Feb 23 2011

What is YOUR family recipe?

We saw an article recently that stressed the importance of passing family recipes along to the next generation and it got us thinking...what is YOUR family recipe that you are passing along to your kids? Is there a story behind it? Tell us about it (and share the recipe, if you dare!)!

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2/23/2011 2:59:20 PM
Duane Fitzpatrick United States
Duane Fitzpatrick
Homemade Tacos. My Brothers and I always loved this reciepe when our mom would make it. We either had the fried corn or flour tortillas. Then the next day leftovers was normally made into a burrito that could travel well. Smile I would take them to work wrapped in foil and heat them on the manifold of the crane I was working with on that day. Man I could go for one today! I think I will make them tonight for dinner. The only changes are not frying the flour tortillas and I use ground turkey instead of beef.
Duane from San Diego
2/23/2011 3:25:44 PM
Catherine United States
Catherine
We always make a family recipe for Ginger Snap Cookies. My Brothers and I always makes them around Christmas time. This recipe has gone through our family for generations.
2/23/2011 3:33:11 PM
Libby United States
Libby
Ok this has nothing to do with family recipies. I just want you guys to read this. HOW MUCH ARE TICKETS FOR THE 2012 KLOVE CRUISE?!?!?!?! I've looked many places and can't find it. My sisters and I really want to surprise our mom for her 50th bday with tichets for the cruise. The only problem is, I have no idea how much the tickets would cost so I can't plan ahead very well! Thanks guys, and your show is epic!!! Smile
2/23/2011 3:35:50 PM
Dean United States
Dean
Scott & Kelli, What a blessing talking with you  KLOVE is great!    I'll send you some of the Family recioes from our Family cookbook tomorrow! Keep up the great work for our Lord.     Blessings Dean  A.K.A. Turtle!
2/23/2011 3:37:08 PM
Amy Burton United States
Amy Burton
When my daughter was turning 6, she asked me to make Chinese food for her special birthday dinner. Our family loves eating out and ordering lettuce wraps, but eating out with 6 kids can be super expensive. So I created this Asian Lettuce Wrap recipe for her birthday dinner and everyone who tries it says it's better than PF Changs!! They are SO yummy!!
ourcookingcafe.blogspot.com/.../...tuce-wraps.html
2/23/2011 3:44:06 PM
Dean United States
Dean
Scott & Kelli my Nephew who is celebrating his  16th birthday today is: Jacob Wesley Moran from Bear, Delaware! Tganks Dean, Turtle!
2/23/2011 3:45:29 PM
Glenda Heggins United States
Glenda Heggins
One recipe my mom always made is a definite family favorite!!
"Squash Dressing"
1 bag frozen yellow squash
1 lg skillet cornbread (not too sweet)
1 Med. onion chopped
5 stalks celery incl.leaves chopped
4 pcs.100% whl.wheat toast diced small
2 Eggs beaten
1 can cream of mushroom soup (or crm of chicken)
Sage
Thyme
Poultry Seasoning
Salt
Pepper
Cook squash till very tender, saute' veggies, Crumble cornbread, not too small, toss with toasted cubes and seasoning; add veggies to bread, toss w/meat fork. NEVER STIR; only FOLD or TOSS. Combine beaten eggs, soup and 1/2 can water.  Toss w/bread mix.  Pour into casserole (sprayed w/pan coat) Bake 375* till brown.
If we dared to come help Mom You might hear her say, "DON'T STIR THE DRESSING!!!"
Better put that spoon down SmileGlenda Heggins
2/23/2011 3:46:23 PM
Carl United States
Carl
Chocolate gravy is used for breakfast...poured over biscuits. It is quite good Smile
2/23/2011 3:46:38 PM
Sonya Aydell United States
Sonya Aydell
Hey!  We live in S. Louisiana, and my husband is listening on his way home.  He was born and bred here.  The mis-pronunciation is driving him nuts!  LOL It's Alligator Sauce Piquant.  Here is the pronunciation --pi·quant   
[pee-kuhnt, -kahnt, pee-kahnt]
Here is a recipe.
http://www.wafb.com/Global/story.asp?S=7169820
2/23/2011 3:52:10 PM
Talia United States
Talia
I come from a huge extended family so for Christmas all we do are $5 gifts. This year mine was a scrap/cook book of some of my grandma's best recipes. I decorated it with colorful paper and some great family pics and it was a great gift! It was practical but also a momentum. Smile My favorite are her cherry kolaches, yummy!
2/23/2011 3:53:46 PM
knuckles2007 United States
knuckles2007
i have a recipe that i came up with, it may not be a food recipe but it makes a GREAT dipping sauce.

