This is from recipegoldmine.com. I was looking for Nutella recipes and no one has posted this one. I made a variation of this with walnuts instead of hazelnuts and didn't roll in nuts just the confecioners sugar. They turned out great but I did find I had to bake them about 15 minutes to get the middle done and to crackle on top. I didn't count my cookies so maybe I made them too big. I think you could make them with any nuts you have on hand, the Nutella flavour is still there.UPDATE..In the picture I made them with hazelnuts but I didn't notice any difference in taste than when I made them with walnuts. Walnuts I get free and hazelnuts are so expensive to buy.
This is a great looking cookie on a tray of mixed cookies. Good at christmas or for bazaars or church fellowships. Or just for cookie lovers everywhere. Don't know where the recipe came from. I've had it for years.
This is so good and you can have it any time of year with your own preserved peaches. It could be made with can peaches, but really cut down on the sugar. It is a combination of other recipes that I tweaked till I got what I liked the best
After just making this again I think some may find the filling too thick so I am changing the instructions to say 2-4 tablespoons of cornstarch. We like our apples diced so it takes 3-4 large apples to achieve 4 cups. I also used the micro.this time stirring every couple minutes. No chance of burning on the bottom that way.
If you like nuts, you will love this. Not as sweet as some squares. I have a walnut tree and have lots of walnuts every year and this is my favorite walnut recipe. It comes from Company's Coming Cookbook.
This is a very nice loaf cake for any occasion. It is SO tasty. I have had the recipe for years, don't know where it came from. Glace cherries are candied cherries that you buy in the baking section of the store
This is a recipe from Cooks.com. by request. I haven't tried it yet. May 27. I finally got around to trying this. I doubled the recipe. I used a 1" cookie scoop and got 34 cookies. I sifted the cake four and icing sugar before measuring. The almonds I ground up in the food processor. They were fine but too large to be sifted. I used regular canola oil. 12 T is about 3/4 cup.
They were good but I don't think I'd make them again. I'd give them 3 stars if I was reviewing,
UPDATE--My DH loves the cookies!! I guess I will be making them again.
This is so moist and fruity tasting. I have also made it in 2 loaf pans and it takes about1 1/2 hours.I have also soaked the fruit overnight in 1/2 cup of the brandy called for in recipe for extra flavour.
From Company's Coming cookbook.I made this for a Peach pie I made and it turned out great, just like shorthbread, and by coating the shell with egg yolk before baking stops the filling from soaking in,
These were a favorite of my DS and DD when they were kids. It is from a cookbook I bought in 1958. You can make the bottom layer thicker by 1 1/2 to double the ingredients but allow a little longer cook time.
This is my adopted recipe Feb 2005
I made this today and we loved the flavor of the marmalade and ginger together. I had frozen ginger and just grated it until I had enough and mixed with the marmalade. I served this with Marg's Mash Potato Casserole #3029
This is my adopted recipe, I haven't made it yet.
All the flavors of the South baked into one casserole. If you don't like asparagus, you can substitute 2(10oz) pkg. Frozen broccoli spears, cooked, drained and chopped. Cook time includes cooking the rice.
This is my adopted recipe Feb 2005. Just finished eating this and it's good. I froze the meat and then let it thaw for about 1/2 hour before using my electric meat/bread slicer and slicing very thin. This fed 3 of us with a tiny bit left over. I think it would be good with mushrooms fried up at the same time as the garlic. The original poster used Jasmin rice.
This is one of my adopted recipes and.
I have now made this. I used my own shortbread crust #72584 but you can use any crust you want. I also made my own Peach Pie filling but for speed use a can of peach pie filling.
This is my adopted recipe as of Feb. 2005. This is pretty darned good if I do say so. I changed the recipe to use 1 1/2 cups dates as suggested by the reviewer. This is more like cake than date bars. I didn't bother with the icing.
This is one of my adopted recipes Feb 2005 and I just finished making it. This is quite different than the original recipe. The original recipe called for 2 crusts but I made a strudel type topping instead. I like my bottom crust quite thick so I used about 3/4 of the dough. With what's left over you can roll out and spread with jam or whatever and fold over and bake. The crust was very flaky and we all enjoyed the change from ordinary apple pie.