This is a simple twist on an old family favorite.
–From the recipes of Norma L.
I have great memories of making this with my aunt when I was a wee one. She’d put the graham crackers in a ziplock bag, and let me dance all over them to make the crumbs. Now my kids beg to do the same thing! –Mellyn Continue reading
–From Amy H.
Super yummy and guaranteed to be a hit, this light cake is the perfect balance of sweet and tangy. My family devoured it! Thanks for sharing, Amy! –Mellyn
This cool dessert is really nice on a warm sunny day. Okay we eat it all the time actually. The summer is just an excuse to put this together.
From the recipe box of Grandma C. Continue reading
SImple and easy and straight from food storage. The applesauce thickens the salad’s texture and makes this fun side dish sweet! Continue reading
These are a favorite treat for my kids. To say they have a favorite flavor of Jell-O would be silly. They love all Jell-O! Who could blame them? Continue reading
It takes just a minute to mix this and even less time to eat it. It can be served immediately or refrigerated up to 2 weeks, if you can keep your kids out of it. Any flavor of gelatin powder will work. This is honestly the cheapest and easiest way to make fun flavored yogurt right at home! Continue reading
Making my own fruit leather is quick and easy when I have some help from Jell-O! Continue reading
Lemon flavor shines in this easy meal. Heating in the crock pot helps me not burn my canned meats while I am trying to heat them up for dinner! Continue reading
I remember making Jell-O cookies as a kid. When I asked my mother for her recipe she said, “You know I remember making them, but I think we just made it up. I don’t think I ever had a recipe.” I love women who can do this. However, I am not one of them. I have to measure and calculate and write things down. It took me a couple batches (Yes, I did try a batch with beans), but I finally came up with what I feel is the closest to the cookies we made as kids. Enjoy! Continue reading