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  • P.S. I inputted the recipe into CalorieCount.com and found that each cookies is roughly 80is calories. But they are GOOD calories!

  • @AnnieB I use unbleached flour but it was not whole wheat. I think if youre familiar with substituting whole wheat and understand the differences in leavening and moisture then you could try it with whole wheat. […]

  • ThumbnailI like cookies. I like cookies a lot.

    I don’t bake cookies a lot…’cause I’d eat them a lot.

    My sister sent me a recipe a few weeks ago. Cookies that she has created.

    Wait for it…

    HEALTHY. […]

  • Mix dry ingredients in bowl #1. Mix the other ingredients in bowl #2. Once thoroughly mixed, add bowl #1 to bowl #2 about a cup at a time, mixing thoroughly before adding each cup.

    Place rounded by teaspoons […]

  • Rachel wrote a new post, Oven Pancakes 8 years ago

    Preheat oven to 385F. While oven heats, put a few pats of butter into a cast iron skillet and put in the oven to melt the butter. If you don’t have a skillet, just butter the inside of your favorite baking dish. […]

  • Rachel wrote a new post, Oven Pancakes 8 years ago

    ThumbnailTime for a little German in your breakfast, jah?

    I have to tell you, I loathe breakfast.

    I don’t know if it’s because I hated the smell of eggs when I was young, the fact that 99% of the time cold cereal is […]

  • Mix all but topping ingredients. Pour into greased 13×9 pan and crumble topping over it. Bake at 350 for 40-45 minutes.

  • @Abby’s Mom Yes those are lemon cukes. I have never grown them before, but they are such darned heavy producers I had to find something to do with them all. I haven’t cracked that particular jar yet to see how they came out, but they appear to be ok. We ate MANY of themr aw, […]

  • ThumbnailI’ve never had luck growing cucumbers in my garden. Good, sweet corn and prolific cucumbers have evaded me. This year I decided to get a little nuts and planted 8 random varieties of cucumbers with the thought that, at least ONE has to work out. I now have enough cukes coming on to make small batches of […]

  • ThumbnailI’ve never had luck growing cucumbers in my garden. Good, sweet corn and prolific cucumbers have evaded me. This year I decided to get a little nuts and planted 8 random varieties of cucumbers with the thought that, at least ONE has to work out. I now have enough cukes coming on to make small batches of […]

  • Boil water, vinegar and salt for about 5 minutes. Put small cukes into jars. 8 to 10 pints. Put dill into jars also. If garlic is used drop a clove in each jar. Pour solution over cukes and seal. Let stand for several weeks until pickled. Updated process: Leave 1/4-inch headspace. Remove air bubbles. Add lids […]

  • Boil water, vinegar and salt for about 5 minutes. Put small cukes into jars. 8 to 10 pints. Put dill into jars also. If garlic is used drop a clove in each jar. Pour solution over cukes and seal. Let stand for several weeks until pickled. Updated process: Leave 1/4-inch headspace. Remove air bubbles. Add lids […]

  • Turing the jars upside dow is how my mother made jam my entire life and no one ever got sick. That’s how I make it too. In my opinion, all of us wouldn’t be here if doing things “the old fashioned way” were so deadly because it would have killed all of our ancestors generations […]

  • Thumbnail Frozen. Fruity. Fresh. I just want you all to know that this recipe is so simple, so foolproof, and so delish that if you don’t make it…well…you’ll be a bad parent, or kitties will cry, or something like that. How to make Fresh Blueberry Sherbet : 3 cups fresh blueberries 2 cups granulated sugar 1 cup water Combine it all […]

  • Combine all ingredients in a saucepan and bring to a quick boil.

    Reduce to a simmer and hold for 15 minutes.

    Remove from heat and allow to cool completely.

    Strain, if desired, and follow ice cream machine directions for sherbet.

  • I’m so excited to see this post! I’m trying to talk hubby into a hive in our back yard. The kids have been in daycare with a beekeeping family for years so respect and protect bees which is awesome. We’re going to have a hands on field trip with them this month or next to […]

  • @lavenderblue I don’t have a recipe for anything like that. I highly recommend google and foodnetwork.com tho! I have fond some of my favorite blogs by googling recipes. Good luck!

  • Bonita, the recipe is the whole amount. I used 1 stick butter and 5 cups sugar.

    Thanks Granny I’m glad you like!

  • Thumbnail If you hadn’t noticed, my last post was about blueberry cookies. Today…its blueberry cupcakes! Next time will it be blueberry ice cream? crepes? fudge? You’ll have to wait and see! So I cheated a bit and used this recipe that I saw on “CupCake Wars” a few weeks ago. It was the winning recipe , so I […]

  • For the cupcakes: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Line cupcake tins with 24 paper liners. Mix the flour, soda and salt together in a bowl. Set aside. Add the butter and sugar to a mixing bowl and cream until light and fluffy. Add the eggs 1 at a time and mix thoroughly. Add the vanilla […]

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