Desserts for Two

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Apple Crisp For Two

Apple Crisp For Two

Apple Crisp For Two

DELICIOUS with ice cream or whipped topping, this dessert is always a welcome treat at our table. We especially like it served warm. I make this often year-round, but it's even tastier in the fall with newly harvested apples. -Patricia Gross, Etna Green, Indiana

Blueberry Fruit Crisp

Blueberry Fruit Crisp

Blueberry Fruit Crisp

“With all its blueberries, this is rich in antioxidants,” says Patricia Krusing of Phoenix, Arizona. “It's scrumptious and goes together in a snap.” If you have it on hand, this warm dessert pairs well with vanilla ice cream.

Caramel Pecan Clusters

Caramel Pecan Clusters

Caramel Pecan Clusters

I make lots of candies and I often add a few ingredients or leave some out. My great-nephew, Josh, is my taste-tester, and this recipe is among his favorites. It seems that my snack jar is always going on empty, but this gives me great joy. —Marcille Groenke Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Cinnamon-Raisin Bread Pudding

Cinnamon-Raisin Bread Pudding

Cinnamon-Raisin Bread Pudding

Field editor Edna Hoffman of Hebron, Indiana shares this rich bread pudding recipe that goes together in minutes. There's plenty of old-fashioned cinnamon flavor...it's sure to become a favorite!

Easy Chocolate Pudding

Easy Chocolate Pudding

Easy Chocolate Pudding

HERE'S a recipe that satisfies a sweet tooth without any fuss. This wonderful pudding can be served plain or topped with coconut, nuts or whipped cream for a more elaborate finish. -Nora Reidy, Montoursville, Pennsylvania

Easy Rhubarb Sauce

Easy Rhubarb Sauce

Easy Rhubarb Sauce

Celebrate spring with the sweet-tart taste of rhubarb in Jackie Hutshing’s simple sauce. The Sonoma, California cook enjoys it on toast, English muffins and pancakes, but it’s just as good drizzled on pound cake or ice cream.

Frozen Sundae Pie

Frozen Sundae Pie

Frozen Sundae Pie

This can be assembled beforehand without the bananas—put them on top right before serving. I also use different types of ice cream from time to time; it's like a banana split in a pie. —Mary Ann Dell, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

Mud Cake

Mud Cake

Mud Cake

This rich cake is ideal for special occasions. —Priscilla Prescott, Forest City, North Carolina

Raspberry Fool

Raspberry Fool

Raspberry Fool

A close rendition to the classic English recipe, this light and airy, berry dessert comes from Margaret Minnich of Columbus, Ohio.

Soft Lemon-Ginger Cookies

Soft Lemon-Ginger Cookies

Soft Lemon-Ginger Cookies

Loaded with old-fashioned flavor, this yummy cookie is hard to beat. You'll love munching a few with coffee, tea or a glass of cold milk.—Sharon Bretz, Havre de Grace, Maryland

Vanilla Custard Cups

Vanilla Custard Cups

Vanilla Custard Cups

When I was living with my mother, she loved custard,, so I'd make this comforting dessert each week. Without leftovers, there's no chance of getting tired of this treat!—Billie Bohannan, Imperial, California
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