This is an old family recipe which has been adapted from the traditional crust used with the White Family Fried Pies recipe. Both are great - this is just the one used most frequently over the past 3o years or so. I am guessing at the number of pies it will make I suppose it depends on how big you make them. Cook time is chill time. **We always make them with an apricot filling. ;) Usually made with Our Family Fried Pies
Recipe #214574 ****Updated directions per request to include post filling directions.
This is a great side dish, especially if you like corn. My DH is form Nebraska so he lived on the stuff as a child. I can't remeber were I found this recipe but its a good one--it has become a favourite in our house.
This is not the usual blender Strawberry Lemonade, but a well worth recipe for a refreshing beverage that will make your guests think they are hanging with Martha herself....you will make this again and again! DELICIOUS!
This casserole is a great comfort food and makes a good impression if cooking for company. It only has 3 steps to prepare! Who can beat that? I like to double this recipe and freeze one for a future dinner. This is a favorite of my hubby.
My family's favorite with seafood, especially with shrimp or crabcakes. It's great for brunch or a casual dinner party! Growing up, I never had grits, but I've grown to love them. :) Prep time does not include the 20 minutes needed to cook the grits.
With this lemonade syrup in the refrigerator, it's a breeze to stir up a thirst-quenching pitcher of fresh lemonade. Recipe by Kathy Kittell of Kansas came from Quick Cooking. It can be made with sugar or Splenda for Baking. If you like, substitute some fresh lime juice for the lemon juice.
A quick and easy batter becomes a batch of golden brown “dippers” that are heavenly when served with warm marinara sauce. We love them, super easy and always good for everyone! Do-Ahead Tip: You can prepare these puffs ahead. Cool puffs, wrap tightly and freeze. When ready to serve, place in muffin cups and heat in a 350ºF oven for 8 to 10 minutes or until hot
Source: Betty Crocker