any kind of hot sauce
any kind of ranch
any kind of barbeque sauce

mix them together and it is ready to serve.

please announce on the air while my parents are here.
2/23/2011 3:58:26 PM
Carol Emery United States
Carol Emery
One of our favorite  recipes is Lebanese family recipes is:

Rice and Green Beans

1 1/2 pounds cubed round steak  
2 -14 1/2 oz. cans green beans
1 large onion cut in slivers    
1 large can tomatoes
1 teaspoon salt        
1/2 teaspoon pepper

2 cups rice          
4 cups water
1-teaspoon salt        
1/4-cup butter

Cut steak into 1-inch cubes and braise in pot. When meat is brown, add onions and cook until they are soft. Add green beans, including liquid, and cook uncovered for 30 minutes over medium heat. Add canned tomatoes, salt and pepper. Cook for 30 minutes or until liquid has evaporated. Cook rice. Serve hot.

To cook rice, melt butter in medium pot. Add rice, salt and water. Bring to a boil and then reduce heat to simmer rice until done. Some times you may need to add a small amount of extra water so that the rice will be fully cooked.
Carol Emery, Commerce City, CO 80022
2/23/2011 4:02:41 PM
Ali United States
Ali
Well, my mom does not let me share any of our recipes.  Especially not to my dad.  But ofcourse I know them all.
2/23/2011 4:08:09 PM
Angela Whitford United States
Angela Whitford
Both my mom and my grandmother are amazing cooks, but use very few 'recipes'. My mom just throws things together and they're great. I don't want to lose any of these great recipes, so whenever she makes a favorite recipe, I make her measure everything, and we write it all down. Then I type up the recipe and have a digital copy that can be printed and e-mailed. My goal is to get all of my mom's recipes digitized, so we'll always have them and can very easily give copies to whomever we want, and they'll never get lost. This recipe is for my mom's favorite cake, Pineapple Delight.


Pineapple Delight
Mary Ellen Wilkison
Yield: 13”x9”x2”

½ lb graham cracker crumbs
½ cup butter, softened
1 cup confectioners’ sugar
2 eggs
1 20oz can crushed pineapple
1 8 oz package whipped topping

1.  Spread graham cracker crumbs in bottom of 13”x 9”x 2” pan, reserving 1T for garnish.
2.  Cream together butter, sugar and eggs.
3.  Layer the butter mixture over graham crackers, then pineapple, whipped topping and the reserved crumbs on top.
4.  Chill for several hours to allow layers to ‘combine’.
2/23/2011 4:12:19 PM
Jen United States
Jen
When I was a kid, my mom always made Surprise Meringue Kisses for my birthdays. Basically, they're Hershey kisses baked in shells of meringue. I still make them, they're delicious!
2/23/2011 4:14:11 PM
Angela United States
Angela
I tried calling, but the lines were busy Laughing
I heard on the radio that you guys were talking about what alligator tastes like. My dad went to Africa on a mission trip about 9-10 years ago and one of the foods he tried was alligator tail. He said that was not good at all. It was like raw fish or something like that.
2/23/2011 4:28:09 PM
Charlotte Ralls United States
Charlotte Ralls
I was just on my way home from work and heard you on the radio talking about passing down family recipes. I wanted to share that my mom, who is a wonderful Christian woman, has a terminal illness and may not have many months left before going home to be with the Lord. She is such an inspiration and is not wasting a minute of the time God is giving her. Right now she is working to publish a cookbook of her favorite family recipes as a parting gift to all of us. The really special thing is that along with the recipes, she is also including little stories about the significance of each one. What a special gift this precious cookbook will be for all who know her! Thanks for letting me share!
2/23/2011 4:29:00 PM
Rebecca O'Dell United States
Rebecca O'Dell
This is not a recipe directly, just a story about recipes. I am from a family of 6 kids - oldest is 62 and youngest is 43. Our 2nd to the youngest sister died 5 years ago at the age of 40 unexpectantly. She now lives in glory with the Lord. Before she died she began working on a family recipe book with recipes going back a couple of generations. She died before she finished and one of the grandchildren started working on it and presented to my 83 year old mom at Christmas.  This books contains recipes going back a number of generations, along with geneology and history of both sides of our family.  We have recipes old and new from family and friends.  It contains my deceased sister's side notes concerning the recipe of the person that submitted it.  The book dedicated to her memory in honor of my mother.  What a rich treasure!  Each child and grandchild of my parents wrote a note about what it meant growing up in "mimmaws" kitchen, and about my sister.  It will brings tears to your eyes when you read it, no matter who you are.  I would encourage everyone to undertake such a worthwhile project for their family.  Even if it starts with you!  We are blessed to come from such a rich and blessed heritage.

