Homemade Easter Treat Recipes

We have quite a collection of delicious Easter treats now. I have made a few of them, I hope you will too. They are mainly candy and breads, but there’s a traditional cheese spread here too. Easter is approaching on April 21st, so that gives you plenty of time to plan and execute your homemade … Continue reading

Peanut Butter Eggs, Made

Not too long ago, I posted three recipes for peanut butter eggs, and at the time I thought they sounded pretty easy. So, this past weekend I decided to try one of them! Here we go. Here’s the ingredient list: 1 lb box xxx sugar 3/4 c melted butter or oleo pinch of salt 1/2 … Continue reading

Happy Easter!!

As you celebrate Easter in whatever way you prefer, why not add in some of the wonderful candy treats we have looked at recently? Here are links to all of them. Mashed Potato Cream Eggs Cream Easter Eggs Cherry Easter Eggs Chocolate Fudge Eggs Peanut Butter Eggs You could even use a mold, such as … Continue reading

Nut filling

Many of these recipes seem to work with others in the collection, such as this one for nut filling. It could go well with Verne’s Basic Dough, Poppy Seed Rolls, or any of the kolacky recipes. Nut Filling 1 lb walnuts (ground) 2 egg whites ( beaten with fork) 1 c sugar 2 T honey … Continue reading

Verne’s Cottage Cheese Filling

I teased you recently about a filling for Verne’s Basic Dough and here it is. This filling contains a neutral flavored cheese, sweetened and then with coconut and raisins. To me, that does not sound like something I want to eat, but that’s probably because I don’t like coconut. You could probably omit that easily. … Continue reading

Poppy Seed Roll Cake Dough

There in the corner, where it says “from the kitchen of…” is one of the wonderful aspects of these old recipe cards I love. People traded recipes after they had tried a sampling of someone’s cooking. In this example, we assume that F. Kotch had these roll/cakes at some sort of gathering, maybe even a … Continue reading