Crumb Topping for Fruit Pies

Ever have one of those delicious apple crumb pies with a crumb topping that seems to just melt in your mouth? Well, if you ever wondered how to replicate that, here it is! Crumb Topping for Fruit Pies Cream together 1/3 cup sugar (half white, half brown), 1/3 cup margarine or butter. Cut in 2/3 … Continue reading

Cranberry Bread

I think this would make a lovely addition to your Thanksgiving table or Autumn baking. The combination of cranberries and orange are lovely together. The sweetness of the orange tempers the tart cranberries. I don’t know about the addition of cheddar cheese, but it probably works really well – people swear by cheddar cheese on … Continue reading

Coconut Custard Pie

Due to an error in judgement as a teen, I can no longer enjoy coconut. My friends and I were going to represent the Philippines in an international fair for Girl Scouts, and we made these coconut haystack cookie things. Well, being kids, we ate a lot of the mix before it was baked, and … Continue reading

Cloverleaf Rolls

Cloverleaf rolls are baked in a muffin tin so the three balls of dough bake together to look a bit like a clover. This is another recipe that requires that you already have a basic dough recipe that is tried and true. I suppose if you don’t have one, you could make due with store-bought … Continue reading

Cinnamon Rolls

I have never made cinnamon rolls myself – the store-bought ones in the blue can are about as much as I’ve done – probably because I don’t really love them and can live without them. The process here doesn’t seem difficult, but like with bread recipes, it requires time. That seems to be something a … Continue reading