Country Woman Desserts

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Raspberry Curd

Raspberry Curd

Raspberry Curd

Raspberries are such a sweet and flavorful berry that is perfect during the summer time. This recipe can also be made in the winter with frozen berries.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

Peanut Butter Cookie Pops

Peanut Butter Cookie Pops

Peanut Butter Cookie Pops

A miniature candy bar is the hidden treat inside fun-for-all-ages pops from Martha Hoover of Coatesville, Pennsylvania. "My sons brought these cookies home from school after their teacher made a bunch for her class," Martha relates. "The kids loved nibbling them on a stick. Of course, the taste also was instant hit!"

Pumpkin Chiffon Pie

Pumpkin Chiffon Pie

Pumpkin Chiffon Pie

For a tasty treat during the fall, try this special dessert. The vanilla pudding makes is extra creamy.—Karen Grimes, Stephens City, Virginia

Molasses Spice Cutouts

Molasses Spice Cutouts

Molasses Spice Cutouts

Meet the Cook: It hardly ever fails - when I send these cookies to school with out youngsters (15 and 12), I'm almost always asked for the recipe by their teachers! -Doris Heinen, St. Cloud, Minnesota

Blueberry/Kiwi Flan

Blueberry/Kiwi Flan

Blueberry/Kiwi Flan

This is a recipe that's fun to make, pretty to serve and tastes good, too. It's also versatile—you can use whatever fruits are your favorites.

Mounds Balls

Mounds Balls

Mounds Balls

I make these bite-sized treats as holiday gifts for friends—and I get lots of thank-you notes in return. The mailman doesn't mind delivering them, though. He gets a box of candy, too! We have three generations of family working together on our dairy farm in the "thumb" of Michigan. Everyone agrees these milky morsels promote our product deliciously.

Icy Summer Treats Dessert

Icy Summer Treats Dessert

Icy Summer Treats Dessert

You won't break a sweat fixing these easy chillers! The frozen snack, made from fruity gelatin and powdered soft drink mix, can be whipped up in no time, according to Darlene Markel of Sublimity, Oregon. "Youngsters just love them. I know ours did when they were little," she adds. "And though the kids are grown, they still request the treats when they visit."

Date Pudding Cobbler

Date Pudding Cobbler

Date Pudding Cobbler

Meet the Cook: There were eight children in my family when I was a girl, and all of us enjoyed this cobbler. I now serve it for everyday and special occasions alike. My husband and I have two grown children and four grandchildren. Three times in a row, I've been fortunate to win our church's pie-baking contest. -Carolyn Miller, Guys Mills, Pennsylvania

Family Tree Fudgy Brownies

Family Tree Fudgy Brownies

Family Tree Fudgy Brownies

Decorated with names or not, LaTressa Allen's treats have rich fudge flavor and a gooey marshmallow layer that'll surely be a hit with your family. "Mine, for one, absolutely loves chocolate," she chuckles from Fort Worth, Texas. "I'm constantly trying new desserts with that ingredient—and have found these brownies please young and old alike."

Chocolate Malt Cheesecake

Chocolate Malt Cheesecake

Chocolate Malt Cheesecake

My mother-in-law loved chocolate malts—and cheesecakes, too. Can you guess who passed this recipe on to me? Sometimes, I substitute pretzel crumbs for the graham cracker crumbs. They make a surprisingly good crust!

Mice Cookies

Mice Cookies

Mice Cookies

These sweet critters are perfect for youngsters to make with Mom. "Our daughter loves to help when I bake them," shares Linda Wheeler of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. "We both agree they're a lot of fun to eat!"—Linda Wheeler, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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