Grandma makes this super yummy pumpkin dish that is liked by many that don’t like pumpkin pie. This recipe is definitely worth adding to your collection. Printable Version Crust Mixture: 1 Yellow Cake Mix (Remove 1 Cup of mix and set aside) 1 Egg 1 C Butter (softened) Mix well and pat this mixture into a 9″x13″ pan on bottom and up the sides a bit.
Printable Version Summer’s over, and if you have an apricot tree you are probably up to your eyeballs in apricot preserves. It need not go to waste. Here’s a refreshing little treat that my dad always made when I was a kid. I’m not sure where this recipe came from, but it’s a good one. ¾ C Butter (softened) 1 C Sugar 1 Egg 2
I slightly switched up an awesome brownie recipe so that I could make them whole wheat and they are still DELICIOUS and super fudgy! Obviously, if you’re not in to the whole wheat thing, you could probably just make the original recipe. If you do that, I just suggest omitting the salt but use salted butter instead (because it’s healthier due to the preservatives in
Printable Version I found this nifty recipe in a ward cookbook that my mom gave me. I used it tonight when making cupcakes and am very pleased with it. This is going to get used over and over so I thought I’d share. 1 C flour ½ C sugar 1 tsp baking powder ½ C water Add these ingredients to any cake mix, following the mixing and
MMM MMM MMM…is all that I need to say about this recipe. If you haven’t tried a Dutch oven dump cobbler, you are seriously missing out. They are delicious! Until I got married, I went camping as often as I could. During these camping trips, one of my favorite memories was when my Aunt Rea would make Dutch oven cobbler using a cake mix and