From Quick Cooking 2001 recipe
Light and refreshing dessert. Very pretty in a trifle bowl. Leave time for trifle to chill for at least 4 hours before serving.
Note: Not sure of the size of a normal envelope of dry whipped topping mix - just the standard size is needed. You can use a store bought angel food cake or make one at home.
From Family Circle magazine - have no idea when as I just cut out the recipe card with the picture. This is made in a jelly-roll pan.
I have made this recipe again and used just 2 cups of flour (instead of the original 3 cups and the cake was flat so I'd suggest adjusting to 2 1/4 - 2 1/2 cups of flour) It should have the normal consistency of a cake batter when finished mixing.
From Kraftfoods(dot)com website. I made these for a party and I've had so many people request the recipe. Kraft calls for using finely chopped onions but I skipped that just to make it an even faster appetizer to get on the table.
A quick and easy cookie to make without having to turn on the oven. If you like them a bit more soft, just use approximately 2 cups of the oats. Easy enough for kid cooks & first time cooks. (The hour passive work time is to allow the cookies to cool completely)
From TOH Holiday magazine submitted by D. Clay. A luscious pie that has a beautiful presentation. Different from the other pies listed on this site and possibly a bit more labor intensive. Prep time does not include time to bake the pastry shell. Passive time includes the time necessary to chill in the refrigerator.
Very close to my mom's ham and bean soup.
*Update 2/5/08* My mom called and said she never used a bay leaf in her soup so if I'm going to keep her name on this recipe I need to remove the bay leaf :-) -- I always listen to my mom (well at least now!)
From D. Huffer in the Simple & Delicious magazine. I need some place to keep this recipe safe from the recycling bin monitored by DH. They say reduced fat or generic brands of peanut butter are not recommended for this recipe.