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Tangerine Butter Cookies

Tangerine Butter Cookies by Robyn Savoie

These are light and crispy cookies packed full of citrus flavor. Great served with your morning coffee or tea. Also great dipped in milk.

1 vote
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Peach Cobbler

Peach Cobbler by maribeth carson

This is a great old fashioned cobbler recipe defiantly worth the extra effort. My family enjoys this in their own unique ways. My hubby enjoys his cold with a sprinkle of sugar while I only like it hot with a sprinkle of sugar and dash of milk. My kids will eat it hot or cold with more than a sprinkle of sugar and dash of milk. I have…

3 votes
4462 views
Upside-Down Caramel Apple Pie

Upside-Down Caramel Apple Pie by Robyn Savoie

If there's pineapple upside-down cake, why not pie? Fall is here and why not use apples instead of pineapple? On the internet there's a few listings for this pie. Hardly any complaints except for baking to long or it sticking to the pie plate. We know the tricks to prevent the sticking. Use non-stick cooking spray,…

2 votes
6102 views
Calypso Blondies

Calypso Blondies by Adam Janowski

I so love blondies! Blondies are basically brownies without the cocoa and contain brown sugar instead of white sugar. Brownies seem so “old hat” these days. Few people make them from scratch and you see them everywhere from PTA meetings to school bake sales to church bazaars. Blondies are not seen as often and are really easy to make.…

1 vote
10954 views
Lemon Ice Box Pie

Lemon Ice Box Pie by Beth Roan

Creamy lemon pie

1 vote
7088 views
Chef Gino's Peanut Blossom Cookies

Chef Gino's Peanut Blossom Cookies by J. Gino Genovesi

Peanut Blossoms were developed by Freda Smith from Gibsonburg, Pa. in a National Pillsbury Bake-Offf competition in 1949. In 1957 she entered the recipe in another competition, however, her recipe did not clinch the grand prize. Pillsbury established a Bake-Off Hall of Fame. They later designed a cookbook , and her recipe was…

2 votes
3763 views
Walnut Cake

Walnut Cake by Marlin Rinehart

This cake is full of walnuts and is enhanced with the delicate flavor of cognac or brandy. It’s similar to a pound cake but lighter in texture. It bakes slowly in a cool oven and is perfect for nibbling with a cup of hot tea or coffee. I've been baking this cake for nearly 40 years.

4 votes
2651 views
Easy Strawberry Jam Filled Cookies

Easy Strawberry Jam Filled Cookies by Syi

This recipe has cream cheese in the dough. Makes the dough smooth and rich tasting. I like making these with raspberry & blackberry jam as well.

1 vote
3748 views
Aunt Birdie’s Easy Sour Cream Coffee Cake (Two Versions)

Aunt Birdie’s Easy Sour Cream Coffee Cake (Two Versions) by Salad Foodie

This recipe brings fond memories of a favorite aunt who was a terrific cook. (My cousin and I used to say the only thing we wanted when Aunt Birdie passed away was her recipe box!) The recipe works equally well as a Bundt cake or as a 9" x 13" cake. This is the only sour cream coffee cake recipe I’ve ever seen that starts with a…

1 vote
5909 views
Raw Vegan Chocolate Fruit Balls

Raw Vegan Chocolate Fruit Balls by The Blender Girl

My mom and I make these raw fruit balls all the time and they are absolutely delicious. We use raw almonds, cashews and macadamias as our nutty blend. But you could use any nuts that tickle your festive fancy. Just know that each nut mix will yield a treat of a different personality. Roll out these vegan treats. They make great…

2 votes
4835 views
MELTING SNOW fruit sugar cookie

MELTING SNOW fruit sugar cookie by Ben

Using Ben's Sugar cookies frost with cream cheese snow. Decorate with fresh fruit and glaze

1 vote
2621 views
Spiced Pineapple Upside-Down Cake

Spiced Pineapple Upside-Down Cake by Robyn Savoie

I prefer to bake this delicious cake in my 12-inch cast iron skillet. Then flip it out onto a large serving platter.

1 vote
3677 views
Rhubarb Crumble (crunch, crisp or whatever!)

Rhubarb Crumble (crunch, crisp or whatever!) by Salad Foodie

An old-fashioned dessert that has endless appeal. Whether you call it a crumble, crunch or a crisp - it is delish! Pair it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream and praise will abound. This is my tweaked version of several from the Internet. There are all so many out there, but I think you‘ll like the ease of making…

1 vote
737 views
apple-maple upside-down cake

apple-maple upside-down cake by karenrecipe

This maple flavored apple cinnamon cake recipe is the perfect fall and winter dessert. It’s topped with dried cranberries for extra flavor.You can enjoy it and feel the real taste.

1 vote
4695 views
Sinful Saltines

Sinful Saltines by Andra Kiser

Saltine Crackers at their finest...sweet, salty, crunchy and gooey. Wow!

2 votes
5835 views