I found this in my mothers recipe card box. I have never tried it, but it sounds good. I'm sure it would be great for Christmas breakast with coffee or cocoa. Get the kids to help with the twisting and decorating.
This recipe is so easy my mother would let me make it when I was only 10. I love raspberry and apricot jam, so those two would be used most often. Sometimes I would use lemon curd just to mix things up a bit.
This recipe was cut from the outer packaging of Land O Lakes butter back in the '60s by my mother. She saved it and used it as a recipe card all these years. These cookies are so good and easy to make. There are variations at the end of the recipe (we've tried them all).
These Popovers are so yummy! My mom would make them when we had beef stew. Sometimes she would pipe vanilla pudding into them and they would be dessert or a snack after school. No matter how we had them, they didn't last long.
This is a very rich and sweet pie, but a small piece goes a long way. We have this every Thanksgiving and Christmas and there is usually none left at the end of the day. The prep time will vary depending on whether you make your own crust or use store-bought. The time shown is when using store bought.
This recipe has been in our family for generatioins. We use it at all "turkey" holidays. The crackers absorb excess grease so the stuffing will be firm. I use leftover stuffing to make meat pies. For a smaller turkey you can cut the recipe in half.
I got this recipe from the back of a bag of Hershey's Cinnamon Chips. My father loves these cookies and is always asking me to "make a batch". They are chewey and sweet and delicious and you won't believe how fast they go.
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