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Family Favorite Desserts by Sarah J. Larson

Family Favorite Desserts

by Sarah J. Larson

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Dessert is the "cherry on top" for any meal, and some meals just never seem complete without a dessert to wrap it up. Other times, we have a sweet tooth that will nag us until we allow ourselves to satisfy it. Of course, the world of desserts is such a massive branch of food, there countless types we can choose to end a meal or nurse our sweet tooth with, each one of which will have various recipes for its creation. Every recipe that has been included in Family Favorite Desserts has become just that, a family favorite. I have the most critical of judges when it comes to food, a family with a picky spouse and children. They don't enjoy eating anything they don't love, no matter how healthy or what ingredients the recipe contains. For a recipe to meet their approval, it means a great deal about its quality. There are a wide variety of recipes contained within this book. Some of the desserts are quick and can be whipped up in a flash, while others are more complex and take a little preparation and time to fix. You can choose between fruit recipes such as apple crisp or old-fashioned apple dumplings, cobbler, pudding, and so much more in this book. Your family is sure to find something they'll love.… (more)

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