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    Oh, I got sooo tired of hunting for chocolate oatmeal cookie recipes. They were all either no-bake, or just regular oatmeal chocolate chip recipes. This one I made up myself :)

    Recipe #514954

    A yummy berry and oatmeal cookie, with just a hint of peach flavor. Fluffy, soft, and the dough balls do not spread too much while baking, so I can fit 16 cookies on my sheet.

    Recipe #514810

    These are perfect mini-coffeecakes. The texture is just like the fluffy store bought cakes :)

    Recipe #513761

    A yummy take on a classic breakfast.

    Recipe #512950

    Recipe #512590

    This recipe is something I made up in hopes to use up some chopped apple danish filling I had made for another recipe, but I somehow screwed up. It's a nice dense bread, sweet, but not too sweet. This will make two 9 inch loafs.

    Recipe #512207

    NOTE- Recipe has been edited as per review's suggestion. Their way sounds a lot better. I still have not had a chance to try it. Looks super yummy, can't wait to try it :)

    Recipe #511232

    The secrets to good challah are simple: Use two coats of egg wash to get that laquer-like crust and don’t overbake it. Joan Nathan, who this recipe is adapted from, adds that three risings always makes for the tastiest loaves, even better if one of them is slowed down in the fridge. For a very cool video that shows all the cool things you can do with challah dough, please see the following video: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=866443860034223

    Recipe #509925

    Recipe makes 8 bread bowls. They have a nice crusty outside which is perfect for soups in the winter. Ready in 2 hours and 15 minutes. Bowls can be frozen for up to 1 month, if desired.

    Recipe #507059

    Saving the recipe here because I like the formatting much better than the original post. I have not yet tried this recipe, but I am making it tonight, so I may be making changes in the near future.

    Recipe #500333

    Recipe #500328

    Another variation of mexican shepards pie, this one has a sweet cornbread topping. All ingredients are listed as "a can of this... a can of that" but you can substitute fresh ingredients if you like :)

    Recipe #489166

    These cookies are heaven! The gooey center will make you melt, and if you can bring yourself to share them, you'll become the talk of the town. This recipe is an original creation, and now officially my favorite cookie ever. The ganache will have to refrigerate overnight, and it's best to let the cookie dough chill overnight as well. The ganache recipe will make 1 cup of filling, but you can make larger batches if desired, it keeps nearly forever in the fridge, and will save a lot of time for future batches of cookies. I have edited the recipe to include 1ts of baking soda in the dough to help with the rise, per the review's suggestion. Yield varies on size of cookie. This recipe isn't fast, but it's worth it!

    Recipe #474781

    These cake-y cookies are delicious! I call them the Sublime Cookies because they were made with "What I Got" (haha, get it?)

    Recipe #473843

    Chocolate cookies with ganeche filling. They're awesome warm! I'm not sure what they're like cooled, they've never lasted that long.

    Recipe #473655

    The dense and creamy texture is more like a confection than a brownie.

    Recipe #469091

    This recipe came from here: http://blogs.seattleweekly.com/voracious/2010/11/how_geeks_get_down_homemade_ch.php Yield is a made up amount... I have no idea how much this recipe makes. (Not on the original recipe, but reading the ingredients of my Cheetos, I noticed they use sour cream as well... No clue how to work that in, but someone with more talent might be able to figure that out.. If you do, please comment and share)

    Recipe #446323

    Oh my, these are sooooooo good! I got this recipe from my boyfriend's mom, and I couldn't believe how easy it is. This will be a kid pleaser, and husband pleaser, and EVERYONE pleaser! The measurements don't have to be exact, so you can just toss it together while working on other dishes. UPDATE: You can save a lot of time by making the orange butter sauce in a separate pan, and boiling the carrots alone. Mix the two just before serving.

    Recipe #444940

    Got the midnight munchies and started digging through the cupboards, this is what I ended up with :)

    Recipe #437315

    Repost fromhttp://www.razzledazzlerecipes.com/ This dish is Oh SO YUMMY! I served it with a wild rice pilaf. Also, I highly recommend marinading overnight, as opposed to only 30 mins.

    Recipe #326772


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