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Great on cake or ice cream.

We have had fun with these at kid's birthday parties.

I bake this cake in a tube pan, well greased. It is pretty, moist and delicious - also, lasts good for quite a few days.

My husband's grandmother had this recipe in her collection.

We enjoy dates and Rice Krispies, so this is a winner.

This pie is rich, so cut the pieces small. But it is delish!

The silly name alone, brings a smile.

For when you need an angelic frosting for a cake.

Our sons used this recipe when they were in Scouts.

Everybody has a recipe for dump cake but this truly easy. It's served like apple or peach cobbler.

This is delicious over either ice cream, cake or brownies.

....Pies. I had not spent a birthday with my son in 10 years or ever seen his first child except in pictures. Colorado to Florida is a long ways. He came to visit my parents and me on his 28th birthday with 3 year old Gwyneth. It was also Mother's Day that year. Only request he made was for Maine ...

This requires a 12 cup bundt pan. My sisters have a large variety of recipes for pound cake. Which one prepared at any particular time depended upon many things like: "Who's going to taste it? How much time do I have? Do I have enough stuff for a "big one" or "little one"?


Just made two batches of fried apples. Half of them I already gave away, and everyone loves them.

Only three ingredients, and it makes a wonderful, healthier frozen dessert.

This is a tasty fruit dip...but has calories. Every now and then we can't resist.


I will make this now and freeze it for Thanksgiving. It helps to have one thing done already towards a big meal.

This pie was taken to show love and respect to any home that had lost a loved one -- thus the name. I often make it with a layer of raw apples on the bottom crust.

Made from scratch and so worth the effort.

Excellent for freezing or serving when baked.

Chocolate Lovers really like this-as do my 5 grandkids!

I never could resist a gingersnap cookie.

These "ball" shaped cookies could only be bought in bakeries in the 1950's. My friends family owned a bakery and he kindly gave me the recipe.

Perfect for a circle meeting, the UMM meetings or a pot luck.

This may be frozen in individual pieces for future meal time desserts.

This recipe was passed to me from my Mom. This was a family favorite at the holidays!

Granny is now 92 and makes these when the whole family gathers. I also make them with walnuts.

It is a little work, but tastes so much better out of the oven rather than out of the box.

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