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    Got this recipe from Lickety Split Cookbook by Zonya Fuco. SO EASY, SO YUMMY, and only 20 calories EACH. They are molten little centers in a slightly crunchy shell that are VERY sweet, so they satisfy immediately with just one or two. I just made a batch for Christmas gifts and will now make a second (and maybe a third!) batch for us at home!!! Just be aware that they are VERY fragile when removing from waxed paper. (Those are the ones I sampled! LOL!!!) They also can be frozen for those "chocolate craving" moments!

    Recipe #344619

    Many years ago a dear co-worker shared this recipe with me. Fairly quick to make with few ingredients.It has been a family favorite and my newly married daughter has requested it for her recipe box, too. It bakes into a really dense and hearty loaf rather than a cake. Depending on the juiciness of the apples, the baking time varies so be sure to test it with a toothpick to see if it is done. Otherwise, it will be a mass of "goo" in the center of the loaf! Hope you love it as much as we do!

    Recipe #253223

    A childhood favorite of mine. Brings back memories of cold winter evenings and warm family dinners. Mom always had a hot dinner on the table when Dad got home from work and every one would enjoy the bounty. Use bone-in chops because they have the most flavor. Serve with a crusty rye bread so as not to waste a drop of the yummy juices! Hope you enjoy this scrumptious and easy to prepare comfort food!

    Recipe #210849

    This is one of many variations of Recipe #153499 that I have made, but I think this one deserves it's own recipe. The addition of grated parmesan at the end makes it a bowl of "souper" comfort, especially if you love mushrooms! Really quick to make, too!

    Recipe #205488

    While looking for drink recipes and searching Laird's applejack website, I stumbled upon this. Rich, light and yummy! A little involved, but end product sure was worth it. Used one of those silicone tube pans and it popped right out!

    Recipe #200240


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