Becky O'Dell/Greensboro, NC
2/23/2011 4:35:33 PM
Suzie Hardy United States
Suzie Hardy
Several years ago I gave my kids a photo type album that had pictures of family members and their special recipes. I wanted to pass down and not lose those recipes.
2/23/2011 4:36:42 PM
Shelby United States
Shelby
Relating to girl scout cookies AND family recipes...

First off, I'm a thin mint fanatic and when I can't buy them, I make them!

Here's how easy this is!

Get some of the Andes Mint baking chocolate and melt it all up, and then dip Ritz snack crackers in the chocolate and let them dry on some wax paper. They are amazing!!
2/23/2011 4:38:30 PM
Suzie Hardy United States
Suzie Hardy
This was passed down from my great-grandmother to my grandmother and then to my mom, to me and then to my kids...
Meal Pie
1 stick butter, melted
3 eggs
1/2 c. milk
1 1/2 c. sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
3 Tbs. cornmeal
1 unbaked pie shell
Mix all ingredients well. Pour into pie shell. Bake at 350 for 40-45 minutes or until golden brown.
2/23/2011 4:39:20 PM
Hannah United States
Hannah
I heard that ya'll were talking about family recipes and I thought I would share my absolute FAVORITE family recipe! We make it for every birthday dinner in my house, it's the greatest spaghetti recipe ever! It's called Long Spaghetti and I think we got it from my great-grandmother. Here it is:

Meat:
1 lb. ground beef
1/2 bottle chili sauce

Sauce:
12oz. tomato paste
1 can tomato soup
1 bottle chili sauce
1 t. worcestershire
A few shakes of tabasco sauce

Mix the sauce, then roll the meat into meatballs, then place meatballs in sauce and bake at 350 for 1 hr.

Enjoy!
2/23/2011 4:40:01 PM
Julie Rademacher United States
Julie Rademacher
I married into a family of amazing cooks!! They are always giving out there recipies, any good one I have is from them. I on the other hand have burned water, and the pot! A few years ago evryone decided to have thanksgiving at my house I freeked out. It meant I would be cooking the turkey, whitch is easy enough but, what would I stuff it? My moms stuffing was yuck! Defanitly not to be served to these chefs. But It was the only one I knew how to cook, So I impravised a little old with a little new.\
I sautaed my moms basics the onions and celery, some sausage and,... my secret ingrediant.  
The dressing was perfect not to soggy and tons of flavor.  They loves it!! Fianly something of mine they liked.  They would ask so. is there onions in this, yes. Did you use sausage? yep.    For Three years thanksgiving was at my house, and for tree years I keept the great recipe to myself.
   This last year my brother in law was staying with us, and on thankgiving as every one was onece again raiving over the great stuffing he went to the trash can and pulled out the boxes.. of stove top stuffing.   OOPS!  They all laughed, I was emberrased but, finaly everyone left with my recipe.

Saute onions and celery in butter untel clear. Add your favorite sage sausage midway. when cool mix in a couple boxes of savery hurb stove top stuffing.  I let it merinate overnight in a sealed container and stuff the turkey in the morning.  If you want to bake it seperate you'll need to add a little hot water to moisten the bread crumbs before you bake.  Hope you enjoy!!!  
God bless  

Julie from a family of great cooks!!!

2/23/2011 5:16:26 PM
Jen Norton United States
Jen Norton
Was driving around and heard your comment on preserving family recipes. I've begin painting them for that reason. Just finished one about my grandmother's easy white bread. It's the best! See the recipe artwork here, and if you decide to illustrate your future cook book, look me up!
www.jennortonartstudio.com/smell-the-baking-bread/
2/23/2011 5:31:54 PM
Gail United States
Gail
One of our family favorites is Chocolate Sheath Cake.  It's a standard cake at church functions!!!
You can mix, bake and ice it in 45  minutes!!!

