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This cake tastes much like a German Chocolate cake and is moister the second day.
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No need to have a heart shaped cake pan to make this easy cake!
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These light confections are so good that you will never buy store bought almond cookies again!

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The delicate flavor of olive oil offers a change from the usual one of butter or margarine used in dishes of this type. Add to this all the savory qualities onions present when sauteed with mild vegetables. The color combination also pleases the eye.
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One cup of papaya provides 70 calories and is a substantial source of vitamins A and C. This drink is cool and refreshing, great after a strenuous workout.
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Homemade fudge is always a favorite!
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This simple dessert makes a colorful, light ending to top off a heavy meal. It is a good way to end a bountiful holiday dinner and is a great favorite in the South for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners.
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Lovely holiday pie.
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These cookies have crispy edges, soft, chewy centers and are perfect for filling the cookie jar for after-school snacks.
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This elegant, yet simple-to-prepare dessert brings together ingredients commonly available in most well-stocked kitchens.
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Foods can be nutritious as well as enjoyable. These easily made crunchy cookies are a case in point.
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These cookies bake crisp and delicious, but watch carefully so they do not burn.
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Hermits, the traditional early American cookie, are a dark, spicy cookie filled with nuts and fruit.
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A buttery rum frosting covers these fine-textured spice bars with a hint of coffee and molasses.
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For those who like a mild chocolate flavor, these brownies are ideal.
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Refreshing and light, this is an excellent punch to serve when fresh strawberries are in season.
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A great cookie that combines chocolate and mint is made with simple dough that has both wheat germ and flour in the batter, making it delicious as well as nutritious.
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This jiffy way to make candy requires no cooking. Just mix the ingredients together with a little butter and orange juice to hold them together.
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Easily made, these old-fashioned cookies have as much appeal as ever. Lemon rind and a hint of nutmeg lend delicious flavor.
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For a novel cake that substitutes graham cracker crumbs for flour, try this pineapple laden cake for your next dessert.
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This is a delicious, whole-wheat sponge cake flavored with coffee and toasted almonds. There is no fat in the cake so it's a light, low calorie dessert.
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Ideal for lunch boxes, this moist apple-filled cake will keep for several days when covered and refrigerated.
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Desserts can supply valuable nutrition and still be delicious. Creamy rice pudding, which costs pennies to make, is a good example.
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For a delicious ending to a meal, serve this luscious dessert warm with a scoop of maple walnut or vanilla ice cream.
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If you dislike making pastry, you will appreciate the simple-to-make crumb crust for this make-ahead, handsome dessert
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As if by magic, this cake creates its own beautiful picture as it bakes.
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An updated version of pumpkin pie
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