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    My mother-in-law makes these every year around Christmas. These are my husband's favorites! I have even been able to easily make them Gluten free by using GF oats.

    Recipe #511802

    This is a recipe I got from a gal who has been making lefse for years! It's an easy recipe and I always get rave reviews from it. Many around my area (who are have very Norwegian heritage) swear by using Potato Buds to get the authentic old fashioned riced potato taste. All of the other recipes are slightly different and many use a milk or cream. This doesn't and is super easy!

    Recipe #470868

    The idea for this recipe came from the Pampered Chef catalog, they had a banana carmel ravioli. I don't care for banana's in anyother way than the way they grow on trees but thought it would be tasty using pecans instead for a turtle ravioli. Here's what I came up with.

    Recipe #441567

    Here's a recipe that was in the Pampered Chef catalog. Looks complicated because it seems to have a lot of steps but is acutally very easy!

    Recipe #441565

    This is a quick simple dessert that's easy to throw together! We really like this with some vanilla ice cream, YUM! I've used frozen rhubarb with this as well, be sure it it thawed and drained before using. I've also halved this in an 8x8 pan with good success as well. I usually use twice the amount of rhubarb it asks for in the recipe.

    Recipe #425881

    This is a traditional Norweigian rice pudding with meringue that I make for my church every year for Syttende Mai, I got the recipe from my church. I live in a VERY Scandanavian town! Enjoy!

    Recipe #425879

    These are really cute I made them for a Halloween party with the nutter butter ghosts. The original recipe calls for Oreo's or ChipsAhoy which I didn't have in the house so I improvised. Pretty well anything round that tastes good covered in almond bark would be tasty:) This came from a pdf from Kraft I believe.

    Recipe #333428

    This recipe was on TLC's Take Home Chef and it is quite tasty! Where I am I couldn't find spearmint leaves so I did without and it was still pretty good. I also didn't rim the glasses but chose to use the grated chocolate in the martini to give it more chocolate, mmmmm! I've also found that the pampered chef microplane adjustable grate works wonderful for the chocolate! (I just got one and decided to try it-magic!!!)

    Recipe #319149

    Again another one of my Grandma Clark's recipes our family LOVES. It is at almost every family gathering. I have used 'store bought' icing before and it works OK but I prefer to make my own powdered sugar icing. This is a LARGE recipe and my servings are a guess as my family eats the cookies before I can count. I often half this recipe to make a more manageable number of cookies.

    Recipe #316450

    These are my grandma Clark's donuts. Our family LOVES them! They always go over quickly. I also entered them into the local fair and won a blue ribbon with them! They actually do last more than 1-2 days and taste OK although soggy. I prefer them fresh, warm, and crunchy. The yield is just a guess, I never remember how many they make and by the time I think to count half are gone:) I fry mine 3 at a time in a fry daddy in vegetable oil, my grandma uses a square electric skillet and fries 4-6 at a time.

    Recipe #316359

    I got this recipe from our OT at school. It was a hit and is a hit every time I bring it anywhere. I took it to a girls weekend and my girlfriends couldn't keep their hands out of it! I wanted to be sure I could always find this recipe;) It works well to split the mixture into 3-4 9"x13" pans so you can stir it easily and bake.

    Recipe #310380

    I am always searching for this recipe so I decided to post this to prevent my loss of it forever. I am always asked for this recipe when I bring it places. This is a recipe that came from my grandmother and I LOVE them! They are picky at times and can turn out over cruncy but we've found that 10 seconds or so in the microwave make them perfect again! I haven't seen this one on Recipezaar yet. A few tips: Follow the 'counts', this ratio works; make sure to use LOW heat; margarine works better than butter; cover as soon as you finish pressing into pan. Note: Cooking time includes possible stovetop time

    Recipe #298650

    My favorite part of the caramel roll is the pecans on top so I created this recipe by combining a couple of different recipes to curb my craving. I'm not a huge fan of sweet rolls so this gives me what I want without wasting the rolls. I will often half this because it gives me plenty since they are addicting!

    Recipe #298408


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