One more- Sweet Potato Casserole.  A lot of people don't like sweet potatoes, this tastes like pumpkin pie!
2/23/2011 5:43:56 PM
Lisa United States
Lisa
Part of my childrens graduation gift from high school was a family cookbook. I printed out their favorite (and some of the family favorite) recipes on 4x6 index cards and put them in a book made just for that purpose.  They took the book with them when they went to college.  I get cell phone calls from them at the grocery store with questions as to what to buy, or where to look for an ingredient (so funny), for the casserole, dessert, or whatever they are cooking that night for dinner.  Through the years since they have asked for specific recipes to be sent to them on 4x6 cards so they can add them to the book.  My daughter recently asked me to email her the folder of recipes so she can prepare a book for bridal shower gifts for 2 friends that are to be married this next summer!  What a great compliment!
2/23/2011 5:54:52 PM
Sandra United States
Sandra
A great recipe that has been passed down for over one hundred years is Brown Raisin Bread. It is an old Dutch Recipe.

1 1/2 C. Raisins
1 1/2 C. Water  
Let these two come to a boil, simmer 5 min, and let cool.

1 unbeaten egg
1 Tb shortening
1 C. Sugar
1 t. Vanilla
2 3/4 C. Flour
1/2 t. Salt
2 t. Baking Soda

Mix into above mixture after it cools.

Bake in 4- 26 oz cans well greased @ 350 Degrees for 50-55 Min.

Let cool and remove from cans.
2/23/2011 5:55:26 PM
kevin stolley United States
kevin stolley
my wifes family got recipes from the hole family and made a book & had it published so every one could have a copy of it they put early pic of every body on the cover & through the cook book the name of the publisher is www.morriscookbooks.com if any one would like to do this it takes time to get togeather god bless
2/23/2011 5:55:43 PM
Kendra Puckett United States
Kendra Puckett
When my husband and I got married, my mother found a website that you can write all your recipes and they make it into a hard cover cook book. So she got all of not only my entire family recipes, but contacted my husbands entire family and added them to the book as well. It is a beautiful book, and she also added definitions in the back so i know exactly what to do! If anyone is looking to preserve their recipes, the website is blurb.com and it is well worth it!
2/23/2011 6:10:10 PM
Gail United States
Gail
I have 2 of my favorites!

Chocolate Sheath Cake - mix, bake and ice in 45 minutes!  If the humidity is right, the icing will be thick like fudge!  Pecans on top are even better and a big bowl of Bluebell Homemade Vanilla!

The next is Sweet Potato Casserole.  I never liked sweet potatoes, but this recipe tastes like Pumpkin Pie.  

Let me know if you'd like the recipes!!
2/23/2011 6:11:22 PM
Bethany Artis United States
Bethany Artis
I had a wonderful grandmother who not only passed her love of cooking on to her family but, thankfully, also her love of God. When she visited with us, she never failed to have the kitchen smelling of cinnamon raisin bread. As this is not made in a bread machine, it takes most of a day to make (the majority of the time is the time it takes to rise). Granny had her recipe in her head but never written down. One day while she measured out in her usual method of "a pinch of this, a dab of that and a handful of this", mother stood close by, measured each ingredient in cups/teaspoons and wrote each one down. Thanks to mothers efforts in recording the measurement of each ingredient, grannys recipe will be passed from generation to generation.  There is at least one person from each generation, from Granny to her great-randchildren who love to make this bread (and we all love to eat it).

Cinnamon Raisin Bread

3 pkg yeast
1 1/2  cups scalded milk (cooled to lukewarm))
2 cups warm water
2 tsp salt
1/2 cup shortening, melted
1 3/4 cups sugar
6 tsp cinnamon
5 lbs flour
2 cups dark raisins, soaked

