Have ice cream cones but no ice cream? Got some Redi-Whip handy? Make a toddler happy at dessert time with a pseudo-ice cream cone. This is really low in calories but it feels like a really special treat. Great for young toddlers who may not be familiar with ice cream in cones yet.
My Grandma always used to make these for Christmas. They're super simple and easy. They won't be the prettiest looking cookie on the plate but they taste yummy. I rediscovered the recipe from an old Lutheran Church Women's Cookbook from Vining, MN that my sister had.
I like the leek soup mix but I wanted to bulk it up with meat and vegetables. I combined a few recipes to come up with this one. I like that it's simple, at least once I learned not to boil the milk. It still tastes OK of the milk boils, just not the perfect texture.
I've got rave reviews for this awesome potato side dish. Great for potlucks since it's done in a CrockPot. I have to give credit to "Best Loved Slow Cooker Recipes" Cookbook for this recipe. Add ham and green beans to make it a main dish.
It is a versatile frosting without the to-sweet flavor. Works well for decorating and piping. Also a good cake filling. On top of all that, it's super simple. Great for ice cream cakes. More stable that plain whipped cream frosting.
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