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    I found this recipe on kraftfoods, looks good! It's got many great reviews.

    Recipe #312278

    This recipe was given to me by my mother. Be aware that this is only for those that have a BIG sweet tooth! Don't say I didn't warn ya! Also, I'm having to translate the recipe from french to english so, I apologize in advance if there should be any typos. Please read the recipe in it's entirety before attempting to make since the marshmallows in the cake section doesn't get baked and the white powdered sugar in the fudge section gets added after the mixture has cooled a little. I don't make this recipe often since my husand is a chocolate man and he won't eat anything else but chocolate desserts! The man doesn't know what he's missing out on!! *LOL* This is a very sweet buttery dessert.

    Recipe #302422

    This is yet another recipe that my husband enjoys. You can add vegetables if you'd like (peas, portabella mushrooms, etc.). Also, the sauce may need doubling so be sure you have extra on hand just in case it's not to your liking. We always double our sauce!

    Recipe #302420

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com I found this recipe a while back but cannot remember from where. It included the french bread part but I cannot get my hands on it? but for now, here's the Cinnamon Sauce and Cream Cheese icing. Just put on top of your favorite french toast recipe or pancakes. It'll be good for approximately 8 french toast pieces. It's really delicious!

    Recipe #277522

    I found this recipe on the americastestkitchen.com website and don't want to lose it so, I'm posting it. I haven't tried it but I do intend to. SPECIAL NOTE: Be sure to use light cream cheese, which is commonly sold in tubs. Don’t confuse light cream cheese with Neufchatel cheese, which is sold in blocks and is higher in fat. Allowing the cottage cheese to drain on towels for at least 30 minutes will ensure a firm cheesecake. You can buy yogurt cheese (also called Labne) or make your own, (see related recipe). If making your own cheese, you will need to allow at least 12 hours for the yogurt to drain. You can substitute fat free cream cheese for the yogurt cheese, but the cheesecake will have a slightly firmer texture. This recipe was published in The Best Light Recipe.

    Recipe #274836

    I found this recipe in the Hershey's Classic Recipes cookbook that I purchased a couple of years ago. This chocolate pudding cake is great with homemade whip cream or ice cream. It's easy to make and will sure to please everyone in your family.

    Recipe #274209

    I found this recipe on kraftfoods which is one of my husband's favorite!

    Recipe #273180

    I cannot remember where I found this recipe 10 years ago (possibly "Lundi" weekly publication in Quebec Canada). My mother worked in a "cantine" at the time and it's now one of their "featured" dishes. I personally love the taste (slightly sweet) and the rice makes the dish, a must! It's one of my favorite and the sauce can actually be used on Pork Chops as well.

    Recipe #272784

    My husband's grandmother who passed away a long time ago use to make this butterscotch pie. This was a HUGE tradition in their family and I hope to continue this tradition for the Holidays for them. Perfect Practice makes Perfect! It can be a little tricky to get the right texture/thickness of your liking. I've undercooked (runny!) and I've overcooked (wayyyyyyy tooooo thick!). I haven't really "timed" how long I cook the mixture to be honest, I just now go by how thick it's feels and looks when I'm stirring it. Good luck and let me know your results??!?? Warning: it does take some time to cook! A good butterscoth pie can be time consuming :-). Enjoy!!

    Recipe #272378


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