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    I was looking for something special, and different, to make for Easter dessert and found this Martha Stewart recipe. Everyone just loved this cake, including my 3 1/2 year old grandson. It is time-consuming to make, but worth it. A wonderful rich-tasting cake with a light sponge cake,strawberry mousse filling, and white chocolate. I used the white morsels in the store because I couldn't find the white chocolate and used Kittencals pan release instead of parchment paper Recipe #78579. I also used cake flour substitute Recipe #87689. I made the cake with the mousse and put it in the refrigerator overnight and frosted it the next morning and refrigerated for a few hours before cutting. I put sliced almonds on the sides after frosting. The next time I think I'll try frosting 1/2 of the cake with white chocolate ganache and the other 1/2 with chocolate ganache. If you want something special and you like white chocolate and strawberry mousse, this is for you. Here's the link:

    Recipe #366284

    I found this recipe in a magazine almost 35 years ago and have been using it ever since. This is a sweet dough that is easy to make and very soft, but, it can be formed into different shapes on the board with sufficient flour (I always have made crescents). You can use all purpose flour or bread flour (the original recipe called for unbleached flour, I use all purpose). I have tried butter and shortening in making these rolls and my family and I love both. The butter makes richer rolls, while shortening makes fluffier rolls. They can be made weeks ahead and frozen. Hope you try them.

    Recipe #328920

    I have made every kind of Peanut Butter fudge there is but here is a simple, but tasty, recipe that my family and I really enjoy. I found this recipe on the internet several years ago when I was craving some peanut butter fudge and only had the basic ingredients. You may want to use a candy thermometer, but I just boil the mixture for about 9 or 10 min. and drop a little of the mixture in a cup of cold water until there is a soft ball and it always has come out good for me. I also use butter instead of margarine and if I don't have milk I use Evaporated milk. I also use Peter Pan Peanut Butter--a family favorite. The recipe states if you want Chocolate Fudge to "add One Heaping Teaspoon of cocoa to the top four ingredients before cooking." I haven't tried the chocolate fudge version yet.

    Recipe #325315

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