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Desserts


Desserts

 

Apple Cream Pie
Sprinkle 1/2 cup sugar and a little cinnamon over top of pie.

Apple Crisp
Peel and slice apples and place in baking pan.

Banana Split Brownie Pizza
Melt chocolate and butter together, stirring until smooth. Drizzle over pizza. Chill.

Black Walnut Cake
Daddy always made this cake.  It’s good with a cup of hot tea or coffee.

Broken Glass Torte
I can remember my Daddy making this every Christmas when I was little.  I thought the pieces looked like stained glass windows when he sliced it.

Brownie Pie
Serve in pie wedges with ice cream or cool whip.

     

Carrot Cake
Bring glaze mixture to a boil. It will be very foamy.

Cherry Pie

Chocolate Fudge Cake with Icing
Lisa B. made this for Lela for her birthday one year. We had such a fun visit. You can substitute almond flavoring for the vanilla extract in the cake for a little different taste.

Chocolate Torte
This is one of John’s favorite desserts.  My friend, Sue, uses pistachio pudding instead of chocolate.

Coconut Cake
Ruthie B. is the first person I know who made this. It’s very good and moist. I had trouble finding a can of cream of coconut until I looked in the liquor section of the grocery store where they keep the daiquiri mixes, etc...

Coconut Desert
I had trouble finding instant coconut pudding once, so I used vanilla pudding  and added 1-2 teaspoons coconut extract.

Crazy Chocolate Cake
This is a fun cake for kids to help make. It’s fun poking holes and pouring ingredients in. As a matter of fact, I think this is the first cake I ever made by myself as a child (boy, that was sure a long time ago!).

Creamy Rice Pudding
I make this a lot, especially when I’m in the mood for a little something sweet.

Dirt Cake
This is cute layered in a clean plastic or clay flower pot. Top with artificial flowers and gummy worms and use a clean plastic garden shovel as a serving spoon.

Easy Cherry Cobbler

Easy Banana Cake
Top with sprinkles of powdered sugar or frost with cream cheese frosting.

Easy Peach Cobbler
The cinnamon adds a nice flavor.  Don’t drain the peaches.

Eclair Cake
This dessert is very rich, and probably one of our favorites. I usually make it for John’s birthday instead of cake.

Frozen Cheesecake
Freeze.  Thaw 15-20 minutes before  serving.

German Cake
I think you'll find this in other cookbooks called “Better than Sex” cake, but I didn't want my children to see that title! (Of course, they'll probably read this note.)

Harvest Apple Cake
Top each serving with whipped cream, if desired.

Kentucky Derby Pie
I’ve used English walnuts and pecans in this.  They are both good.

Impossible Pie
I used to make it for my Grandma Stone because it was soft and she could eat it easily.

Lemon Cake
This cake is very moist. John loves it.

Lemon Angel Pie
My sister-in-law, Sue J., gave me this recipe.  It’s good on a hot summer day.

Lemon Blueberry Pound Cake
This recipe came from Cooking Light Magazine. It tastes really good warm and it also freezes well.

     

Lemon Chess Pie
To test for doneness, insert a knife in the middle of the filling

Mandarin Cream Cake

Martha’s Apple Pie
Sometimes if I have lots of apples, I’ll make several pies and freeze one or two so they’ll be ready when I need one.

Mary Ann's Fresh Apple Cake
To make self rising flour: mix 1 teaspoon baking powder with 1/2 teaspoon salt and enough all purpose flour to make one cup.

Mini Cheese Cakes
Top with some fruit filling while still warm.

Mother’s Chocolate Pie
Mother taught me how to make this pie a few days before she died.  It’s very rich

Mother’s Cobbler
I found this in some of my Mom's things.

Orange Sauce for Angel Food Cake

Peanut Butter Cake
Nan and Lisa have both made this and it’s moist and delicious.

Peanut Butter Pie
This is Nan’s recipe.  I think most of the boys of the family like this best.

Pecan Pie
This is the pecan pie recipe my Mother always made, and it’s the only one Nan, Sylvia, and I make.

Pumpkin Cake
I usually leave the nuts out of the batter. Nan bakes this in 2 loaf pans and serves it as pumpkin bread.

Pumpkin Pie
John only likes my pumpkin pie, and it’s ridiculous how easy it is to make.

Quick Cobbler
Pour any kind of fruit filling over the batter.  Be sure that the fruit is sweet.

Strawberry Pretzel Dessert
Lisa B. made this for us one Easter when we were in Charleston visiting.

Strawberry Yogurt Pie
This is a refreshing pie to have on hand in the summer.

     

Sugar Free Apple Pie
This is really a good pie.  Sylvia used to make it for Daddy since he was a diabetic

Sugarless Applesauce Cake
Daddy used to like to make this cake. It’s very moist.

Triple Chocolate Pound Cake
This is the richest chocolate cake you’ll ever eat. It is especially delicious warm.

Twinkie Cake
Sue M. gave me this recipe. It’s one to use when you don’t have much time and need something to take in a hurry.

Quickie Coconut Cupcakes
Compliments of Food Network and Rachael Ray.

White Chocolate Strawberry Pie
It’s a delicious pie and not hard to make.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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