This recipe comes from "A Collection Of The Very Finest Recipes Ever Assembled Into One Cookbook". From 1979. These are amazing cookies. I love sugar cookies, and was skeptical when I saw this recipe, but I thought I'd give it the benefit of the doubt, and just let me say, they are WONDERFUL. *NOTE*: Use fork tines dipped in brown sugar to form. It leaves a nice light "crust" if you will on top.
This recipe comes straight from "The Sweet Potato Queens' Big-Ass Cookbook. Another one of those things where I'm gonna write down the recipe exactly like it's portrayed in the cookbook.....you have to do the Queen's justice. :)
I found this recipe a while ago and decided to share. It is so rich--the recipe originally called for nuts, but honestly you do not need them. This fudge is heavenly and besides, not everyone likes nuts. Of course you may add them by stirring in the fudge mixture or pressing into topping. I hope you enjoy! 8)
I got this out of the "Mom's Best Desserts" cookbook. I collect cookbooks, and I picked this one up at a garage sale, and I always try to make at least one recipe out of a cookbook a week, and this was it. These are super tasty, and I think that the cinnamon adds a great taste. I've never added cinnamon before and I think that really makes a difference.
This recipe is from a Taste Of Home Magazine too. I will never buy a boxed corn muffin mix again. This was very simple, and they taste so much better! And they don't fall apart on me, like the boxed mix kind. Super Yummy!
This is AMAZING! It's from the All Recipes Cookbook. You can kind of decide if it's a salad or a casserole. To me it's best potato casserole I think I've ever tasted! I had to pull myself away from the pan and kitchen all together or I'd still be in there stuffing my face! This has been altered a tad for my taste...do as you see fit :)