This recipe can be used to make cut-out cookies or you can roll teaspoons of dough into balls, dip in sugar, and then flatten with the bottom of a water glass dipped in sugar. I like to use an old sherbet glass that belonged to my grandmother because it has a pretty pattern on the bottom. See you what you can find in your cupboard to make pretty sugar cookies. . .
When I was a kid, we used to go to another farm owned by some friends to cut rhubarb. When my mom and dad retired from farming and built a house at the back of the farm, Dad planted several Canadian Red rhubarb plants.
Made with oatmeal, raisins, walnuts and milk, Baked Oatmeal Supreme is a heart-healthy — and delicious! — way to start your day (makes an excellent in between meals snack, too). Serve warm or cold with whipped cream, frozen vanilla yogurt or another topping that you like.
This recipe is not especially heart-healthy — or any kind of healthy. But, if you are looking for a sumptuous dessert (maybe to serve for a special occasion) that is “Died and Gone to Heaven” good, this is it.
Low-Fat Alternative: you can make a lower-fat version of this recipe using low-fat cream cheese, low-fat topping, and use skim milk with the instant pudding.
When I was a kid growing up on our farm, before there were such things as instant cocoa drink mixes, this is how my mother made hot chocolate.
These cookies have a rich, buttery flavor, but they are not overly sweet.
As mentioned in the story “Good Things Come in Small Packages” from LeAnn’s book, Christmas in Dairyland
If you love cinnamon rolls but do not have the time or the inclination to make traditional cinnamon rolls with dough that has to raise twice before the cinnamon rolls are baked, try this easy variation.
There’s nothing like homemade apple pie.
My husband loves this recipe for glazed carrots. Instead of brown sugar and butter, it uses fruit juice. Serve as a side dish with your favorite meal.
Blintzes are delicious as a main course for a light meal or for dessert.