Pecan Pie / Fruit Bavarian

This little slip of paper is about 3×4 inches and you can see it has writing on the back as well. The two recipes don’t really go together in my mind, and wouldn’t even be in the same part of the cookbook, but for some reason the went together for the person who wrote them … Continue reading

Cranberry Wheat Bread

This is another orange/cranberry bread that sounds lovely for an autumn meal. I wonder if you could make this as rolls instead of a loaf? Note, there is no yeast listed in the ingredients – the baking powder, baking soda and salt are your raising agents. Cranberry Wheat Bread 2 cups unsifted flour 1 cup … Continue reading

Chocolate Pecan Pie

I’ve died and gone to heaven – pecan pie and chocolate, oh delish! A traditional pecan pie tends to “float” the pecan halves on top as the filling bakes, and I wonder if this would be similar. While this calls for a pastry crust, you might want to try something different, such as a shortbread … Continue reading

Apricot Nut Cups

For a sweet treat you might want to try Apricot Nut Cups. Apricots are not quite as sweet as peaches, and combined with nuts they make a nice treat. You will need a mini muffin pan for this one to make the cups. The recipe calls for Solo brand apricot filling. If you aren’t able … Continue reading

Cheese Balls

I feel like this is something good for a party and served with crackers. In the 1970s and 80s, cheese balls were a popular thing at parties – both cocktail parties and casual gatherings. These days you don’t see them as often (maybe for the best?), in favor of a cheese board with a variety … Continue reading