Category Archives: DESSERTS

One of my blog readers wondered if I had a similar recipe to Chili’s white chocolate molten cake. I did find 2 different recipes for you to try. One is a very easy version, and the 2Nd a little more complicated. You can use white Chocolate or Milk Chocolate for the Cake recipe. I think […]

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click for a larger picture Look at this adorable creature! My daughter (Shannon) brought this home from work (Robert’s Crafts) yesterday. One of the sweet employees (Heidi) made these for each of them After looking it over, we decided that she used this cookie A Mallomar that was piped with sweet frosting, topped with sprinkles. […]

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Here is another great recipe from my Taste of Home Magazine. The crust or shell is made with store bought Ginger snaps. You place the ice cream and candy bar mixture in a bowl, to make the bombe shape, then freeze it until it’s firm. Once firm, you can invert it onto a nice platter, […]

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Most Grasshopper pie recipes, use a fluffy mint filling in the center of the pie. This recipe, however, uses instant chocolate pudding mixed with whipped topping, and Andes Mints for the center of a chocolate crumb crusted pie. It is then topped with a lightly flavored green mint topping. If you like Andes Mints, this […]

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These are delicious, and the recipe sounds is simple. It comes from Taste of Home. I think they would be teriffic for Valentines Day, coming up soon. The recipe calls for Milk Chocolate, but I think if you are a Dark Chocolate lover, you could also use a darker Chocolate as well. It is better […]

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We seem to devour a lot of popcorn around this house. My favorite popcorn, is cheese corn. The trick is to sprinkle Kraft Macaroni & cheese powder over the top of a hot bowl of popcorn. They used to sell it in blue cans, similar to Parmesan cheese. I hope they haven’t discontinued this, because […]

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I bought a fabulous new Cookbook the other day, called: GREAT COOKIES by Carole Walter. This book is packed with more than 200 delectable recipes, and over 150 tantalizing photographs! It was worth the $35.00 hard back price. It’s about 3″ thick! I debated for at least an hour, whether or not to pay that […]

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This is soooooo yummy! This cake recipe comes from the Cooking Light Magazine. I think that’s quite amazing, considering it’s crunchy topping looks so delicious & fattening. I love the flavor of dates & coconut together, so this has got to be a hit. We can all try it together. UPDATE: IT’S DELICIOUS! Ingredients Cake: […]

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While taking my daughter home today, she mentioned that she was going to make a scrumptious blueberry dessert. It sounded so good, that I had to go home and make it myself. I made the Cherry version with big chunks of Walnuts. My daughter likes blueberry filling with Almonds. Either way, it’s delicious, and so […]

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This is an elegant, simple to make pastry. You can use any jam you would like. They look like you spent hours creating them, but you can roll them in a snap. They are scrumptious! YOU WILL NEED: 2 sticks (8 ounces) unsalted butter, at room temperature  One 8-ounce package cream cheese, at room temperature […]

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Here is a pretty little tart idea from Pillsbury. I think they would be very easy to make, using prepared pie crust and Jello pudding. I plan to make these soon. Blueberries or huckelberries on the top, would also be delicious. They are quite pretty….don’t you think! INGREDIENTS : Crust   3 Pillsbury refrigerated pie […]

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Here’s a quick, delicious dessert idea, from food Network, when you are running short on time, but want something that looks like it took hours to prepare. I tried these puff pastry knots, and they are flaky & fantastic. You can use any jam or jelly that you have on hand. Raspberry is also delicious. […]

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