Family, Friends and Favourites!
Banana Nana Pudding
Cherry Coconut Bars
Strawberries and Cream
Berry Berry Good Smoothie
Five Cup Salad
Sugar and Spice Cookies
Sage Turkey Dressing
Sweetened Condensed Milk
Broccoli & Bacon Quiche
Popsicles - NO DRIP!
Chocolate Almond Bark
Mom's Famous Chocolate Chip Cookies
Banana Crumb Muffins
Lazy Dazy Cake
Pumpkin Spice Bread
Company Breakfast Bake
Chicken Pot Pie
Aunt Dorothy's Hash Browns
Julie's Almond Cherry Coffee Cake
Chicken and Rice Dinner (crock pot)
Sweet and Sour Sauce (microwave)
Magic Cookie Bars
Barbeque Cheese-Topped Tomatoes
Rice PuddingI was given this recipe as a part of a shower gift on an index card which is fading after 30 years!
Apple CiderThis is a wonderful recipe to warm your insides on a cold day. This has been passed on to me from my sister Lynda.
Shortbread cookiesAnother Mama recipe. She has made these all my life. Melt in your mouth! Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays!
Cinnamon ShortbreadI am unsure where this recipe came from. It was typewritten and in my recipe box!
Pecan SnowballsMany years ago, my son played competitive hockey. Hockey parents, especially Moms, were together 3-4 times per week and many became good friends. One year, we put the boys aside and held our own cookie exchange. This one is Janet's!
Sugar and Spice CookiesThis recipe is from out 90s cookie exchange with the hockey moms. Author unknown.
Turkey pancakes!I know this sounds weird but was a family favourite post Christmas and post Thanksgiving. This dish was served to use up leftovers and make a filling meal for 5 hungry kids!
Buttercream IcingI stumbled on this recipe about 30 years ago. I have since made nothing but this recipe when icing my children's birthday cakes!
Dream SquaresThis is a sinfully delicious Christmas square recipe. Thanks Mom. My Mom would make batched of these along with other squares and cookies and freeze them. Knowing this, along with my dad, there were several family members who snuck down to the basement to steal some.
Microwave FudgeI am going to give credit to my co-worker.. I believe it is from our cookie exchange and it is delicious!
Mom's Famous Chocolate Chip CookiesMy sons memory of this recipe is me digging through my cardboard recipe box for a little grey slip of paper that this recipe was on.
Banana BreadWho doesn't love homemade banana bread? This moist bread will be a great hit with a cup of coffee, morning, noon or night.
Banana Crumb MuffinsWhat better way to use up ripened bananas in an muffin with a cinnamon and brown sugar topping.
Company Breakfast BakeThis recipe has been a Christmas morning tradition for many years. Simple and can be made the night before.
Aunt Dorothy's Hash BrownsThis is from my sister's husband's side of the family.....Dorothy's Hash Browns. this is the highest calorie version. You can reduce the calories using light soups, fat free sour cream, light cheese and decrease the butter.
Julie's Almond Cherry Coffee CakeThis recipe was given to me by my sister Julie. Every Christmas time, for each of her children's teachers (she had 4), she would make this as a gift. Purchase a Holiday themed cookie tray (round) that can be part of the gift.
Pickled Beetswho doesn't love picked beets? Enjoy these as a snack, with your turkey dinner or hamburgers and hot dogs!
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This cookbook consists of family favourites, office pot luck "always requested" and some that have been passed from generation to generation.