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Sweetened cream cheese is a simple and satisfying way to dress up canned pears. Plus, they look so pretty on the table. For a different twist, you can use canned peaches in place of the pears.—Barb Marshall, Pickerington, Ohio
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Raspberry Sour Cream Coffee Cake

Raspberry Sour Cream Coffee Cake

Raspberry Sour Cream Coffee Cake

Coffee and cake are like a wink and a smile—you'll take one without the other but given the choice, you want the pair. Raspberries and almonds lift this coffee cake to a tart and nutty place. The recipe doubles easily in a 9x13 pan to accommodate all those wanting a little bit more. —Debbie Johnson, Centertown, Missouri

Bubble Bread Wreath

Bubble Bread Wreath

Bubble Bread Wreath

"Every year, I bake about 20 of these yeasty wreaths to give as gifts to seniors in our area," notes Sylvia Petker from her Port Rowan, Ontario home. "I also make more for our family Christmas brunch. It's a cinch to serve since the bread pulls apart easily."

Baked Cornucopia

Baked Cornucopia

Baked Cornucopia

After admiring a crafty cornucopia at a local store, Jacquelyn decided to cook up her own…one with a slightly different flavor. Instead of creating it from fabric or weaving one with reeds, this handcrafter turned to her kitchen for supplies—in the form of frozen bread dough and a disposable pizza pan she had handy—and wound up making a “knead” new horn of plenty for her family’s harvest celebrations. “I often use mine to serve food such as rolls, vegetables or chunks of cheese and sausage whe
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Spinach-Stuffed Portobellos

Spinach-Stuffed Portobellos

Spinach-Stuffed Portobellos

“The meaty texture of portobello mushrooms will make you think you're eating steak,” says Diane Lombardo of New Castle, Pennsylvania. “With a cheesy spinach filling, this is a marvelous main dish. Pepper flakes add color and a kick.”

Creamy Cranberry Salad

Creamy Cranberry Salad

Creamy Cranberry Salad

One of my piano students taught me the perfect lesson in salad for the holidays. The keys are cranberries, pineapple, marshmallows and nuts. —Alexandra Lypecky, Dearborn, Michigan

Strawberry Sparkler

Strawberry Sparkler

Strawberry Sparkler

This sweet and easy treat is perfect during the summer months when the strawberries are deliciously ripe.—Marjorie Carey, Alamosa, Colorado

Chocolate Chip Coffee Ring

Chocolate Chip Coffee Ring

Chocolate Chip Coffee Ring

Meet the Cook: When I was a girl, my mother served this only once a year - for Christmas-morning brunch. But it could easily be served as dessert besides or as a snack packed in a lunch. It travels very well. Sometimes when I bake this just for my husband and me, I'll prepare two bread pans' worth and freeze one. -Laura Hertel, Columbia, Missouri

Citrus Streusel Quick Bread

Citrus Streusel Quick Bread

Citrus Streusel Quick Bread

As a minister's wife, I do a lot of baking and cooking for church. Often, I'll find myself copying down recipes to share. This one's generally in demand. Our home's as close to the border as you can get - the river that divides our state and Kentucky joins the backyard. We have two children, 21 and 12. -Debra White, Williamson, West Virginia

Rainbow Rotini Pasta Salad

Rainbow Rotini Pasta Salad

Rainbow Rotini Pasta Salad

Oodles of noodles plus plenty of fresh veggies make Debbie Albright's side dish a real meal-brightener. "I sometimes add extra color by substituting red bell pepper for half of the green one," she shares from her Salisbury, North Carolina kitchen.But the secret ingredient in this salad is actually t he sweetened condensed milk."

True Belgian Waffles

True Belgian Waffles

True Belgian Waffles

It was on a visit to my husband's relatives in Europe that I was given this Belgian waffle recipe. These homemade waffles are great with any kind of topping: blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, fried apples, powdered sugar or whipped topping. —Rose Delemeester, St. Charles, Michigan
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