I found this recipe in the March ’06 Good Housekeeping Magazine and had to try it immediately! We all loved it! I made a few minor changes to the frosting: I used 4 cups sugar, 8 oz. cream cheese, 1 teaspoon vanilla, and I also added some grated lemon peel (maybe 1 tsp.) Both cake and frosting were deliciously lemony! :)
This recipe came from a McCall's B-B-Q cookbook published in 1966! My mother used to make this often, and we all loved it! Now it has become one of my family's favorites. It is also good with flank steak!! (I never use a 4 lb. steak, so we just have more sauce!)
I got this recipe from a friend of mine. We think these cookies are delicious! A nice hint of orange to an oatmeal cookie! I usually double this recipe, and (if I'm feeling nutty! I'll add some chopped pecans! (Prep time does not include soaking the raisins overnight in the liqueur.)
You've got to try this! This is my mom's recipe--it's delicious and easy to prepare! Kids love it, too! The recipe calls for bread crumbs, but we prefer crushed Ritz crackers. Depending on the size of your zucchini, most people can eat two halves.
Two recipes in one! It’s delicious as a plain pound cake or add the cinnamon pecan mixture and it's a Cinnamon Pecan Swirl Pound Cake! Either way, it gets rave reviews!
(Note: I do not use lemon extract with the cinnamon pecan mixture—only vanilla.)