This recipe is a delicious concoction made with the "ZB Base" (aka Zucchini Base" see recipe #327581) recipe entered separately. You can use the ZB for various tasty dishes, including cake, pie, and cookies!
This is a versatile, old time favorite recipe of mine, probably from the 1950s, which utilizes your summer bounty of zucchini in several different ways. The "zucchini base" recipe can be used to make other dishes such as: lunch cake, cookies, and pie (see recipe #327672). This recipe makes 3 quarts of base; the cake uses 1 cup of ZB, the cookies use 1 cup, and the pie uses 2 cups. I believe this recipe originally came from the Pasadena Star News.
This year, my daughter Julie and I made a team effort out of making the green bean casserole for Christmas dinner. I had a recipe I'd wanted to use portions of, and together in the kitchen we made created a new twist on the old standard that was really tasty!
This easy and delicious recipe came from Jolene Britten of Gig Harbor, Washingon. It was published in Taste of Home magazine, and she says she likes to make them for picnics in the park, also making large batches and cutting them into slices to put on platters for large gatherings.
This is based on a recipe from a copy my daughter has of the cookbook “Amish Cooking” compiled by a committee of Amish Women, published by Herald Press. In the book, it is known as “Sarah Schwartz’s Rhubarb Rolls” but it makes such deliciously gooey rolls that the new name is more apt!