BeveragesLooking at Cooking with Mildred Swift If you need a punch bowl and just don't have one, don't worry. Take a roll of aluminum foil 7 inches wide and the largest mixing bowl you can find. Measure circumference of bowl. Cut 3 of aluminum foil, two red and one gold, 2 inches longer than circumference … Continue reading Let’s Make the Punch Bowl
Jeanette Price VaughanFamily Treasures Spread about 3 cups flour in a baking pan and cook in a 350 oven for 25-30 minutes, stirring with a fork about every 10 minutes. May need to cook a little longer to get it as brown as you want it. Store in a jar. Makes gravy making easier.
Kenneth VaughanFamily Treasures Put 1 cup skim milk in blender. Add 1 banana, which has been frozen in 3 or 4 chunks. Add 2 or 3 packages Sweet'N® Low and 1/2 tsp vanilla or sprinkle of nutmeg. Blend until smooth. This is very good. You can use any frozen fruit instead of the banana -- … Continue reading Sugar-Free Milk Shake
Cliff and Jackie Price Family Treasures 1 cup thoughts2 cup sacrifice3 cup well beaten faults1 cup good deeds1 cup consideration for others7 cup forgiveness Add all ingredients to thoughts. Mix ingredients up good. Add tears of joy, sorrow, and sympathy. Then you flavor with little gifts of love and kindly service. Now you pour in … Continue reading Cake Without Sugar
Cliff and Jackie PriceFamily Treasures Combine 40 marshmallows (regular size), 1 stick oleo, 1 tsp vanilla, and 2 tsp green food coloring in large pan. Heat on medium until melted. Remove from stove and pour 4 cups of cornflakes into mixture. Stir until cornflakes are covered. Spoon out onto Christmas round plate or tray into … Continue reading Christmas Wreath to Eat
Linda Fomby BradyFamily Treasures 1/4 lb butter or oleo1 tsp celery salt1/4 tsp thyme1/4 tsp cayenne papper1 tsp seasoned salt1/4 tsp oregano1/4 tsp onion powder4 drops Tabasco® Melt butter and stir in herbs and spices. Serve warm.
Jeanette Price Vaughan Family Treasures 1 cup sugar1/2 tsp cinnamon1/2 tsp allspice1/3 cup Pet® milk1 tsp vanilladash of salt1/2 tsp nutmeg1/2 tsp ginger1 Tbsp margarine2 cup pecan halves Mix sugar, salt, and spices, add milk. Cook till firm ball forms in cold water (almost instantly). Cook till firm ball forms in cold water (almost instantly). … Continue reading Clem Tucker’s Spice Pecans
Ethel WickesFarmerville First Baptist Church Sesquicentennial Cookbook 1847-1997 1 cup flour1/2 cup salt2 tsp cream of tartar1 cup water1 Tbsp oil Mix flour, salt, cream of tartar in boiler. Add water and oil. Cook over LOW heat until mixture comes together in a ball. Stir in all times. Remove from heat and knead. May be … Continue reading Play Dough
Ruby Stewart Farmerville First Baptist Church Sesquicentennial Cookbook 1847-1997 6 cup Special K12 oz jar smooth peanut butter Bring to a boil: 1 cup Karo syrup1 cup sugar Stir in peanut butter and cereal. Drop on wax paper. https://amzn.to/3De4HOJ
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