American bake dairy recipes with 400 or fewer calories costing less than $2.0 per serving

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Wisconsin State Fair Cream Puffs

Wisconsin State Fair Cream Puffs

I received this recipe from the family descendants who introduced this delectable treat. The Wisconsin Bakers…

Robyn Savoie
Jul 2013
Advanced
5 votes
19688 views
Rhubarb Cheesecake

Rhubarb Cheesecake

An exquisite cheesecake made with fresh rhubarb and finished with sour cream topping. Shown without topping to show off the awesome marble effect.…

Robyn Savoie
Sep 2013
Advanced
1 vote
4083 views
Chef Teddy Chocolate Swiss Roll

Chef Teddy Chocolate Swiss Roll

Teddy Hedrington
Apr 2020
Professional
1 vote
862 views
Bacon Tater Egg Cups

Bacon Tater Egg Cups

Bacon Tater Egg Cups are packed full of protein and veggies! Make ahead and easily reheat. The perfect way to start your day!

Culinary Envy
May 2016
Advanced
1 vote
1490 views
sweet cornbread

sweet cornbread

This cornbread recipe is simple and delicious. All you need is two large bowls, a solid 13x9 pan, and some bakers joy cooking spray. Oh, an oven…

Memeres Hot Damn-Yankee Yummies
May 2010
Advanced
3 votes
4241 views
Andes Chip Dessert

Andes Chip Dessert

viper
Feb 2018
Intermediate
1 vote
1252 views
Cranberry-Orange Cream Scones

Cranberry-Orange Cream Scones

A quick recipe for beginners and very easy to make home made scones.

Joyce Leung
Feb 2009
Intermediate
2 votes
4866 views
Lemon Coconut Tarts

Lemon Coconut Tarts

A wonderful Light and flavorful bite. Sweet custard darted with a bright lemony twist. Fantastic for a Spring take along to any party :)

Laurie Alves
Feb 2011
Advanced
2 votes
2966 views
Mexican Cornbread

Mexican Cornbread

This is not regular cornbread! I love grits and cornmeal mush unsweetened. My husband likes putting syrup on any cornbread. I tried a Mexican corn…

Nancy Jo 'Schmidt' Austin
Feb 2017
Intermediate
1 vote
1086 views
Outrageous Rhubarb Coffee Cake

Outrageous Rhubarb Coffee Cake

This is delicious with fresh peaches chopped instead of rhubarb.

David St. John
Apr 2016
Advanced
1 vote
1360 views