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    Default What should I bake?

    I'm putting together a gift of baked goods for my dr. and the staff in his office. I'd like to bake some really yummy things that are a little unique... not just chocolate chip cookies and fudge and plain things... but I also need recipes that are fairly easy. Any recipes for your favorite, most delicious baked goods??

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    LD92599 is offline Diamond level (5000+ posts)
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    Default Super Easy Toffee Recipe

    2 cups real butter
    2 cups brown sugar
    1 pkg choco chips (milk choco are best)
    graham crackers or saltine crackers (trust me)

    Line a pan with foil (a pan with edges ie jelly roll pan, only larger) Spray or butter the foil lightly; line the foil with crackers so they touch.

    Mix butter in sugar in a heavy pan and bring to a liquid state.
    Boil gently for 4 min, while stirring. It should carmelize but not burn.

    Pour this over the crackers and bake for 5 min at 400 degrees. It will be bubbly.

    Remove from heat and pour a bag of choco chips over it evenly, then spread with a spatula and put back in the oven for about 30 seconds to melt.

    Optional: sprinkle the top with Heath Bits or pecans.

    Cool it for 24 hours in fridge and break into pieces.


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    firstbaby is offline Platinum level (1000+ posts)
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    Default RE: What should I bake?

    what about lemon curd? It is super easy to make and delicious on crackers, scones, bread - anything really :) It would be beautiful in a simple canning jar with a nice ribbon.

    chocolate truffles are also very easy to make. and peppermint bark. okay, now I'm hungry :)

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    Default chocolate covered pretzels

    I originally saw this recipe on this board somewhere, but couldn't find it, so here it is from allrecipe.com
    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/chocola...ls/detail.aspx

    you can do so much with this one recipe, dark chocolate kisses, white chocolate kisses, caramel kisses, and different colored m&m's for different occasions!

    HTH!

    Mary
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