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Cheeseburger Cookies.

The second photo is from your friendly neighborhood webmaster, Jamie Wallace.
It delighted the crowd at a my son's school bake sale. Yummy and fun!

Just made Joanne's Blueberry Muffins for my co-workers!
Can't wait for the next book.
Photo by Chris Trethewey

I've made these delicious Oatmeal Apple Pancakes for my family. They are easy to make, full of flavor, and healthy.
Looking forward to the next Hannah Swensen mystery.
Photo by Carolina Douglas

This is the Rhubarb-Custard Cake. I made it for my daughter-in-law as she loves anything rhubarb. Since she lost her father this past week, I decided she needed some comforting and I can't think of anything that is more comforting than this recipe. Thank you so much for the wonderful Hannah Swenson books and recipes. I have all of them and treasure each one of the books. I cannot wait until the next Hannah Swenson books comes out
Photo by Rebecca Creek

Pork and bean bread. This flew in and out of the toaster! It was moist and wonderful. I topped it with orange blossom honey butter and blackberry jam. OMGravy! It was to die for. Please write more Hannah mysteries. I just odered 2 copies of the cook book, one for me and one for my daughter-in-law.
Photo by Rebecca Creek


My name is Maiu Seguin and Im a big fan of Joanne Fluke's murder mystery books. I plan to do 3 recipes from every book ;) Just wanted to say big THANK YOU! The first 3 that I did were - Pineapple Delights, Kitty's Orange Cake and Cappuccino Royales. I've done the orange cake 5 times already in 2 weeks and I'm gaining a lot of unwanted weight :) It's just so good. And the Cappuccino Royales my friends just love these. And my husbands co-workers are asking for more Pineapple Delights :) Almost done with the "Carrot Cake Murder", will pick my favorite recipes soon ;) I wrote a blog entry about it as well because people need to know about these books and these awesome recipes: Girls Across the Pond


Baked these Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies (Plum Pudding Murder).
We added a handful of chocolate chips to the second batch.
Definite winners!

I love reading these books on the beach.
Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Photo by Megan McNulty

Triplet Chiplet Cookies! I had an itch to bake and lots of feft over chips in the cupboard.
Instead of using white chocolate chips, I used Heath backing chips. I used a 1 tbsp scoop and got 86 cookies out of a half batch!
Photo by Renate Garrison
Portland, Oregon

These cream puffs were such a hit last Christmas, that they are now a new family tradition.
Submitted by Christine Keck

Hollenbeck's Mexican Hotdish recipe.
The kitties enjoyed it as much as their family.
It was as fabulous as are the books!
Photos by Amber Bright

Linda submitted these luscious Christmas Sugar Cookies that
decorated a Easter (Spring) Cookie Decorating Day.

We made these Mega Monster Chocolate Chip Cookies with the recipe
from Cream Puff Murder. We couldn't wait for it to cool down or even take the pictures! Thanks for the recipe!
Photo by Brandy

These Chocolate Chip Pretzel Cookies were really good!
I can't wait for your next book to come out. I read the whole
series last year. Thanks for the recipe!
Photo by Laura Oskins
St. Jo, MI

These "Black and Whites" were so good,
she might have to bake some for her friends at work!
Photo by Lauren McCormick


Anna Wunder made this Chicken Tetrazzini Hotdish
for the boys at home.


My family loves these Mint Softies, especially
with fudge frosting and peppermint
candy chips on top!
Photos by Denise Hoke


Merry Berry Cookies.
The best thumbprints I've ever made!
   I made these Butterscotch Bonanza Bars from Devil's Food Cake Murder. I made them because I had all of the ingredients on hand and I have a weakness for butterscotch. The hardest part was waiting for them to cool, I ended up putting them in the freezer. The bars lasted only a matter of hours. My fiance brought half of them down to our neighbors to share. I will definitely be making these again.

Photo by Jordan Brigman

I baked this key lime pie from the Key Lime Pie Murder, which was the first Hannah Swensen mystery I have read. I have since started a goal of reading each novel in the series in one year, baking the title recipe, and blogging about both. Wish me luck!

Photo by James Anneka
I made "Tickled Pink Lemonade Cookies" from Red Velvet Cupcake Murder for my family this weekend and even my teenage nephews LOVED these pretty pink cookies!
Photo by Amy McCurry

Hannah's Special Carrot Cake was made for Easter
and it was SO delicious! My whole family loved it.
Now I'll have to make it every Easter!
Photo by Gibson Adams

Chocolate Chip Crunch Cookies.
Photo by Katey Howarter

Stacy Jarrell has been cooking up a storm!

Blueberry Shortbread Bars.
I really liked that they were
not too sweet.

Your Breakfast in a Muffin recipe was FABULOUS!
I cut the recipe in half and they turned out wonderful!

Magic Caramel Chocolate Cookie Bars.
Try using a jelly roll pan to thin the cookie
part so it cooks more evenly. These are really good!

The Chocolate Crack was a huge hit
 with the neighborhood kids!

My Moms' group loved the Rocky Road Bars!

The Scandinavian Almond Cake
recipe is one of my absolute favorites
and a favorite of my Moms Group.  I never
come home with any leftovers! 

Merry Berry Cookies
A cake-like cookie with a jam filled
center, YUM

Ooey Gooey Bars
Made with almonds, make sure you let them cool
completely for the crust to set.
Blueberry Muffins
(minus the crumb topping)
These are perfect!
LOVE them!
Almond Kisses. The dough looks like sand, but it is
absolutely delicious when baked. The kisses get a few odd bubbles when they bake.

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