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    I was making sugar cookies last week for a holiday party and i had this little inspiration while stirring the dough:) A handful of Cherry Flavored Craisins and some slivered almonds and almond extract added a nice new twist on an old favorite with no fuss at all! I have now made them two more times with the measurements below and they are consistently yummy!! These will be a nice variation among my sugar cookies this year...

    Recipe #149279

    This frosting comes out fluffy and delicious every time! Sweetened condensed milk adds to the rich flavor of this delectable topping. You may not need all the sugar, test the flavor before adding the last few tablespoons. I sometimes leave out a little sugar and have the option of icing a cake, or cakes, or using as a fresh fruit dip.

    Recipe #149140

    Add orange juice instead of water to turn ordinary boxed cake mix into a moist, fresh tasting dessert! This recipe is for light color cake mixes; golden, white or lemon. I have never tried it with chocolate mix as I have always thought orange juice would reduce the richness of the chocolate. Makes a nice, moist cake that is light and delicious.

    Recipe #148714

    A deliciously different, spicy cranberry chutney-sauce. Fruity and rich in flavor with apples, oranges, golden raisins, and a whole heap of spices. More complex than a basic hot sauce or cranberry sauce, this is a sweet-heat sensation! Wonderful alongside the thanksgiving turkey, but also goes great with just about any beef, chicken or fish dish you can think of. Also a nice glaze for grilled or sauteed veggies. Cranberries aren't just for Thanksgivin' anymore! I use this tangy condiment all year round... Note: for the chutney flavor without the pepper heat, simply skip the peppers and hot sauce, still makes a wonderful condiment, with just the fruits and spices alone.

    Recipe #148705

    Simple, buttercream frosting made with orange juice for a tangy twist! Goes wonderfully on lemon cake, or over vanilla or pound cake. Even unusually good on chocolate cake! Thicker than a glaze, but not as stiff as store bought frostings. You can expect it to spread a little when you apply it, but don't worry, in a few moments it will be set in place. Glossy, elegant, and delicious!

    Recipe #148069

    A crispy, buttery sugar cookie with pecans, cinnamon and a touch of almond extract. Deliciously sweet, slightly spicy icing dries hard enough for stacking in a few hours. An easy cookie to make with a special nutty flavor that my nut-loving friends just adore. In fact, I think people invite me to their gatherings just to get their hands on more of these yummy things: ) If you don't feel like an iced cookie, these are also lovely rolled in cinnamon sugar before baking for a crispy, sparkly finish. Not too sweet, just right. Enjoy!

    Recipe #147544

    This is my favorite pumpkin recipe of the season... Adapted from a pumpkin bread recipe i found on Allrecipes.com, my version is more like spicy gingerbread with the added richness of pumpkin!! It is wonderful with a cup of tea and keeps well in the fridge for up to two weeks. Also makes a nice gift! For muffins, reduce cooking time by 30 minutes (i like to add pecans and raisins to the batter for chewy-crunchy muffins, yum!)--. Enjoy!

    Recipe #147222


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