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    this is a frosting i came up with,,, I dont like SWEET icings and most i've tried are just that. it you like sweeter you can always use semi sweet chocolate instead of dark, and or add more sugar. you get between 4-6 cups of frosting, ive never measured. as a side note I take the left over frosting and fold some whipped topping into,, makes a good mousse.

    Recipe #341940

    Not traditional, but very tasty. Found in a mag, but I have since changed it. Made too many times to count. Everybody always loves it and asks for the recipe. The original recipe called for two 11 oz pound cakes, but I just get two pound cakes from the grocery store bakery. I always have leftover pound cake, depends on how thick you want your slices. It's always better to have more than having to run to the store in the middle of your recipe. if your cheese mixture seems a little thick, just add more cream to it. Chilling time not included in prep time.

    Recipe #297302

    1 Reviews |  By jamiej

    I found this recipe in the taste of homes. I did not change it at all as it was perfect as is.

    Recipe #267923

    From throw down with bobby flay. made it before great recipe. lost it and just found it again. putting it on here for safe keeping. I get less dumplings then recipe says but I fill it more. I also use square wonton wrappers.

    Recipe #450874

    this has been in my family for years.great for potluck

    Recipe #330797

    1 Reviews |  By jamiej

    found this in a taste of homes, looks good, seems easy havent tried it but want to.

    Recipe #294531

    thick and creamy chowder using imitation crabmeat,,, though you want to get a good quality.(I fisrt tried it with a can of corn, though hubby didnt like it so much) if you want it thinner add more cream or extra clam juice. this is still a work in progress,,, still tweeking.

    Recipe #339606

    This is a dense chocolate cake with coffee spiked creme anglaise. I found the recipe on in '04 and have made it quite often, when I do everyone loves it. the anglaise just gives it that extra special touch.

    Recipe #268278

    came up with this recipe when I was 10. its very moist, love the flavor combo.

    Recipe #330824

    I found this in a recipe book, I have since changed it slightly.

    Recipe #267918

    so after looking thru all the recipes for corn casserol and not seeing the version I have, thought I would share. found this in a TOH cookbook. Made it for my SIL baby shower and a Halo party and parents anniversary, I never have any left over.the original recipe called for 4 oz of sour cream, and the 4 oz to serve with it. we forgot and added the whole 8oz, but thought it tasted great so thats this recipe : )

    Recipe #330786

    4 Reviews |  By jamiej

    This is a very rich cake, but using a mix makes it that much easier. Everyone loves it when I make it.

    Recipe #269042

    This is very rich, if you like chocolate. I found this recipe as a chocolate truffle cheesecake in Taste of Home, however I've changed it into an Oreo cheesecake. I hope you enjoy. You will use a whole package of Oreos, so no snacking : )

    Recipe #271401

    7 Reviews |  By jamiej

    my dad is diabetic an I've seen there inst a lot of recipes that are really "safe" for diabetics. as they shouldn't have flour or things high in carbs. Also I go the natural way with stevia or xylitol. for this I use stevioside which is stronger then regular stevia (they didn't have stevioside as an option) so if you are using regular stevia you may want increase it,,, but do it by taste. I always make two cheesecakes at a time for him so he can freeze one and he always has something on hand to eat. I'm also including two variations,,,, personally I like the key lime version better,,, but you decide.

    Recipe #287101

    here is another I make for my dad who is diabetic. again I use stevioside which is stronger then regular stevia.

    Recipe #287104

    4 Reviews |  By jamiej

    this is another recipe I found on by Kathy. sounds good.

    Recipe #270702

    I don't remember where I found this recipe. It's a very interesting but moist cake. I think it's fine on its own without frosting. It calls for a large bundt pan, I have a 10 cup so I cut the recipe when I make it, but I'm posting it as it was written. Since I use a smaller pan, it takes about 55 minutes for mine to bake. I also leave out the nuts. It reminds me of a big brownie. I've made it several times and everyone loves it. I use the candy bars by the checkout counter, they should be 1.5 oz and you need 8 of them. They also sell them in a pack--I think they comes 8 to a pack.

    Recipe #295707

    11 Reviews |  By jamiej

    found this recipe on Laura, sounds good. I'm going to be starting one so I need variations.

    Recipe #270713

    1 Reviews |  By jamiej

    My version is more of a thicker soup, but you can always add more juice. Found the recipe years ago and did some tweeking.

    Recipe #330830

    my grandmother use to make these all the time I looked but couldnt find the exact recipe on here so I thought I would post it.* update just made these today,,, and I used about 4 1/2 cups of flour, baked at 350 for about 9 min,,,( they are perfect when they just start to brown,,, )(also the thinner the crunchier they are yummm. ) you get about 50 plus cookies depending on how thin and how big your cookie cutters are. just like I remember them,,, but they were surprisingly easy to make.

    Recipe #267569

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