and extremely versatile. Get creative!

    Recipe #160037

    This Serendipity favorite is a simple, no-bake pie. Its citrus flavor is perfect and refreshing for those really hot days. The book doesn't call for it, but I like to add the zest of one or two lemons, just for a little more lemon flavor. Remember to zest lemons before juicing. Time does not include refrigeration.

    Recipe #160032

    Serendipity is little restaurant in New York City, as featured in the movie Serendipity (with Kate Beckinsale and John Cusack). They are famous for their Frozen Hot Chocolate (Recipe #102685), but this cheesecake is a part of their many other desserts. I haven't tried it yet, but if it's from Serendipity, it just has to be good!

    Recipe #159492

    This recipe was originally printed in the Williams-Sonoma Dessert book. I adjusted ingredients to my personal tastes. If you don't have any bagel chips, substitute with additional graham cracker crumbs. Scraping frequently is very important, and do not overmix after adding the eggs.

    Recipe #159217

    Got a chocolate craving? These perfect individual-size cakes can be whipped up and baked in less than half an hour! These warm cakes of chocolatey goodness can be doubled for a small dinner party, or halved for a romantic dessert for two. From Kraftfoods.com.

    Recipe #155875

    I made the classic mocha even better by using Godiva Dark Chocolate Truffle Hot Cocoa Mix, available at Godiva retailers. The sweetness of the raspberry blends well with the slightly bitter taste of the dark chocolate. Can also be made with Godiva Classic Milk Chocolate Hot Cocoa Mix.

    Recipe #151878

    A great summertime dessert, using fresh strawberries. From Hershey's Best-Loved Recipes. If you don't have mini chocolate chips, the regular ones are fine to use.

    Recipe #149240

    Another wonderful cake from Hershey's Best-Loved Recipes, I already had all of the ingredients on hand. If you don't have buttermilk, substitute it with 1 T. white vinegar plus milk to equal 1 cup.

    Recipe #149220

    UPDATE: I've changed the recipe a little. I now use the large 29-oz. can of pumpkin, added 2 T. sugar, 2 eggs, 1 1/2 t. cinnamon, 1/2 t. nutmeg, and I've added 1/4 t. ground allspice. Also, I like a little more crunch, so I use up to 1 1/2 cups of nuts. I made this using leftover pumpkin I had from making Pumpkin Cheesecake. It's quick and easy, and was gone in one night! This is a combination of two recipes, one found in a local newspaper and the other in a fundraiser cookbook.

    Recipe #149194

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