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Fried Prosciutto Tortellini

Fried Prosciutto Tortellini

Fried Prosciutto Tortellini

My take on Italian street food, these fried tortellini are crunchy, gooey good. For the sauce, use the best quality tomatoes you can find. —Angela Lemoine, Howell, New Jersey

Ghost Cupcake Cones

Ghost Cupcake Cones

Ghost Cupcake Cones

Scare up a good treat using prepared cake mix, ice cream cones and whipped topping. These “ghosts” are as easy as child’s play. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Godiva Liqueur Brownies

Godiva Liqueur Brownies

Godiva Liqueur Brownies

Santa’s eyes twinkle when he finds this very adult brownie on the cookie tray. With chocolaty liqueur and other spirits, it’s definitely a merrymaker for grown-ups. —Teri Rasey, Cadillac, Michigan
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Honey-Lime Almond Cookies

Honey-Lime Almond Cookies

Honey-Lime Almond Cookies

Decades ago my grandmother passed this buttery lime cookie recipe to me. Through years of baking, our cookie memories keep the family connected, although we’re miles apart. —Paula Marchesi, Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania

Key Lime Cupcakes

Key Lime Cupcakes

Key Lime Cupcakes

I made these light, tangy cupcakes on a chilly day to remind me of our vacation in southern Florida, where Key lime pies are star attractions. —Jennifer Gilbert, Brighton, Michigan

Maryland Corn Pops

Maryland Corn Pops

Maryland Corn Pops

Fresh-picked sweet corn is a big thing in Maryland. Here’s my homespun version of Mexican street corn. —Kristie Schley, Severna Park, Maryland

Not Your Mama's Seven-Layer Bars

Not Your Mama's Seven-Layer Bars

Not Your Mama's Seven-Layer Bars

The addition of dulce de leche makes this a decadent new take on traditional seven-layer bars. You can cut this recipe in half and make it in an 8x8-in. pan. —Andrea Barlow, Hot Springs, Arkansas

Peanut Pretzel Toffee Bark

Peanut Pretzel Toffee Bark

Peanut Pretzel Toffee Bark

My toffee has been a traditional must-make treat for my family and friends for over 40 years. My Dad taught me to make great fudge from scratch but my toffee was his favorite candy and each time I make it, I think of him. —Barbara Estabrook, Rhinelander, Wisconsin

Pickled Pepperoncini Deviled Eggs

Pickled Pepperoncini Deviled Eggs

Pickled Pepperoncini Deviled Eggs

It's hard to resist these adorable deviled trees on our buffet table. The avocado filling has pepperoncini and cilantro for extra zip. —Carmell Childs, Ferron, Utah

Puff Pastry Christmas Palmiers

Puff Pastry Christmas Palmiers

Puff Pastry Christmas Palmiers

Palmiers (pronounced pal-mee-AY) come from France. They're usually sweet, but to make them savory, I swirl in pesto, feta and sundried tomatoes. —Darlene Brenden, Salem, Oregon

Roasted Brussels Sprouts & 3-Cheese Crostini

Roasted Brussels Sprouts & 3-Cheese Crostini

Roasted Brussels Sprouts & 3-Cheese Crostini

Brussels sprouts for a snack? Oh, yes. Combine these roasted goodies with cheese for the ultimate toast topper. —Athena Russell, Greenville, South Carolina
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