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I loved the carrot souffle at the old Piccadilly Cafeteria and this recipe tastes just like theirs. Carrot Souffle can be served hot as a side dish or cold with a dollop of whipped cream for dessert. Recipe serves 10.

Since we have so many nice fruits in Florida; I like to switch fruits each time I make it.

That's right. A cheesecake with no cheese.

This is a simple recipe, but makes a nice dessert.

We enjoy cherries in a dessert.

Peanut butter makes everything better!

This sounds a bit unusual, but we really don't notice a strong beet flavor.

Surprise ingredient cuts back on the fat calories.

My sister's favorite!

A homemade version of chocolate chip cookie cake--never again will you need to order from a bakery! I made this once for my husband to bring to a friend's birthday party. Most of the guys who attended were body builders and personal trainers who didn't really eat dessert--but they ate this up!!

We don't make fudge often, but this is a winner with us.

My mother made this when she had company.

We love any dessert with chocolate and peanut butter.

This recipe makes a lot of cookies!

I have had a lot of fun through the years making this house. It is especially fun with children.

Got strudel? You've got to have it warm with whipped cream!

These are a delightful little cookie.

This is a family recipe that we've used for years. They're so moist and delicious you won't be able to stop eating them! They'll be good for a few days, but right out of the oven they're absolutely marvelous! If you like chocolate, try drizzling melted chocolate chips on top of them.

This is a silky, creamy dessert.

Popular on a devil's food cake but has to be refrigerated.

My German grandmother made this pie quite frequently. Then my mother made the pie and now I make it. It is different, tasty and healthy.

My mother's sister lived in Warren, Ohio. When we would drive there from Somerset, PA, we always knew this would be waiting for us when we arrived!

No need to use oven with this recipe.

A fun holiday spin on classic cherry pie, with a pretty lattice style top crust.

This has several steps, but the result is so worth it!

This really does turn out creamy if you put the 9x12 dish in another dish (15 inches long) and put in cold water (up about 1 inch or so).

This is a little different twist to a pecan pie.

Very pleasant taste to this pumpkin pie. And you don't have to bake it.

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