i love "poke" cakes during the hot texas summers. this sounds cool and refreshing. found on the back of betty crocker super moist lemon cake mix. cook time includes chilling time. update, i made this today and boy is it cool and refreshing since the temp. here in texas was 96 today. i had a can of regular frosting and had some cool-whip left over from another time so i combined and made a nice creamy frosting.
you pick the name! this wonderful drink we made for christmas using cranberry liqueur by eebrag recipe #103136. i'm not sure if the stores have any cranberry liqueur for sale if they do give it a try if you can't wait to make the liqueur by eebrag. this w
this is the one! i finally found the jello mold for which i have spent so much time searching. this was in the farimount temple cookbook from 1964 and my sister in law finally found it for me. in those days we didn't have apricot jello so we used the oran
zwt 6. these pancakes are delicious. i just tried them this morning. i heated the juice of half an orange in the microwave and put the raisins in the hot juice to plump up. if you don't have cake flour or pastry flour on hand, use all purpose white flour,
these homemade dinner rolls, with a choice of 3 different toppings, compliment any holiday dinner and may even steal the show. can't decide on just one topping? try them all! find more recipes at http://www.bakerette.com
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