|A Bit on the Side|
|by Miriam Elshaikh|
Often we want something different to enhance or complement flavours of main course dishes.
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Preheat oven to ... and 1/2 cup toffee bits. Drop dough ... remaining chocolate chips and toffee bits into dough. Bake 15-18 minutes or until lightly browned. .
In large bowl combine cake mix, oil, eggs, brown sugar, water and extract. Beat 4 minutes. Stir in Brickle and pecans. Bake in greased and floured ...
Cover the bottom ... pie crust with Heath bits. In a ... done. Test with knife or cake tester; when the filling does not stick to the knife, the pie is done.
Stir chocolate, butter ... with pecans and toffee bits. Chill until ... Remove from heat. Using electric mixer, beat ... Turn cake out onto platter. Cool.
Cream butter. Add ... water. Mix in toffee bits and pecans. Drop ... 10 minutes. Let stand for a few minutes before removing from pan. Do not over bake.
Bake cake according to directions on box using 9 x 13 ... cool. Then top with Cool Whip and sprinkle Heath bits on top. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Prepare and bake brownies as directed on package. Let cool and then crumble. In a large glass bowl put in layers 1/2 of crumbled brownies, 1/2 candy ...
Combine cake mix, ... pan. Blend milk, Heath bits, 1 egg, ... 350°F for 25 to 35 minutes. Cool completely. Cut and serve with scoop of ice cream, if desired.
Combine first three ... minutes. Spread Cool Whip on top, then sprinkle with Bits 'O Brickle. Keep frozen until ready to serve. ... making a day ahead.)
Cut cake in ... on half the Heath Bar bits. Repeat layers, ... cake cubes, and ending with bits. Refrigerate. Serve in clear glass 4-ounce dessert dishes.
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