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Easy Pound Cake

We think you'll enjoy this classic pound cake, and baking it in the bundt pan makes for an attractive presentation. If you're not fond of almond flavoring, omit that and increase the vanilla to 1-1/2 teaspoons. View Recipe »

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

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Apricot-Almond Tart

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Apricot-Cranberry Loaf

0 votes, 0.00 avg. rating (0% score)

Very tart but so good. Try it toasted with honey for a real treat. Best to let bread... View Recipe »

Apricot-Nut-Cream Cheese Bundt Cake

5 votes, 4.20 avg. rating (83% score)

Start this recipe at least 2-1/2 hours prior to serving. Cool at least 30 minutes before slicing. From the... View Recipe »

Apricots Four-In-Hand

1 vote, 4.00 avg. rating (79% score)

Exquisite color and flavor combination. --The Four-In-Hand, Marlboro, Vermont View Recipe »

April Fools Berry Soda

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Aroostook Gingerbread Puffs

Aroostook Gingerbread Puffs

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When Yankee published its first issue in 1935, Maine’s Arroostook County was the potato-growing capital of America. In... View Recipe »

Arundel Rum Pie

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A recipe from the late Kenneth Roberts. View Recipe »

Aunt Florence’s Classic Apple Pie

7 votes, 4.86 avg. rating (94% score)

A classic apple pie, with just the right amount of sweetness. Our testers liked a mixture of apple... View Recipe »

Aunt Frances’ Peanut Butter Balls

4 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (95% score)

My aunt Frances would always make these wonderful peanut butter balls during the holidays. View Recipe »

Aunt Gladys’ 4-Layer Strawberry Dessert

Aunt Gladys’ 4-Layer Strawberry Dessert

4 votes, 4.50 avg. rating (87% score)

My Great Aunt Gladys made this every year on the 4th of July. It is a family summertime... View Recipe »

Aunt Ina

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Aunt Mae’s Thumbprint Cookies

Aunt Mae’s Thumbprint Cookies

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About 20 years ago, we ran this recipe with a story from reader Charlotte S. Undercoffer: "My mother... View Recipe »

Aunt Maggie’s German Kuchen

2 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (92% score)

"My husband Don's Aunt Maggie from Bavaria, Germany, gave me this recipe, and it has been a family... View Recipe »

Aunt Sophie’s Magic Cookies

6 votes, 4.50 avg. rating (88% score)

My aunt Sophie, a proper Bostonian, was adored by all the children in our family. There was never... View Recipe »

Austrian Jam Cookies

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

From the Samuel Sewall Inn, Brookline, MA View Recipe »

Autumn Delight

2 votes, 4.50 avg. rating (86% score)

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Avocado Ice Cream

0 votes, 0.00 avg. rating (0% score)

A cool, refreshing, not-too-sweet dessert. Serve with crisp lemon wafers. View Recipe »

Avocado Mousse

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bailey’s truffle fudge

3 votes, 4.33 avg. rating (84% score)

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Baked Alaska Pie

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A very easy pie to make that will keep a month in the freezer. View Recipe »

Baked Apples and Chutney

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Baked Banana Bliss

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Baked Cranberry Pudding

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This pudding is loosely based on a recipe we received about 20 years ago from reader Debra Arnold-Codd.... View Recipe »

Baked Gingered Bananas

0 votes, 0.00 avg. rating (0% score)

In which you turn a very ordinary banana into a very glamorous dessert. View Recipe »

Baked Honey Balls (Italian Struffoli)

18 votes, 2.94 avg. rating (59% score)

From Snowvillage Inn, North Conway, NH. View Recipe »

Baked Indian Pudding

11 votes, 4.00 avg. rating (79% score)

A more healthful -- but delicious -- version of the old favorite. Serve it with low-fat whipped topping... View Recipe »

Baked Indian Pudding

5 votes, 4.20 avg. rating (83% score)

"New England Indian Pudding should be soft. For finest favor use the best dark molasses." View Recipe »



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