Dissolve yeast in 1/2 lukewarm water.  Mix eggs with remaining water and milk. Combine yeast mixture and eggs, add salt, shortening, sugar and cinnamon stirring to mix well.  Pour about 5 pounds white all purpose flour into a mixing bowl and make a hole in the center.  Pour liquid ingredients into hole and begin working flour into liquid ingredients.  Before dough is too stiff, drain raisins well and mix into dough.  Turn dough onto a floured board and knead until dough will not stick to hands, adding flour as needed.  Turn into a greased bowl, cover and let rise in a warm place until doubled in size.  Punch down, cover and let rise again until doubled in size.  Punch down, divide into four equal portions and shape into loaves.  Place into greased loaf pans, cover and let rise in a warm place until dough rises about 1/2-inch above edge of pans.  Uncover and baked in preheated 305 degree oven 45 minutes.  Remove from over and brush with melted butter.  Turn pans onto sides to allow steam to escape.  Remove bread from pans when cool.  Note:  Place a skillet of water on lower rack of oven while baking to produce a softer crust
2/23/2011 6:18:02 PM
Jennifer United States
Jennifer
You made a comment on the radio of creating a cookbook with all the recipes you get on this posting.  I think that is a great idea!
2/23/2011 6:35:34 PM
Cheryl Matthews United States
Cheryl Matthews
Scott and Kelly,I really enjoyed talking to you earlier about "Chocolate Gravy". K-Love brightens my mornings and evenings as I told you I listen to you on my hour long commute to and from work.Recently I took the 30 day challenge to listen to only Christian radio.It has changed my life! I have been a Christian for many years but your programs bless and encourage me so much. God bless you all. Now I'll share the Chocolate Gravy recipe: Sally's Chocolate Gravy

  4 measured Tbsp.cocoa
  1/2 c. self rising flour
  1 cup sugar
  3 cups milk
  Pinch salt

  Mix cocoa,sugar and salt together first,then add flour.Add 1 cup of milk:stir until all ingredients are dissolved. Stir over medium heat occassionally,then add the other 2 cups milk slowly.When mixture starts to boil,stir frequently as it will thicken quickly. Remove from heat when desired thickness is achieved. Serve over hot biscuots and enjoy! Chocolate lovers BEWARE!!!
My memory of Chocolate Gravy: When we were kids, my Mom(Sally Isaacs) would make this occasionally for us as a treat. My Mom was a great cook and even greater Christian Mother.I miss her every day but I feel I have a part of her from her special recipes she left behind..... I would like to submit this recipe in her memory.
2/23/2011 6:36:54 PM
Molly United States
Molly
about 5-6 years, for christmas, my aunt made each of her sisters and nieces a family recipes cookbook.  She took many of the family favorite recipes we all enjoy, copied them, and put them in a binder.  She used recipes from our grandma, great grandmas, great aunts, aunts, etc.  She even went so far as to obtain recipes from each of her in-laws families to include in our specific books ie she took recipes my dad, he brother-in-law, grew up with.  It is such a great keepsake.
2/23/2011 7:49:00 PM
Donna Clarquist United States
Donna Clarquist
I wasn't able to post during your show because I was driving but your family recipe discussion got me to thinking about the family "pot" that we have.  It was my grandmother's and as a young girl she would let me pick my birthday dinner.  I always chose roast beef, potatoes, and carrots.  I looked so forward to that dinner!  As I grew older, I came to realize that no matter what my grandmother made in the pot, it was delicious.  In my mind, she was the best cook ever.  When she passed away, my mother inherited the pot and to my amazement, whatever she cooked in that pot was delicious!  When I become a mother, I made my mother promise that I would be the one to inherit that pot.  My mother died suddenly and very unexpectedly.  My brother and I spent many hours sorting through my parents history as we prepared to move our father into long term care and I asked my brother if he minded if I had the family pot.  He responded, "of course, you are the cook of the family".  Today, I use the pot and no matter what I cook in it, it is delicious.  The pot is stained with love and it will be passed to my only daughter and from there to my oldest granddaughter.  There are over 70 years worth of meals made in the family pot...all of which have been delicious!
2/24/2011 7:29:22 AM
kevin sandersfeld United States
kevin sandersfeld
simple peanutbutter and honey on toast with a glass of ice cold milk
2/24/2011 1:26:29 PM
Wendy Lauer
Wendy Lauer
On Monday this week my kids had the pleasure of hanging out with my parents for the day.  My mom taught the kids how to make pies and even the crust from scratch!  I never make pies, so this was quite the treat for them.  Not only did we come home with the recipe for the homemade pie crust (hand written by their grandma), but we also came home with a cherry, apple and pumpkin pie....and a decorated layer cake!  They took pictures of the Pie-Palooza event too which I REALLY love!
2/24/2011 1:31:36 PM
Angela United States
Angela
Oh, I have just been informed that when my dad went to Africa he didn't eat alligator, but crocidile. Smile
(sorry)
2/24/2011 1:32:17 PM
Sofia Montoya Mexico
Sofia Montoya
My family recipe is pepper cheese. You take a banana pepper and squeeze the juice out. Then you take cheese cubes and soak them in the juice. Take the banana pepper skin and wrap it around cheese. Mucho delicious!
2/24/2011 2:50:44 PM
Jan Garcia United States
Jan Garcia
My father lived with me and my husband for the last three years of his life. He suffered from dementia among other things.  The ONE thing he never forgot....his LOVE of chocolate.  Out of self-preservation I learned to make these cookies that made him incredibly happy to eat!  They are SO stinkin' easy you won't believe it!

