This a great recipe to make with kids and for kids. I sent these along with my daughter for her Valentine's Day party. There are many students with allergies, such as milk, wheat, and nuts, and this was a treat they could all enjoy! Cook time is chill time.
This is my friend Crystal's recipe. She made it for supper one evening and my husband and I just loved it! She was kind enough to share the recipe with me and I wonder if she knew that I would be kind enough to share it with all of you :)
I made this cake for my daughter Kezia's 4th birthday. It was a winter themed party and my husband even built a little toboggan slide in our backyard. This is a fun cake to make and a real show piece! A little time consuming, but worth every smile on my daughter's face! Prep time does not include cooling time.
This is an adopted recipe that I chose because I had made and loved this recipe. This recipe freezes great and is a great OAMC recipe. Original intro: "I found this in a TOH magazine and fell in love with it! I have made a few changes to the original to suit our tastes better. I hope you'll like it, too!" (Thanks cbw)
From Company's Coming "Chocolate Everything" Yum! This recipe is great to make in a crockpot before going skating or tobogganning. Upon arriving home, you will be greeted with a sweet smelling house and a steaming hot drink to warm you up.
I made these for an appetizer evening and they were a big hit. The shells can be made ahead of time and frozen which is great for cutting your prep time on the big day. This looks especially festive at Christmas with green and red pepper jelly. If you make your own jelly, you can serve these at a Bridal shower in the bride's colors ;)
From Company's Coming Slow Cooker Recipes. I love to make this when my kids have skating lessons. I can throw it into the crockpot after school and when lessons are over, dinner is waiting. If you are lucky enough to have two crock pots, you can have a glazed ham going in the other one and your dinner is ready to go!
This has been my Mom's specialty for as long as I can remember. This is another recipe that people not from Mennonite background look at and just shake their heads! (Pudding from CEREAL!!??!!)However, to me, it remains a childhood memory and a traditional Mennonite dish that reminds me of my heritage. My mom always served this with strawberry or raspberry sauce.
Oh, the memories of this recipe! This is a favourite Mennonite Tradition for a summer meal. This is my mom's favourite recipe for Roll Kuchen. I remember fondly the time my parent's spent making this and how they doubled and tripled the recipe for family gatherings. To non-Mennonites the idea of having these with watermelon strikes them as very strange--Watermelon and doughnuts??!!?? But for me and my family it is a food that we enjoy and look forward to having! Cook time is per batch of 4-6 roll kuchen.