No Bake Fudgies #2

These sound quick and easy for a sweet treat. I will list the full ingredient list instead of the in-line naming of ingredients on the card. No Bake Fudgies 2 c sugar 1 c evaporated milk 1/2 c margarine 6 oz semi sweet chocolate chips 3/4 c sifted flour 1 c graham cracker crumbs 3/4 … 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

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

Boston Brown Bread (Eilene Williams)

Boston Brown Bread is one of those foods I have always known about, but really didn’t know much information about. I remember my mother having it in the house and I even had to buy it one time for her at the grocery store, but beyond that, I have no memory of what it tastes … 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