Posted By: Mama Mangia 
Jul 11  # 1 of 12


36 vanilla wafers
1 2/3 c. (10 oz.) Nestle Toll House Swirled Morsels, divided
2 pkgs. (8 oz. each) cream cheese
c. sugar
2 T. flour
2 large eggs
1 t. vanilla extract

happiness gorpti Preheat oven to 350* F. Line 36 muffin cups; place wafer in each. Place 5 to 6 morsels o top of each wafer. Beat cream cheese, sugar and flour until creamy. Add eggs and vanilla; beat well. Spoon heaping tablespoon mixture into each cup. Bake 15 to 17 minutes or until just set and not browned. While still warm, top with remaining morsels. Cool. Cover and refrigerate.
 Posted By: roobee71 
Nov 25  # 2 of 12
Hi there. I just joined the site today (11-25-07) and am going crazy reading. I think I just found my next experiment when I read this recipe. My dad will LOVE you for this one. I always use him as my "test subject" when baking something I haven't tried before. I think I'll add some cherry pie filling to the top and see what happens.
I LOVE THIS SITE. :):):):)
 Posted By: Mama Mangia 
Nov 26  # 3 of 12
Wonderful! So glad you found us! Enjoy the recipes!
 Posted By: Cook Chatty Cathy 
Nov 27  # 4 of 12
:)Hi Roobee71,
I am new also and you have a real reason to be excited! You will get so much out of this forum, and I am sure you will add to this forum as well!
Just wanted to welcome you and let you know Mama M (as I call her) has some fabulous recipes, as well as many of the others here!
Have Fun, Cathy:p
 Posted By: roobee71 
Dec 3  # 5 of 12
Love your name...I should have called myself chatty something. You'll soon realize what I mean. My mom and I LOVE to cook so I will be spending a LOT of time here. I've already tried a couple of recipes I found here and can't wait to keep going. This is my favorite time of year for baking. I can bake all day long and not have to worry about who's going to eat all the stuff I make. :confused: My dad can only eat so much at a time then his Dr. gets mad at me. :p
Thanks for replying and I look forward to sharing recipes with everyone here. I make a lot of stuff just by looking in the cabinets and deciding what sounds good. If the "concoction" (sp?) turns out well, I'll share.
Thanks again,