everyone likes regular baked beans, but why not try them with a swedish touch when you want a change? posted for zwt 6.
this recipe won the california almond growers cooking contest grand prize many years ago. i've made it many times with some slight modifications and it's always a hit; even the meat eaters like it. and, during the summer months it's another way to use up
these were a big favorite growing up in chicago. when i moved "up north" to wisconsin i discovered that kolache were made here with a raised dough. these are more of a sugar cookie or shortbread base.
the ice cream will melt in the punch and turn it into a baby blue colour leaving frothy blue and white clouds floating on top --- this should serve around 20 people but of coarse it will depend on the size of glasses used --- this punch may be prepared sl
i found this recipe on a website for parents. the original was for the actual whoopie pies, but i am too lazy for all of that. i altered a little and made a cake out of it. it is awesome and so worth the work. note: use real butter, makes it much bette
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