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A rich, fine-textured cheesecake topped with a shimmering glaze of strawberries. Rose’s recipe...
A miniature version of cheesecake but so easy to make.
This dreamy confection was invented by Mrs. Howard to show off three of Vermont’s most famous...
There is no more elegant or dramatic finale to a meal than a flaming dessert done right at the...
This mouthwatering pie bursting with berries comes from one of our newest cookbooks, Cooking Fresh...
Easy to make and wonderfully versatile. Try it with any type of fruit pie filling or with fresh or...
This light, moist cake is great for church suppers or when friends drop in for tea.
Dutch ovens are terrific for cooking outdoors. Some enthusiasts claim food tastes better when...
Winner of Yankee’s December 2005 Cookie Contest.
Dried cherries and toffee bits work wonderfully together in a bar cookie that also features toasted...
From the Riverbend Inn, Chocorua, NH.
Similar to a traditional pecan pie, but much lighter and not as sweet. Under the pecans, the...
This recipe was a 1959 contribution by a reader named Mrs. Pauline McConnell, who wrote, “I wish...
They have the added advantage of being very nourishing.
These keep for several days in an airtight container. You can make the dough in advance and freeze...
Dolce Torinese is the Italian name for this divine dessert, which is rich but light, and not too ...
A fantastic dessert that you’ll want to learn to do well – and serve at formal dinner parties.
So easy a child can make them.
Grandma Goldcart’s famous … we could not possibly have Thanksgiving Day without… CHOCOLATE MOUSSE...
The Bombdiggity!!!
This delightful, buttery, crunchy candy has a lovely thin chocolate covering and is as good as any...
A spectacular dessert that is almost too pretty to eat. But you will succumb… happily. –The Inn at...
You’ll be tempted to eat two slices.
Probably addictive. The owner of the little bakeshop who gave us this recipe ate it for breakfast
Very rich and buttery. These cookies do not freeze well.
This nutty cashew cookie is topped with a chocolate candy. Look for cashew butter at your local...
Chocolate lovers will call this intense - and it may be rated as your number one favorite. –The...
Why “Chess” Pie? As one story goes, a Southern gentleman came home one evening and asked his wife,...
Clarice Perkins’s light chiffon cake offers a less rich alternative for the Cakewalk prize table....
You can call these muffins, or you can call them cupcakes. Whatever you call them, serve them warm...
From the West Hill House B&B, Warren, VT
Quick, relatively easy to prepare, and great for kids. For variety, try substituting M&Ms for...
The classic chocolate chip bar cookie, this is easy to make and very good.
Hello from Australia. This recipe is a quick and easy slice that we make to have with coffee or as...
As with meringues, creating a foam for a souffle requires a very clean bowl and whisk, with not a...
This recipe won second place in the Coffee Recipe Contest featured in The 2011 Old Farmer's Almanac...
For chocolate aficionados, this is a wonderful way to get more.
We really enjoyed this loaf cake, which is lighter than most pound cakes. It is heavenly served...
These rich chocolaty treats come courtesy of Joanne Chang, chef/owner of Flour Bakery & Café in...
Stays moist until the last crumb is consumed, which doesn’t usually take very long.
So easy, and so good. Make the dessert the day before serving, so it has time to chill.
A cool, mildly chocolate-flavored pie enlivened by the liqueur. It can be served chilled or frozen...

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