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Shoo-Fly Coffee Cake Dear Elizabeth,
My sister first made this coffee cake for me in 1976 when I visited her new home in Pennsylvania. Is there anyway you could convert the recipe?
Until you sent your sister's recipe, I had never heard of "Shoo Fly" coffee cake. The molasses flavor makes for such a nice coffee cake, I'm surprised more recipes don't include it. Here is the recipe, enjoy it!
Elizabeth . . .
Jam Turnovers A cross between a cookie and a hand pie, I began making these treats after a summer trip to Maine. I visited the Stonewall Kitchen flagship store and came home with bags full of amazing jams. I wanted to do something special with the sour cherry jam. Turnovers seemed to be the ideal way to celebrate this jam. Since then, I've made turnovers with a variety of different jams. I'll admit, sour cherry is still my favorite, but they've all been delicious. . . . keep reading
Blueberry Cheesecake Bars Thanks so much for all your recipes. I wanted to share a recipe with your readers for a cheesecake I've been making for years. When I was diagnosed, it was easy to convert this recipe to gluten-free. I just needed to use gluten-free cookies instead of my traditional graham crackers. Honestly, I don't think anyone even noticed! Anytime I'm invited to a cookout, this cheesecakes comes with me. I hope you enjoy it!
Thanks Laurel! I certainly enjoyed this easy cheesecake recipe. The addition of jam in these bars enhances the fruit flavor nicely! In addition to blueberries, try this recipe with raspberries and raspberry jam or strawberries and strawberry jam. Honestly, any summer fruit would be outstanding in this recipe! Thanks for the recipe Laurel! . . .
Peach Crisp I love peaches! Eating a fresh peach with sticky juice ruining down your wrist is one of the true joys of summer. When you are in the mood for a peach dessert but don't feel like making a pie, this is the dessert for you! Warm peaches are nestled under an almond streusel crust. Yum! . . . keep reading
Strawberry Ice Cream Sandwiches We've replaced the traditional chocolate cookie with a luscious strawberry cookie. This new twist on a classic ice cream sandwich is divine. And, these ice cream sandwiches scream cute! Why? They're pink! Can you imagine? Pink ice cream sandwiches! Not only are the adorable, they taste fantastic. The only problem I have with these sandwiches is what to put between the cookies! I love the flavor of strawberries and cream, so, I usually use vanilla ice cream. Unless I am in the mood for strawberries and chocolate, then I use chocolate ice cream. Oh, then there is the double strawberry sandwich when I use strawberry ice cream.... . . . keep reading
Ricotta Cheesecake This classic Italian cheesecake is traditionally served at Easter. I think the light flavor and texture make it a perfect cheesecake for the entire spring season. . . . keep reading
Poke Cake Here is one of those home-style classics that everyone loves! It's a classic yellow cake with Jell-O "poked" into it! Not only is this cake fun, it's really tasty. (By the way, the yellow cake is excellent. It makes wonderful cupcakes or two 8-inch round cakes. You can omit the Jell-O if you wish.) . . . keep reading
Easy Gluten-Free Chocolate Trifle Recipe I received a slew of e-mail about my classic chocolate cake recipe. I am so glad you enjoyed the recipe! This easy trifle uses the classic chocolate cake as its base. The trifle is easy to make and yields a generous serving. Bring it with you to a Halloween party. Everyone will swoon. . . . keep reading
Frozen Gluten-Free Lemonade Square Recipe This recipe came to us from Jill Scott. Jill writes, "I don't really like to bake in the summer. Since my celiac diagnosis, I find myself in the kitchen more than I like. When my family wants a treat, I make this dessert. They love it and I don't need to turn on the oven! I thought you might want to pass the recipes on to your readers. I hope they enjoy it as much as I do." . . . keep reading
Gluten-Free Funnel Cake Recipe After walking around an amusement park or county fair all day, doesn't it feel like you need a funnel cake. So, before you go to the fair, prepare the batter for this recipe. When you come home make a batch of these funnel cakes. It's a great way to start a new tradition. . . . keep reading
Old Fashioned Gluten-Free Ice Cream Sandwich Recipe How do you eat an ice cream sandwich? I lick all around the sides before biting into the middle. However you eat it, ice cream sandwiches are a fun dessert. In my pantheon of ice cream desserts, they rate one step above an ice cream cone and one step below an ice cream sundae. Not a bad place to be! . . . keep reading
Penuche Fudge Recipe In the January newsletter, I mentioned Penuche fudge. Lots of readers asked for the recipe. Here it is. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. . . . keep reading
Gluten-Free Parisian Crêpe Recipe I am aching to go back to Paris. Until then, this recipe will have to comfort me. If you have been to Paris, you know that crêpes are sold on the streets. I am always mesmerized watching the crêpe maker create a huge (About 14-inches, I believe) crêpe in record time. These crêpes are somewhat smaller, I recommend a 10-inch pan, but they taste just as inviting as the ones sold in Paris. . . . keep reading
Gluten-Free Boston Cream Pie Recipe Toward the end of January, after the holidays become a memory, things can get a little blah. This recipe is the perfect antidote for a blah winter day. Made in three steps, this cake will give you something fun to do. And when it is done, it's so pretty you will forget that it gets dark at around 5:00 pm. . . . keep reading
Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars Recipe I love this recipe. It combines two of my favorite desserts: cheesecake and pumpkin pie. You know what the crazy part of this recipe is? It is easier to make than either a cheesecake or a pie. These bars need to be refrigerated overnight, so be sure to make them at least a day before Thanksgiving. . . . keep reading
Halloween Chocolate Bark Recipe Okay, so no one needs more candy at Halloween. But, this recipe is easy-to-make and puts a homemade twist on Halloween candy. This recipe is also great during the holidays. A tin of chocolate bark makes a great gift. . . . keep reading
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