This recipe is really close to my heart, Losing my Mom September 15th 2001, I just now was able to go through her belongings, I found this recipe that she had for years, A note was attached to it that brought tears to my eyes, It said,"My son Johnney's favorite." She would make this for me all the time.
Did you know that you probably have everything you need to dye Easter eggs naturally, right there in your kitchen cupboard? Vegetables such as red cabbage, onion skins, and coffee can be used to color plain white eggs and turn them into beautifully muted, soft pastel colors - Easter treasures! Kids really enjoy figuring out what color different materials will produce -- pretty much the same way our foremothers did when they were experimenting with homegrowns! *Vinegar acts as a dye mordant or dye set. Vinegar works best with spices such as turmeric or beans such as coffee. You do not need to add vinegar to dyes made with berries or herbs. It may morph your color to grey or brown.
I got this low calorie low fat recipe on one of those food network channels, It was great! Here the Nutrition Information: Calories: 126 Total Fat: 1.5 grams Saturated Fat: 1 gram Carbohydrates: 28 grams Fiber: 3 grams
Rich and buttery, My Grandmother made these for us when I was a kid. If you don't have almond extract, you can use 2 teaspoons of vanilla in its place. Any type of nuts can be used in place of the walnuts.