This is actually a Girl Scout cookie recipe from 1917. It has inspired an idea in a book that I wrote called "The Askinar Towers". In one scene two girls are selling Kingdom Kookies in order to sneak into a evil wizard's tower. The book can be found here: http://stores.lulu.com/Mentzer
This recipe comes from a 3 volume set of holiday recipes. I used real pumpkin, the graham cracker pie crust, and have added Allspice to the original recipe. This pie is highly demanded by family and friends every year. It even turned a Non-pumpkin pie eater into a genuine fan!
Although this doesn't have tea in it, it is a very fragrant holiday drink which my whole family loves. I got this from Allrecipes.com posted by Cynthia. I would suggest using a small stockpot to cook it in.
This recipe comes from the May/June 2000 issue of "Taste of Home's Quick Cooking" magazine. It is much better tasting than a container of pizza dough purchased in the store. Cooking time includes both Bread machine time and baking in oven.
From the kitchen of Charlotte Wilson. I found this recipe from Northpole.com and although I haven't tried it yet, I wanted to share it with everyone! NOTE: I added the ounce size for chips and prep time and the pan size as they weren't included. I think it's a good guess but everyone can help adjust.
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