This is my Aunt Dorothy's recipe. She would always serve these melt-in-your-mouth,unbelieveable tasting cookies. Aunt Dot, also my Godmother, always made hers with peach preserves, as do I. They are easy to do and prep time includes chilling. My original copy is in pretty bad shape, so I wanted to post here for safe keeping, and even though she is gone now, I know she would be thrilled I posted her recipe for all to enjoy.
I found this recipe in an old issue of TOH magazine, and since I have a freezer full of venison, thought I would give it a try. It was a huge hit with the whole family! You can add all kinds of yummy stuff to this. The original poster was Daniell Rissinger. The prep time includes the time for marinading.
My neighbor baked these for me when my first son was born, and they were so delicious. I had to have the recipe. Recently found the recipe and made these for Christmas, adding food coloring for a festive look.
I gave a small baby shower for a scout mom, and needed a cute, inexpensive favor. Found this on the internet, but made a few changes, instead of Dixie cups, I used Solo bathroom size, (3 oz.) plastic cups instead. You can find them at the grocery store. They are stronger, and work great. The shower I gave was for a baby boy, but you can use any color ribbon for the booties, everyone at the shower commented on how cute they looked!
This is a simple, light, and very pretty dessert, you of course can change the flavors of jello, I made this for the 4th of July, using blueraspberry, and cherry jello, and the flavors listed below at Christmas, are very pretty, and of course everybody loves jello. Time includes chilling.
What a delicious way to use up all that summer zucchini! The caramel frosting on these moist bars add so much to this recipe. My frosting set up fast, so I spread and frosted at the same time. You can cut your bars small or large size, I liked mine smaller. My kids really liked this, but I never mention they had zucchini in them! (hehe)!
These are a good hearty burger, kind of like a pizza sloppy joe. Delicious and easy to do! I usually cut back a little on the garlic salt, you can do what you like. You can make these ahead, and just pop them in the oven when ready.
This is a very tasty dish. I just recently found the recipe, again, it fell out of one of my cookbooks. I had it since we got married, think it came from an old hunting magazine. We really enjoyed this.