nothing better than biting into a moist chocolate cupcake and being surprised by a sweet creamy filling! unless you're my husband, who doesn't like frosting. . . this is an adaptation of my mil's recipe for ho ho cupcakes. it is mostly from scratch, but can be simplified by substituting a can of your favorite prepared frosting for the tops of the cupcakes. these are a huge hit at my childrens’ birthday parties, with the adults as well as the kids!
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i found this recipe in an old recipe file a friend had. she'd never tried it but gave it to me. it's a little time consuming but well worth every minute. although i've never frozen them, i bet they'd keep well for a quick dinner as this is easily doubled
this is the recipe that we made at home when i was growing up. my dad loved it so much that we would make a double recipe and freeze half for another meal...we always ate this with pickled sweet and sour red cabbage and home made potato dumplings. we al
*warning!* don't try this recipe unless you like tooth-breakingly hard, crunchy cookies! this recipe is from the honolulu star bulletin and is a copy-cat for mountain view bakery's stone cookies. people either love 'em or hate 'em. i'm posting this fo
courtesy of billy reech from billy's bakery, nyc. as seen on www.marthastewart.com several reviewers have mentioned that the recipes directions were different from the video. i originally copied it from martha stewart's web site and it appears that
this is a recipe that i made in junior high cooking class many years ago :) feel free to adjust the recipe by using your own bread dough or equivalent. this requires refrigeration overnight (not included in prep time) so plan ahead.
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