These cookies are SO light and SO YUMMY! This is my late grandfather's recipe; his favorite cookies to make for us, and my favorite to eat! Not sure if the spelling is completely correct; but he came straight from Hungary so I guess he'd know. :) Prep time does not include chill time. Yield is an estimate. (The jellies/pastry fillings used in this recipe can be found in cans in the baking isle of most grocery stores. I recommend using the "SOLO" brand.)
I have never made this myself, but found this in a magazine a long time ago (sorry, I have no idea which one). The pictures were so cute; I have no doubt the outcome is worth all the trouble. Prep time is estimated and includes chill time. Does not include time it takes to make additional cookies.
One-dish spice cake ... so easy! For some reason, my mother-in-law showed me how to make it twice... :) Make it in the cake pan, serve it straight out of the pan, and eat with some vanilla ice cream. However, if you're unsure about how well it will mix (I've never had any problems with it), feel free to use a bowl or two. ;)
Don't bother thinking about the fat content, because you'll eat them anyway! These became "Rochelle's" cookies because she is the oldest child, and was the first of the kids to start baking. I believe this is a Betty Crocker recipe, but my family knows them as "Rochelle's" because she made them so often and so well.
This is the BEST Christmas pie ever! I made it all the time for my roommates and friends in college, and we NEVER had leftovers. It is SO rich, but so delicious! My mom made it at home all the time and we ALWAYS fought for the last piece. Don't forget to serve w/ a cold glass of milk! ...Cook time includes baking the pie crust, and all refreezing times.