Parmesan Baked Tomatoes

Dinner was on my own last night because my husband had to work. The grandkids like frozen pizza so I decided to take a break from cooking and give them pizza. (Yes occasionally I am a bad grandma and give them frozen food) I decided to make these Parmesan Baked Tomatoes and I ate them all myself! They only take […]

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Antipasta Salad

Here is another great holiday dish to make! This one is better when it sits so make it up the night before you plan on serving it and it will taste even better! You can add whatever you want to an Antipasta Salad so don’t be afraid to change this recipe. About this recipe! I think I am getting my […]

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Amish Chocolate Pudding

“Old Fashion” Amish Chocolate Pudding just like I remember as a kid. Only four simple ingredients and one great taste! It tastes nothing like those little plastic cups of chocolate pudding full of preservatives and whatever else they put in there. This is the type of pudding that forms a skin on top unless you cover it with plastic wrap. […]

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Evaporated Milk

If you find that you need Evaporated Milk and you don’t have any, you can substitute it with this recipe. It takes about 5 minutes to make from start to finish and replaces a 12 oz can you buy at the store. This tasted very good! Source: http://www.everydayfoodstorage.net   Ingredients   Pour all of the ingredients into a blender.   […]

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Clarified Butter

  Clarified Butter is also called Ghee or Drawn Butter. You have probably heard these names before but maybe you did not know what it was exactly. According to Wikipedia, the name Ghee originated from the Indian subcontinent. It is used in South Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines. They also use it for traditional medicine and in religious rituals. Clarified […]

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Compound Butter

  I waited all winter to make a batch of Compound Butter using the fresh herbs from my garden. Yesterday I cut my first batch of herbs. If you have never tried Compound Butter you are missing out! I decided to use my fresh thyme, sage and parsley mixed with butter to get this wonderful Compound Butter. Any combination of […]

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Vanilla Pudding

  This is a quick and easy old fashion Vanilla Pudding recipe. I am a vanilla freak! I would take vanilla over chocolate any day. I used my homemade vanilla extract in this recipe which is amazing by itself! It gave this Vanilla Pudding a wonderful flavor! Here is the link to my Pure Vanilla Extract:  https://indianeskitchen.com/2018/02/06/homemade-pure-vanilla-extra   Ingredients   […]

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Banana Pudding

How many times do you have bananas that are getting brown spots and you don’t want to eat them? They are actually at their peak of flavor at this point. Of course you could whip up the usual banana bread, but the next time try this Banana Pudding for a change of pace. It is quick and easy to make and […]

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Cinnamon Honey Butter

My husband and I went out to eat at Texas Roadhouse and thoroughly enjoyed their warm rolls with the Cinnamon Honey Butter so I thought I would make my own. I love cinnamon and this butter is excellent on things like French toast, pancakes, toast, sweet rolls, dinner rolls…. well you get the idea. This can be made up in […]

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Chocolate Pudding

Do you need a quick dessert that everyone will like? Try this delicious homemade Chocolate Pudding! Make it up the night before or in the morning, put it in the refrigerator and your dessert is ready to go for supper or as a snack. When I was a kid this was the only way we ate pudding. We never had […]

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Homemade Evaporated Milk

  You don’t have Evaporated Milk for a recipe? No problem, just make it! Somebody asked me if they could use sweetened condensed milk in place of Evaporated Milk because she didn’t have any Evaporated Milk. The answer is no. Sweetened Condensed Milk is just as it says, sweet and full of sugar. Evaporated milk does not have any added […]

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Heuck Butter Cutter

I have had this Heuck Butter Cutter for years! It is durable and cuts right through a cold stick of butter. I couldn’t find the same brand on Amazon but they had a couple that looked similar for about $8.70 each. I don’t use it a lot but it is nice when you have company, want to limit your fat intake […]

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Easy Homemade Butter

Do you want to impress kids of any age and have fun doing so? Teach them how to make their own delicious homemade butter. No, you don’t need to run out and buy a butter churn. Butter is so easy to make and the taste is delicious. They will get to taste the delicious homemade butter, buttermilk and even whipping cream! […]

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