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Paula's classic cobbler is a great way to use sweet summer peaches. Top it with whipped cream or go a la mode with a scoop of vanilla.
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Frozen Key Lime Pie
Ina's take on Key Lime Pie is extra refreshing thanks to several hours in the freezer. The crust takes 10 minutes in the oven, but the rest of this recipe is no-cook.
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The Neelys' Homemade Peach Ice Cream
Pat and Gina use fresh ripe peaches and peach nectar for their extra fruity ice cream. Drizzle it with Praline Pecan Sauce for a decadent finish.
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These treats combine everything there is to love about two favorites: They've got a crunchy graham cracker crust, fudgy brownie center and gooey toasted marshmallow topping.
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This five-minute dessert layers orange marmalade, vanilla-sweetened whipped cream and chocolate shavings.
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Blueberry Lemon Crepes
Melissa's crepes are filled with blueberry jam or preserves and a hit of lemon for a little tartness. They'd also make a great brunch dish.
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Peach and Strawberry Crumble
Giada's crumble combines two summer all-stars: strawberries and peaches. Its crunchy, nutty topping couldn't be easier.
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Limoncello Raspberry Torte
Claire's no-cook torte is spiked with limoncello, a lemon dessert liqueur from Italy. She serves it with shortbread cookies for a sweet take on cheese and crackers.
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Kiwi Snow Kones
Sunny's shaved ice dessert needs just three ingredients, plus water and ice. Kids and adults will love the sweet-tart kiwi flavor.
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