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Sex in a Pan

Sex in a Pan by Micheline

This rich, sweet, sinful, delicious dessert is not called "Sex in a pan" for nothing. You decide. LOL Great for any occasion. One of my favourite desserts. Yummy!

118 votes
128770 views
Mon Gateau Au Chocolat

Mon Gateau Au Chocolat by Ali El Safy

An absolutely wonderful cake; most traditionally served without icing. If you're including kids, might want to add your favorite, but I love it the "old school" way!

31 votes
50400 views
Irish Chocolate Stout Cake

Irish Chocolate Stout Cake by Nancy Miyasaki

I am a lifelong chocoholic and love many types of chocolate cake. Very few have impressed me as much as this chocolate stout cake orignially from the Barrington Brewery in Great Barrington, Mass. The dark stout beer (I use Guiness) gives this cake an intense, not-too-sweet flavor. And it is enough to feed an army!

14 votes
31021 views
Oreo Cookie Cupcakes

Oreo Cookie Cupcakes by Margarita Wyld

Super sweet and highly recommended from kids of all ages, these oreo cookie cupcakes have double dose of cookies in both the cupcakes and the frosting! A vanilla cupcake mixed with oreo cookie crumbs and a sweet old-fashioned frosting with oreo cookie crumbs mixed into it.

21 votes
33060 views
Chocolate Chiffon Cake

Chocolate Chiffon Cake by Robyn Savoie

Chocolate chiffon cake is a light and spongy cake. Goes well with a heavy chocolate ganaché coating.

1 vote
17645 views
Everything Goes Oatmeal Coookies

Everything Goes Oatmeal Coookies by J. Gino Genovesi

This is an original recipe. I was making them, years ago, because my children wanted a "loaded" oatmeal cookie that was good, soft and plump. Now my grand children like them and I thought I would pass it on so others can enjoy them. They are easy to prepare and delicious. Chef J. Gino Genovesi

5 votes
15126 views
Irish Apple Cake with Whisky Cream

Irish Apple Cake with Whisky Cream by Nancy Miyasaki

Most Irish have a sweet tooth, and this tasty dessert will satisfy it. Legendary Irish cook Myrtle Allen says "Homemade Apple Cakes are the most popular sweet in Ireland." Try this one and you will understand why!

10 votes
20799 views
Banana Split Cake

Banana Split Cake by Glenn

Tasty desert reminiscent of a banana split but much easier to serve.

1 vote
8322 views
Never Fail Chocolate Cake

Never Fail Chocolate Cake by Glenn

One of the easiest, and moistest chocolate cakes you will ever bake. My grandmother, Eva Koehler, called it her "never fail" recipe. It is nearly impossible to screw up. She always topped it with peanut butter icing (which is simply a white icing with peanut butter mixed in to taste).

2 votes
7471 views
Italian Red Wine Cookies

Italian Red Wine Cookies by Evelyn Scott

These are so quick and easy you can bake them anytime, and people will think you spent all day just baking for them !!

3 votes
5416 views
Chocolate Dream Cookies

Chocolate Dream Cookies by Robyn Savoie

These easily made cookies are soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside.

2 votes
5843 views
Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Brownie Cupcakes

Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Brownie Cupcakes by Margarita Wyld

A decadent brownie cupcake with a Reese's Peanut Butter cup baked inside!

7 votes
23350 views
Incredible Chocolate Chip Cookies

Incredible Chocolate Chip Cookies by J. Gino Genovesi

We all know there are many recipes for chocolate chip cookies, with many things added to them. But for a soft, plump, cookie this one is the best I think. I have tried different chocolate chips recipes, but I was not happy with a flat, thin cookie.. Enjoy!

2 votes
8043 views
Tiramisu Brownie Cake

Tiramisu Brownie Cake by Robyn Savoie

A great make ahead option to prepare a dessert in advance. It’s a divine combination of a chewy, fudgy, brownie and an authentic Italian tiramisu. This is both easy and complicated. The brownie layer is the easy part because it uses things that you already have on hand. While the tiramisu with its mascarpone, espresso and…

1 vote
7598 views
Basic Easy Pie Crust

Basic Easy Pie Crust by Glenn

For my grandmother, Eva Koehler, this was what passed for "easy." For me, easy means opening the box and removing the sleeve, cutting the end and removing the roll of pie dough then un-rolling the dough and placing it in a greased 9" pan. Translations have been made where appropriate. This is one of a very few recipes in her book…

1 vote
3541 views