Country Woman Desserts

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Brownie Ice Cream Cones

Brownie Ice Cream Cones

Brownie Ice Cream Cones

Often, I'll find a recipe that sounds interesting, copy it down and put my own twist on it. That's just what I did with these Brownie Ice Cream Cones. I make them for our children when they have friends over. —Marlene Rhodes, Panama City, Florida

Strawberry Pie

Strawberry Pie

Strawberry Pie

Starring fresh-from-the-patch berries, this ruby-red pie comes from Barbara Budlow Schneider, whose recipe appears in their family cookbook, pens Linda Skiles of Lyons, Wisconsin.

Lemon Poppy Seed Cake

Lemon Poppy Seed Cake

Lemon Poppy Seed Cake

This luscious, lemony cake recipe from Betty Bjarnason is one of many collected by Brenda Wood of Egbert, Ontario for a reunion cookbook.

Sauerkraut Chocolate Cake

Sauerkraut Chocolate Cake

Sauerkraut Chocolate Cake

For an adventurous cake, try this recipe. People might need a little coaxing to try it but once they do, they will love it.—The Fremont Company

Cherry Danish

Cherry Danish

Cherry Danish

I won an award when I first made these delicious danish for a 4-H competition years ago. They're still a family favorite today.—Christie Cochran, Canyon, Texas

Banana Butterfinger Pudding

Banana Butterfinger Pudding

Banana Butterfinger Pudding

You can substitute other kids of candy bars to suit your preference. The pudding flavor can be changed as well—perhaps to vanilla or butterscotch.—LaVerna Mjones, Moorhead, Minnesota

Fresh Plum Kuchen

Fresh Plum Kuchen

Fresh Plum Kuchen

In late summer when plums are in season, this tender fruit-topped cake is delectable! The plum slices look so appealing arranged in circles on top. For variety, I sometimes substitute fresh pear or apple slices instead.

Petit Four Quilt

Petit Four Quilt

Petit Four Quilt

FOR your next quilting bee, crafty gathering or any time at all, serving up this dessert will ensure your occasion's a real blockbuster! To piece together these delectable petit fours, simply cut a purchased pound cake into cubes and cover them with a citrus-flavored glaze. Then blanket the goodies with decorating gel in a colorful Dutchman's Puzzle design. Follow the easy "pattern" here, and you'll sew up treats in not time!

Peach Angel Food Cake

Peach Angel Food Cake

Peach Angel Food Cake

Dessert doesn't mean slaving in the kitchen all day long when you use this recipe. The prepared angel food cake makes it so easy.—Jean Nichols, Eugene, Oregon

Contest-Winning Rhubarb Pudding

Contest-Winning Rhubarb Pudding

Contest-Winning Rhubarb Pudding

My mother gave me the recipe for this old-fashioned pudding. It's a great way to use up day-old bread. Nothing enhances this traditional dessert better than garden-grown rhubarb. My husband and 8-year-old daughter just love it.

Raspberry Breeze Pie

Raspberry Breeze Pie

Raspberry Breeze Pie

One way to my family's heart is through great-tasting food. Luckily, I've learned to take a few shortcuts to get there. This no-bake pie is a good example. Using canned pie filling and a prepared crust gets me out of the kitchen quickly.
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