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    This is a recipe for cream cheese icing that has been adapted to ice a single 9" cake- it's delicious with carrot cake. I am always having to have to reduce cream cheese recipes to suit my needs- they always make way too much for me to use! So here is an adapted version that I will use forevermore, and hope others will find helpful. Enjoy!

    Recipe #298008

    This is a really easy to make cool summer treat. I make it when I'm in a hurry and I need to pull out a dinner quickly. It's really good and turns out great whenever I make it- the whole family loves this dish!

    Recipe #159781

    These are great scones for company, they're really easy and quick to pull together and get eaten in a flash because they are SO good. They are best served hot with jam or marmalade on top. I found this recipe on the web, made a few changes, and have been using it ever since!

    Recipe #159501

    This is another adaption of my earlier recipe "delicious tea scones." This is one of my favorite recipes because of its easiness and the result is so good! The scones have a great crumb, are very pretty, and really delicious. You won't regret giving them a try!!

    Recipe #366158

    These are definitely fancy cookies- they'd be great for gifts or Christmas, but they're definitely nice for just at home with a cup of tea. Great for tea lovers! They're really pretty, grainy looking, slightly crunchy cookies with a wonderful taste! The flavour is very unique- almost vanilla-almondy, although neither are part of the recipe. The Earl Grey is just smashing. This is a recipe I adapted from the Martha Stewart Website.

    Recipe #285139

    These cookies are really beautiful and so so scrumptious. They're great over Christmas because they are so pretty and easy to make. They are best served with a cup of tea!!!

    Recipe #159555

    These are really easy to make, and oh so good to eat! It's also healthy, because blueberries are so high in antioxidants. Fresh or frozen blueberries are fine. They're very moist and taste great!

    Recipe #220877

    I used to help my mom make these when I was a kid. They are so good and easy that I continue to make them for the family today. These cinnamon buns are scrumptious and the aroma of them baking is HEAVENLY!!!!

    Recipe #159001

    I adapted this recipe from my "delicious tea scones" one, after making 3 jars of marmalade which failed to set! It was a great way to use up all that marmalade syrup, in a way which didn't end in the garbage bin. Although I haven't tried it, I am sure any good marmalade would do the trick in the place of "liquid marmalade."

    Recipe #276819

    This is a great recipe for all banana lovers. It's really easy, and also very variable. I add chocolate, walnuts, oats, or whatever I have lying around and it always comes out good. But probably the best thing about this muffin is its texture. It's not really stiff like some muffins, but soft and light.

    Recipe #220726

    These cookies are exactly what the title says: really soft and chewy, and with the right variations, chunky too. With the last two and a half cups, you can choose whatever you want, I've just listed what I usually do, but could really do anything you want with these, adding dried fruit, nuts, seeds, smarties... whatever. If you're a purist, you could just do however much of chocolate chips, and add a bit more flour to fill in for the rest. Be creative!

    Recipe #297077

    This is a fabulous cake for children (and adults) of all ages. I made it for my brother's 21st birthday and he loved it. It's easy to make, tastes great, and leftovers store easy (if there are any). It's also so original and unique that it will astonish everyone you serve it to. It's impossible not to be impressed with a cake like this!

    Recipe #367537

    this sorbet is so easy to make and a great treat for a hot summer day! The vodka (or any other type of alcohol) is the secret to a soft sorbet. Alcohol itself does not freeze and adding a little bit keeps the sorbet from doing the same. Vodka is excellent to use because it doesn't affect the taste. You have got to try it!!!!

    Recipe #178521

    it's good, like the cheese. just kidding, actually it's only swiss because the person who gave the recipe to me is swiss. I think. um.. It's really good, obviously. It's not flavoured or anything, but it's healthy, super-duper easy, and tastes great with some granola and chopped fruit or something. Just take my word for it, this recipe's a keeper.

    Recipe #238633

    This is a special Italian dessert that literally means "cooked milk." I heard the name somewhere and looked it up. All that was left to happen was for my curiosity to induce me to make it myself--which didn't take long! It is best served with berries, or a light fruit/liqour sauce. Any assortment of fresh, seasonal fruit may be served with panna cotta, but berries are especially nice. To use other ripe, soft fruits, such as cherries, peaches or apricots, just remove the stones and peels as necessary and cut them into thin slices or bite-size pieces.

    Recipe #219201

    I love Sorbet. It's great for getting rid of any old fruit that needs eating. So you can think of this recipe as a mold. What you need is a base syrup- the water and the sugar, a flavour- blended up fruit, lemon/lime juice, whatever. If you want you can also add a contrasting flavour, in this case, the ginger. You can use your imagination with this one, but as a base, you can't go wrong with mango and ginger- yum!

    Recipe #245986


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