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Snowcapped brownies

Baking is one of my favorite hobbies, and my wife says these brownies topped with a cream cheese layer are outstanding. When you really want to impress, drizzle them with caramel sauce and sprinkle on chocolate curls. —Lyle Borcherding, Johnstown, Pennsylvania


Snowcapped butternut squash

I first prepared this side dish in my high school home economics class. The cool sour cream sauce makes it irresistible, even to those people who usually don't care for squash. —Karen Peterson-Johnson, Salt Lake City, Utah


Snowcapped casserole

This comforting casserole goes over well at church fellowships and family gatherings. I often double the recipe.—Frances Johnson, Bear Creek, North Carolina


Snowcapped chocolate cookies

If you like chocolate, you'll love these kiss-shaped, crinkled cookies. They get their "snowcapped" look from a coating of confectioners' sugar.


Snowcapped gingerbread biscotti

This recipe is one of my favorites to add to my holiday cookie trays. The cookies blend the great flavor of gingerbread and biscotti, plus a "snow"-dipped decoration. —Trisha Kruse, Eagle, Idaho


Snow-capped mocha fudge drops

Everyone loves seeing chocolate on a cookie tray. My version is fudgy with a hint of mocha. If you’re serving these at the holidays, add red and green colored sugar or sprinkles for a festive touch. —Patricia Harmon, Baden, Pennsylvania


Snowcapped salmon

The name of this recipe is suggestive of my state's wondrous beauty. Alaska is known for its salmon, and this is one of my favorite ways to prepare it.—Ella Hosmer, Central, Alaska


Snow-capped sour cream drops

Mouth-watering sour cream cookies filled with cranberries, chocolate and pecans.


Snow capped treat bars

Snow Capped Treat Bars are basically an over the top version of the classic Rice Krispie Treat. An easy and fun treat that kids and adults alike will enjoy!

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