Sweet Tooth

Hosted by Opal Jackson-Cakmak
Group active since Mon, Oct 25, 2010

Hello everyone!!
If you love desserts, love to bake them or if your are just looking for a new recipe I hope you will join the group. Post recipes, share and exchange ideas, ask questions or just chat!
Have a wonderful day!

Don Veal
May 1, 2015

Vinegar Gravy

Hi everyone. I'm very new here at JAP and I apologize for being in the wrong group, but I can't find the right group to ask my question. Can someone please point me where I might find a recipe for vinegar gravy. My Mom used to make it back in the 50's and I'd like to make it. I'll be back here a lot saving sweet recipes as it is my big weakness. Thanks in advance for any help and I'll eventually find the right group for my needs. Thanks, Don..

Cindi Bauer
May 27, 2014

My 1st rhubarb dessert I made this Spring!

Look what I made with the abundance of rhubarb my sweet daughter Jenny had given me!
Cherry Rhubarb Crisp

Millie Johnson
Feb 6, 2014

Recipe for Love Contest

I've entered my Chicken Breast with a Spicy Orange Glaze. A delicious mix of sweet, spicy heat. Please drop by and vote. I would appreciate the support so much ! Thank you ! :)

Carol Parkhurst
Dec 21, 2013



Cindi Bauer
Dec 18, 2013

Easy Chocolate Fudge (A must try recipe for the holiday!)

Our family enjoys this delicious, creamy, chocolatety tasting fudge for Christmas, or even on Valentine's Day. I like the fact that it doesn't take long to make, plus it's not overly sugary sweet like the other fudge recipes I've made or tried. Besides the brand name semi-sweet chocolate chips, I've also used the generic brand of "real" semi-sweet chocolate chips, which I've purchased from Aldi's, and this fudge still turns out great! Just be sure to use the canned sweetened condensed milk when making this fudge, not the canned evaporated milk. Stick to the exact ingredients listed in this recipe, and follow the directions as written, and your fudge will turn out perfect!
Easy Chocolate Fudge

Kate Wahl
Dec 16, 2013

Chocolate Question!

Hi All,

Would anyone be able to tell what the difference is between Chocolate Cake and German Chocolate Cake other than the special frosting usually associated with German Chocolate Cake.

I'm doing my Christmas Cookie baking and the recipe I'm making needs a box of German chocolate cake mix but I'm making my own recipe for the German Chocolate Cake.

Anyone have any ideas or suggestions I'd love too here them. Thanks for anyone who can help me out with information.

Christopher Hile
Dec 14, 2013

Mint Chocolate truffles

Last year i made the awesome mint chocolate truffles and of course this year i wanted to make them again. Wouldn't you know that i can't find the recipe. I looked for the recipe on here and i didn't see the one i used. The one i used was the truffle was rolled in sugar when finished it was so good.