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How to Bake Marshmallow Squares
Dec20

How to Bake Marshmallow Squares

Marshmallow Squares are a tasty dessert I love to make & enjoy around the Holiday Season. These pretty squares have a lovely texture & flavor, with a marshmallow layer like a cloud. Believe me, they’ll disappear quickly! Perfect for Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter, baby & wedding showers. Try making green ones for St. Patrick’s Day. 😉 How to Bake Christmas Marshmallow Squares: This recipe yields about...

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How to Bake Coconut Brownies with Cream Cheese Icing
Dec20

How to Bake Coconut Brownies with Cream Cheese Icing

I don’t think I know anyone who does not like brownies, especially this recipe for Coconut Brownies with Cream Cheese Icing! It is just super delicious and everyone asks for more…and a few more. 😉 These goodies with their zebra striped deliciousness are a great treat anytime, but look especially wonderful on a Christmas dessert tray, or for a sweetheart for Valentine’s. How to Bake Coconut Brownies with Cream Cheese...

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How to Bake Christmas Raspberry Squares: Kimberly’s Favorite
Dec17

How to Bake Christmas Raspberry Squares: Kimberly’s Favorite

Since Kimberly, my daughter, was a small child, she has gravitated towards these Raspberry Squares, and they are clearly her very favorite Christmas treat. Everyone has their own particular favorite Holiday goodie, and so, I have a list of “to bake” items to fulfill each person’s desires for their chosen cookie, bar, squares, cake or candy. It’s wonderful to see their eyes light up as they see I haven’t...

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How to Bake Homemade Baklava: National Baklava Day
Nov17

How to Bake Homemade Baklava: National Baklava Day

National Baklava Day can be so much more amazing with this Homemade Baklava. Baklava is made using phyllo sheets, which are paper-thin pastry used in much of the Middle East & Greece. The ingredients for this most delectable pastry are quite simple, using just flour & water, but it takes some skill to mix, knead & stretch this pastry to obtain that almost see-through result. Tips for Using Phyllo Dough: The store bought...

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How to Make Peanut Butter Fudge: National Peanut Butter Fudge Day
Nov15

How to Make Peanut Butter Fudge: National Peanut Butter Fudge Day

If you love peanut butter, then you’ll be crazy about this recipe for Peanut Butter Fudge. It satisfies your peanut butter craving, has that texture you need to make an effort to chew, and then it’s smooth, creaminess melts in your mouth…and not in your hand. 😉 How to Make Peanut Butter Fudge: A nice recipe I make for peanut butter fudge follows. Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 8 min Cook Time: ~ 20 min Yields: ~ 2...

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How to Make Homemade Fudge Candy
Oct30

How to Make Homemade Fudge Candy

In our house, Halloween means Mom makes Homemade Fudge Candy. It’s just not the same without that sugary sweet confection on hand. Fudge should be cooked slowly at medium heat to soft-ball stage. I usually cook it to a temperature of 235 – 242 degrees F, depending on the day. Don’t rush the process. Choose a dry day to make fudge. A candy thermometer is a necessity. How to Make Homemade Fudge Candy: Mom used to cook...

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Web Chef Review: Robin Hood No-Bake Nanaimo Bar Mix
Jul27

Web Chef Review: Robin Hood No-Bake Nanaimo Bar Mix

If you’ve never heard of Nanaimo Bars… …Then, you are missing out on a Canadian National Treasure! It’s ridiculously rich & delicious, and making them is a bit of a fussy business, but the good thing is, they are no-bake sweets! Now, this dessert square is full of a chocolatey crumb base, a layer of creamy deliciousness, then a layer of milk chocolate melted on the top to make a shiny creation. I want to...

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