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    This recipe comes from 500 Best Cookies, Bars and Squares cookbook by Esther Brody. These squares remind me of apricot cobbler, but you can eat them with your hands.Enjoy!

    Recipe #311908

    This recipe comes from Joyofbaking.com. I baked this for 50 minutes and waited about five minutes more to remove the bread carefully from the pan and let it cool completley on the cooling rack. If I would've followed the original recipe it might not have been so so moist.

    Recipe #309926

    From Paula Deen Celebrates Cookbook

    Recipe #309522

    These are definitely a must try!

    Recipe #308979

    From Magnolia Bakery's Cookbook

    Recipe #308252

    These are perfect to bake immediately, refrigerate for one to two days or freeze for up to a month. Do a few at a time when you can't resist. Yuuuum! Recipe from Ponder Cove Bed and Breakfast.

    Recipe #308071

    This recipe came from the KitchenAid Great Baking and More cook book, my sister in law gave it to at Christmas, thanks Shannon for this recipe. These cupcakes were easy to make and I love the cappuccino flavor both in the cake and in the coffee cream, with a hint of cinnamon in the fudge sauce these are sure to make someones day, they did mine. I baked mine at 350 F for about 14-15 min. in regular cupcake tins not custard cups like the recipe calls for, and I got about 18 cupcakes.

    Recipe #306793

    I love this cheesecake recipe it's my favorite.The crust is so easy and so good.Just work with the crust a little until it's nice and crumbly, add a tablespoon or more butter if needed. The original recipe calls for 1/4 cup melted butter and I usually add a few extra tablespoons of butter, so I ajusted the recipe, fill free to add more if you think it looks to dry. The crust when done right, is what makes this cheesecake recipe stand out from all the others. I got this recipe from a coworker.

    Recipe #237001


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