Hard to resist desserts
Aunt Mable's Zucchini Bread
My Best Fudgy Brownies
Apple Pan Dowdy
Carmelized Banana Tart (Land O Lakes)
Crispy Chocolate Peanut Brownies
Black Forest Bars
Chewy Butterscotch Brownies
No Bake Butterscotch Bars
Tangy Lemon Bars
Tangy Lemon Bars Glaze
Banana Split Dessert
Easy Crescent roll Danish
Easy Home Made Vanilla Pudding
Yummy Butterscotch Pudding
Essie's Fruit Pudding
Moist and Delicious Pumpkin Bars
Aunt Mable's Zucchini BreadMy aunt Mable was a wonderful country cook. I looked forward to visiting her and especially eating at her house. They always had fresh veggies from the garden. Right now I have lots of zucchini from my garden, so that made me think of this great recipe.
Sinful BrowniesWe first had these at my best friend and ex-sister in laws house, we have had them many many times since.
My Best Fudgy BrowniesThese are so easy to make, and are so adaptable and good no matter what you add to them. I have added chocolate chunks, peanut butter chips, dried cherries, broken up candy bars, mint chips, peanuts, walnuts, pecans I am sure you can come up with more ideas. Have fun and enjoy!
Carmelized Banana Tart (Land O Lakes)This banana dessert is a variation of the classic “Tarte Tatin”. Recipe Tip 1 Make sure thawed puff pastry does not become warm or it may not rise properly. When rolling, work from center of dough toward edges taking care to keep consistent thickness. Recipe Tip 2 If using a glass baking dish, reduce oven temperature to 400°F. Bake as directed above.
Crispy Chocolate Peanut BrowniesThese are a big big hit wherever I take them, which reminds me I should make a batch for hubby to take to the guys at work, they love em.
No Bake Butterscotch BarsI got this from the TOH bulletin board, it was posted by MissEllie, it was so good that I just have to share it with others. I served it this weekend and got writers cramp from writing out the recipe for everyone that tasted it. It makes a large portion and is really more like a candy than anything else. My slight change is in parenthesis.
Banana Split DessertMy sister in law made this for me and it was absolutely delicious, so I just had to have the recipe!
Easy Home Made Vanilla PuddingI have seen and heard many requests for home made pudding recipes so I thought I would post one I have been using for about 40 years now. Ooops, I guess you all know I am old now. It is the basis for my banana pudding dessert, you know the one, with the Nilla wafers.
Essie's Fruit PuddingThis was my husband's grandmothers recipe. I have never found another recipe quite like it. It was originally made with sour cherries but we have found it to be great with many different fruits. The bottom of this gets like a pudding which is why I guess it has its name. This dessert is good warm or cold.
Moist and Delicious Pumpkin BarsOne of my husband co-workers asked if his wife could make pumpkin bars, so of course I just had to comply. They were a hit and they said to tell me that I can bake for them anytime.
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