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    This is my mother's appetizer that I upgraded to match my tastes. It is a very fast and easy recipe that will always be polished off at parties. It is best served warm so keep it covered, even better covered with warmed cloth napkins. This recipe does not do well reheated as it dries out in the oven or gets mushy in the micro. Please use "bacon bits" or the cheap version. Real bacon lacks the salty crunchy flavor that the bacon bits have. I have tried all the versions of brand name and non for the ingredients and really it doesn't matter so this can be a cheap appetizer if you need it. (don't try black pepper or chili powder, it does doesn't work!)

    Recipe #412281

    Yes--the name is spelled correctly. This is a sweet and spicy dish that when performed correctly will have you licking the bowl when finished. This is the dish I refer to in my profile about not getting correct and being oh so frustrated--by jove I think I got it!

    Recipe #274769

    My friend Tracey made this dish for a church function and I fell right in love with it. I have made a few changes since I don't like liquidy stews but I will leave that option up to you. It is warming, filling, and good for raising your HDL levels...if you leave out the bacon. Kids will love it!

    Recipe #253648

    changed a bit from hungry girl website and could not find a low cal version here. For a truly authentic tiramisu, add one ounce of rum to the espresso or coffee. Just don’t forget to add about 60 calories to the nutritionals. this is so tasty and perfect for V-day :)

    Recipe #242497


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