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Chocolate-Peanut Butter Sheet Cake

Chocolate-Peanut Butter Sheet Cake

Chocolate-Peanut Butter Sheet Cake

I love peanut butter and chocolate, so I combined recipes to blend the two. This cake is heavenly served plain or topped with ice cream. —Lisa Varner, El Paso, Texas

Ricotta-Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms

Ricotta-Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms

Ricotta-Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms

These mushrooms are rich and creamy and bright at the same time because of the fresh herbs and tomato. I especially like them served with grilled asparagus. —Tre Balchowsky, Sausalito, California

Holiday White Fruitcake

Holiday White Fruitcake

Holiday White Fruitcake

Years ago, when I attended Koloa Missionary Church in Hawaii, a friend gave me this recipe. Now I whip up at least 60 loaves for the holidays. —Eileen Sokolowski, Chandler, Arizona
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Jasmine Rice with Coconut & Cherries

Jasmine Rice with Coconut & Cherries

Jasmine Rice with Coconut & Cherries

Our favorite rice deserves a bit of color and sweetness. We add cherries, peanuts, orange peel and coconut. That does the trick. —Joy Zacharia, Clearwater, Florida

Salted Cashew & Caramel Chews

Salted Cashew & Caramel Chews

Salted Cashew & Caramel Chews

Nothing says "welcome home" like warm, gooey, chewy cookies right out of the oven with a cold glass of milk—mmm, heaven. You don't need a plate. Just grab and go. —Paula Marchesi, Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania

Aunt Myrtle's Coconut Oat Cookies

Aunt Myrtle's Coconut Oat Cookies

Aunt Myrtle's Coconut Oat Cookies

These cookies are the stuff of happy memories. Coconut and oatmeal give them rich flavor and texture. Store them in your best cookie jar. —Catherine Cassidy, Taste of Home Editor-in-Chief

Thai Chicken Linguine

Thai Chicken Linguine

Thai Chicken Linguine

When I have lots of people to feed, I multiply this Thai-inspired recipe. Everybody always digs right in—even the kids. Add fresh veggies to mix up the flavor and make it your own. —Teri Rumble, Jensen Beach, Florida

Chocolaty Nanaimo Bars

Chocolaty Nanaimo Bars

Chocolaty Nanaimo Bars

If a pastry could be a friend, the Nanaimo Bar would be my BFF. This version won “Cookie of the Fair” at the 2006 Iowa State Fair. —Kelly McCulley, Des Moines, Iowa

Cherry Almond Snowdrops

Cherry Almond Snowdrops

Cherry Almond Snowdrops

As soon as I was old enough, I helped make these distinctive almond cookies. You can freeze the dough, so they’re perfect for the busy holidays. —Trisha Kruse, Eagle, Idaho

Cranberry-Walnut Brussels Sprouts

Cranberry-Walnut Brussels Sprouts

Cranberry-Walnut Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are one food that picky eaters often resist. This recipe will change their mind. You can also add garlic and dried fruits. —Jennifer Armellino, Lake Oswego, Oregon

Coconut Pecan Pie

Coconut Pecan Pie

Coconut Pecan Pie

We top this with sliced bananas, whipped cream and more sliced bananas. It's based on a recipe my mom got from a pot holder she bought at the Patti's 1880s Settlement in Grand Rivers, Kentucky. —Jennifer Choisser, Paducah, Kentucky
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