My husband remembers his grandmother serving this cool summer slush. I keep it on hand all summer by putting cubes into zip-lock bags. Make it into ice cubes for the easiest serving option, or make it more "slushy" by freezing in a pan and scraping off layers with a spoon or using ice shaver. I usually buy a 1 quart can of pineapple juice and 12 oz cans of orange juice and just make a double batch, using half the ingredients in each blender full. Cook time is approximate freeze time.
A little different than what I've seen posted here, this is out of Taste of Home, but tweaked a hair. Don't let the ingredients scare you off, this is refreshing and sweet, but not too sweet, and with less oil than most dressings...better on fruit IMHO.
A VERY special treat. This recipe has lots of steps, not particularly difficult, but requires some patience and technique to get these looking perfect for gift giving. The taste is PHENOMENAL. You will not be disappointed. A dear friend gave me this recipe. I make several batches each year as gifts, and the last batch, I HIDE two large pastries as our traditional Christmas breakfast. Enjoy!
My husband's family favorite. These are GREAT, you'll thank yourself for trying them. The chocolate is a nice surprise when you're expecting raisins! Yield and cook times are approximate. Don't over bake, this is a soft, cake-like cookie. Enjoy!
I got this recipe at a church lesson evening. I make HUGE batches and store them in plastic bags in the freezer in place of popsicles...at least they are a little healthier than frozen kool-aid! I don't know how long it takes them to freeze, I just do them the night before.
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