Blackberry or Raspberry Lemon Cheesecake

Blackberry or Raspberry Lemon Cheesecake This melt-in-your-mouth dessert will wow your family and friends. Velvety lemony cheesecake with berry puree swirled through on a gingersnap crust. A little bit of work to make it, but absolutely worth the effort! From A+ Recipes from Hickory Hollow Christian School, submitted by Laura Showalter. 9-inch springform pan 1... Continue Reading →

Hungarian Apricot Kolaches and Nut Rolls

Hungarian Apricot Kolaches and Nut Rolls These adorable little cookies are as tasty as they are beautiful. My Hungarian grandmother made these using ice cream for the dough, but sometimes I use the cream cheese version. I share both dough variations and filling for the kolaches and nut rolls below. Enjoy! Ice Cream Dough2 cups... Continue Reading →

Mom’s Creamy Grape Salad

Mom's Creamy Grape Salad This creamy grape salad is refreshing during the summer and a lighter alternative to traditional desserts of the holiday season. Using red and green grapes makes it a nice Christmas dish, and kids and adults LOVE it! Naturally gluten free. 2 lbs red grapes, seedless2 lbs green grapes, seedless1 8 oz... Continue Reading →

Easy Chocolate Pie

Chocolate Pie The alternative name for this pie should be, The Pie Everyone Will Want to Recipe For. Dense, cholately, not too sweet but totally dessert, and even healthy-ish. The filling is more sturdy than a pudding or mousse pie and holds up well at a potluck table. Even those who resist "healthy" will fall... Continue Reading →

Regina’s Mississippi Mud Bars

Regina's Mississippi Mud Bars A mash-up of two recipes, this dessert is loved by the masses! Peanut allergy alert, but aside from that, you'll win the dessert table with this creation every time. For the Cake1 cup butter ((2 sticks))2 cups white sugar4 eggs1/3 cup cocoa1 1/2 cups all purpose flour1 1/2 teaspoon baking powderFilling2... Continue Reading →

Hot Fudge Sundae Cake

Hot Fudge Sundae Cake This simple dessert makes any occassion special! Quick to put together. Staple ingredients. And oh so yum! See recipe note at the end. 1 cup all purpose flour3/4 cup granulated sugar2 Tablespoons baking cocoa (plus more for later, see further down)2 teaspoons baking powder1/4 teaspoon salt1/2 cup milk2 Tablespoons vegetable oil1... Continue Reading →

Mom’s Red Velvet Cake

  Mom's Red Velvet Cake (or Cupcakes) with Boiled Flour Frosting This deluxe super-moist melt-in-your-mouth cake will steal any show! The boiled flour frosting is not too sweet and compliments the cake perfectly. This is a stunning Christmas cake decorated with winter flowers or Valentine's Day dessert with chocolate hearts or curls. Our children made... Continue Reading →

Oatmeal Creme Pies

Oatmeal Creme Pies These delightful treats take a little time to bake and assemble, but you’ll taste the love and delicious goodness in every bite. They are an incredible homemade version of store-bought oatmeal creme pies. For the Cookies1 cup butter or vegetable shortening3 cups brown sugar, packed4 eggs2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground... Continue Reading →

Rainbow or Fun Colored Cupcakes

Rainbow or Fun Colored Cupcakes These yummy basic cupcakes are simple to make and can be easily customized for flavor and color. For Christmas, color 1/3 batter green, 1/3 batter red, and leave 1/3 white. This recipe was submitted to the Rohrer Family and Friends cookbook by Chloe Robinson. 1 Cup White sugar1/2 Cup Butter2... Continue Reading →

Seven-Minute Frosting

Seven-Minute Frosting This is our favorite frosting. It’s not too sweet and has the taste and consistency of marshmallow fluff. 2 Egg whites3/4 Cups white sugar1/3 Cup Light corn syrup2 Tablespoons Water1/4 Teaspoon Salt1/4 Teaspoon Cream of tarter1 Teaspoon Vanilla Combine first 6 ingredients in a large double boiler. Cook over rapidly boiling water, while... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