Double Chocolate Chocolate Chip
1 box Devils Food Cake Mix
2 large eggs
1/2 cup oil (olive oil makes them taste funny. These are not healty cookies so just use the vegetable oil and enjoy)
1/2 bag chocolate chips (or peanut butter chips or mint chips or m and m's or whatever makes you happy)

Stir together.
Roll in small balls
Bake in oven at 325-350 for 10-12 minutes depending on how you like your cookies...crispy or chewy.  
In the summer add vanilla ice cream in between two cookies for ice cream sandwiches.  
2/24/2011 5:59:39 PM
Gina Greene United States
Gina Greene
Kelly, I have 5 children and understand about disappointments. You should take the money you would spend at Dave and Busters, invest in a tent (unless you know someone who has one), invite friends - Alec's (LOL) and set up the tent in the backyard. Cold is good - lots of blankets, a battery operated lantern - or run an electric chord and just put a lamp out there. Under the stars is amazing. Let them eat cheap pizza, play games, tell stories, even have a fire in a fire pit and roast marshmellos. Some of the best memories are in the backyard with a tent. They will probably end up in the house eventually unless they're hard core. SO MUCH FUN!!!
2/24/2011 8:36:05 PM
Mary Lou Butler United States
Mary Lou Butler
Today, Feb 24th, you read from a devotional and it was about God's tremendous love. My spirit perked up and was blessed. What was the name of the devotional and author?
2/24/2011 8:54:07 PM
Bonni United States
Bonni
For my daughter’s wedding I made a book of "his and hers" favorite recipes. Both families contributed we wrote stories about our cooking experiences and family history. We even had a couple of recipes the kids had written in 2nd grade along with their school pictures. I included favorite quotes, Bible verses and  family sayings. It was one of their favorite gifts and I had a wonderful time making a one of a kind recipe book.
2/25/2011 9:59:43 AM
Anne Higgins United States
Anne Higgins
A meal that always gave me comfort when I was growing up is Ham Hocks.

2 Ham Hocks - with a lot of meat on them
1 head of cabbage
2 bags of carrots
7-10 potatoes

In a large pot, boil the ham hocks until all the meat falls off, peal potatoes and carrots, cut to bite size. Remove all the bone and meat from the stock, cut meat to bite size. Add potatoes and carrots. When the potatoes and carrots are almost soft to eat, add sliced cabbage. Cook until cabbage is done. Pepper and salt to your liking.

The best thing is that you keep adding potaotes and carrots and it lasts forever. We still by our Ham Hocks at the store my parents did even though we are three states away.
2/26/2011 1:27:09 PM
Padawan United States
Padawan
We make tassi cups for christmas every year, the are SOOO GOOD!
2/26/2011 5:15:38 PM
Luann United States
Luann
When my son and daughter-in-law were preparing for their wedding, I wanted to give them something very special.  So I sent letters to all of their family and friends for favorite recipes along with stories relating to each one.  By the time it was "finished" there were over 1,000 recipes in 6 volumes!  
2/27/2011 9:18:28 AM
Cherry United States
Cherry
It is like a frozen ice cream cake. On the bottom, it is crushed oreos and butter, middle is mint chip ice cream. after that, it is a chocolate sauce kind of thing that you make, and on the top is cool whip. if anyone wants to know the exact recipe, just leave a comment for me. it is called buster bar dessert.
2/27/2011 1:56:56 PM
Christina United States
Christina
These have got to be the best thing ever!The classic chocolate chip cookies, warm, gooy melt in your mouth chocolate chips in every doughy, sugary bite. To be made on that rainy day in the fall, with your family.... delish! I promise you wont go wrong! Don't forget to sneak a swipe of cookie dough when no ones looking!
3/4/2011 1:20:35 PM
Dana United States
Dana
My mom makes homemade cookies and muffins. She also makes dinner and other things by scrap. I think we would die without any of her things. They are all so good. My pastors wife calls my mom "The Cookie Fairy." she also is a "Muffin Mom". We are all (4 kids) homeschooled and we get to help bake and stuff. It is awesome. I will (for sure) make these things for my kids when I get older.Smile
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