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"Mys sister brought this to my parents house over Thanksgiving weekend. At first I thought what a funny looking cake but it is actually more like a bar cookie. A very very moist melt in your mouth bar cookie. If you like cream cheese baked goods then you'll probably love this too. *My 12 year-old made this recipe by herself with a little guida..."
Dec 9, 2008 on Food.com
"Didn't realize I had never rated this recipe as I started making it in May 2003. We usually make these when we have breakfast for dinner. They are very easy to put together though we like ours a little sweeter so I add a rounded 1/4 cup of sugar to the batter. I wouldn't say that these are light and fluffy pancakes but the nice stick to your ri..."
Sep 19, 2007 on Food.com
"Made this for a gathering last weekend with friends. My friends husband makes very good baked beans himself so I was a bit unsure about making my own. He told me twice how much he liked the beans (the rest of us did too but his compliment was huge. I used Bush's country style baked beans. Didn't have enough brown sugar so I used a bit of hone..."
Jun 24, 2007 on Food.com
"Wow, this was a wonderful moist peanut buttery cake! I was a little concerned that the cake would turn out greasy with all the butter and peanut butter, but fear not, it is was just luscious and melts in your mouth. The frosting was not of pourable consistency (more like frosting, but, when placed on the hot cake it was easy to move around and fr..."
Nov 9, 2006 on Food.com
"Lovely buttery pound cake with a dense texture. I think the buttermilk makes a big difference to the texture as compared to those pound cakes made with milk. I've made this recipe 3 times with the last cake being shared by coaches, refs, college scouts, etc. at a school sponsored basketball tournament at my daughter's high school - many compliment..."
Jan 7, 2005 on Food.com
"Made this savory side dish for Christmas dinner. I had previously tried a similiar recipe my sister brought with her while visiting at Thanksgiving but it was almost like cornbread. I can say that this one is not like cornbread, and is much lighter and flavorful with a little bite from the dash or two of cayenne pepper. I did not add the choppe..."
Jan 6, 2005 on Food.com
"Made these for the hospitality room at my daughter's high school basketball tournament. I had requests for the recipe after the first two women tasted the cookies. I don't care for quick cooking oatmeal when making cookies but it was all I had on hand, and it worked great. The one comment made was this was a nice change from the traditional cho..."
Jan 4, 2005 on Food.com
"Now this is what I call an apple cake! The batter is wrapped around tons of apple chunks. I used 3 large apples which yielded more than 3 cups of apple chunks (I recommend using chunks not slices because it makes it easier to stir. I doubled the cinnamon in the batter to increase the cinnamon flavor. At first I thought the topping was going t..."
Feb 20, 2004 on Food.com
"This was the perfect pie to make with my farmer's market apples! Not only was this pie easy to make but it tastes wonderful too. I love the graham cracker crust/apple cinnamon/crunchy topping combination. I made my own graham cracker crust which I baked for 5 minutes (I wasn't sure what was meant by prepared crust - baked or not?. The only ad..."
Feb 20, 2004 on Food.com
"If you love caramel this is a caramel lover's dream! I actually use 3 cans of sweetened condensed milk for a full 9-inch pie and top it off with homemade whipped cream. I have been told on many occasions that it is dangerous to boil the cans (make sure they are always covered with water. So, I tried to duplicate the caramel filling using Eagle..."
Dec 31, 2003 on Food.com