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    This is my variation of the "Fantasy Fudge" recipe found on the lable of Kraft Marshmallow Creme. I find that using powdered sugar and cocao makes a nice change from baker's chocolate.

    Recipe #406311

    A tasty and different fruit pie. I made it with Splenda. The sugar measurements I list were those I used for granulated Splenda, and although the two are supposed to work on a one-for-one conversion, I find that this is not always the case. This recipe filled up a 9.5 pie crust. I recommend using smaller, tarter grapes, as this pie is rather sweet. You may want to play with the amount of sugar if you want a tarter pie. Also, I used the larger and softer grapes for the blended mixture and kept the small, firm ones whole.

    Recipe #495391

    A nice little twist on the classic fudge recipe. If it tastes too "alcoholly" you can always add the schnapps before you remove from heat so you can cook off some of the alcohol.

    Recipe #406400

    This is one of my most popular recipes. Very few people even suspect that I don't make it from scratch. I usually double-up on everything.

    Recipe #406389

    Cranberry sauce recipes range from the very simple (cranberries, water, and sugar) to the relatively complex. This is my personal compromise. It's only slightly more complicated to make than the most basic recipe, but it has enough extra in it to make it a bit more interesting.

    Recipe #401900

    I adapted this from a recipe I saw on Everyday Italian. My local WinCo carries "Tri-Color" or "Rainbow" couscous, which I like for the aesthetics. For fruit, any dried fruit will do, but I like to use a combination of dried cherries, cranberries, blueberries, apples, and apricots. The flavors work really well together, and--again--the aesthetics are very pleasing. With smaller fruits like blueberries and cranberries, you can leave them whole. This recipe tastes great--but uniquely different--both warm and cold.

    Recipe #409048


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