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Coffee Liqueur Bread Pudding with Caramel Sauce
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"This is a knockout variation on a popular dessert!"
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Coffee Souffle
Ready Time: 45 Min
"A refreshingly cool dessert that is souffle and gelatin in one. Old recipe from my Grandmother. When chilled, the gelatin will separate. Serve with whipped topping."
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Creamy Peach Pudding
Ready Time: 20 Min
"Instant pudding hurries along preparation of this fruity pudding from Tori Krick of Tilden, Nebraska. 'It's a great dish to take to wedding showers or graduation parties,' she says. TIP: 'I like to make it ahead of time and chill it for several hours before serving,' Tori explains."
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Creamy Rice Pudding
Ready Time: 45 Min
"This is my mom's recipe for Rice Pudding. It's the best I've ever tasted and it gets rave reviews from everyone I serve it to. Sprinkle with nutmeg or cinnamon, if desired. For creamier pudding, use short or medium grain rice."
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Creme Brulee
Ready Time: 2 Hrs 40 Min
"This is a very nice dessert to serve when entertaining."
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Creme Brulee III
Ready Time: 1 Hr 10 Min
"Custard with a vanilla taste and a crisp caramel type topping. Serve warm or chilled."
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Dairy Free Chocolate Pudding
Ready Time: 45 Min
"This is a simple, smooth and creamy vegan chocolate pudding. I like to use ground chocolate as a substitute for the cocoa."
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Date Pudding
Ready Time: 55 Min
"My mother-in-law always whipped up this old-fashioned dessert at Thanksgiving and Christmas. My husband and I enjoy the chewy dates and sweet thick syrup drizzled on top. It's impossible to resist a second helping."
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Double Chocolate Pudding
Ready Time: 25 Min
"Our home economists set our to create a rich chocolate sensation, and they certainly succeeded with this soft creamy pudding. A little German chocolate and baking cocoa make it a mouth-watering hit without much fat."
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Doughnut Bread Pudding
Ready Time: 1 Hr 15 Min
"Don't pass up those day-old doughnuts in the grocery store. They make great bread pudding! Just about any kind of raised yeast doughnuts work except for jelly. Apple fritters are even good. I sometimes use a combination of cinnamon, glazed, sugared doughnuts and apple fritters for an interesting combination. You don't have to add any extra fat and very little (if any) extra sugar depending on taste."
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