Monthly Archives: December 2012
Every year I try and make Whoopie Pies as gifts for friends. Of course with all the Whoopie Pie cookbooks and Whoopie Pie pans and Whoopie Pie ovens (see Whoopie Pie Palooza I & II), it was another week of … Continue reading
Many years ago I got this recipe out of Sunset Magazine. Started using as gifts for my co-workers, sometimes making extra so we had them around the house through the holidays. I usually do not eat nuts but these are … Continue reading
My roommate makes the best shortbread cookies ever. He got the recipe from a cookbook he got in Scotland many years ago: This is the same recipe used for years in the Fabulous Radical Women Bake Sale. Here’s … Continue reading
I adapted this recipe from my first cookbook, a Betty Crocker one. Bring to work at least once a year for potlucks and it’s gotten very good reviews. For the one tablespoon of salad dressing, use your favorite vinaigrette type. My current … Continue reading
Folks really liked this bread, vegans and non-vegans alike. Definitely a keeper. Found it online at www.vegkitchen.com. I did use just whole wheat flour; didn’t find any whole wheat pastry flour in the grocery store.
This recipe came out rather goopy. I kept the whoopie pies in the frig so that the filling didn’t spill out.
These turned out very well and my vegan friends loved them, though the cookies stuck to their fingers. But that often happens with the classic whoopie pie I make. They are just finger-licking good! When I baked the first two … Continue reading
Made a delicious cake. Filled with Blueberry Cream filling, which is just the normal filling with two or three tablespoons of blueberry syrup added. Of course, hand mixer worked fine on these.
Found this online and it worked really well. Made mushroom/Swiss cheese quiches (4 of them) with Jarlsberg Swiss and they came out great. Great flavor and the custard was creamy delicious.