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From Better Homes & Gardens, December 1953 Like this:Like Loading......

From Diamond Walnut Ad in Better Homes & Gardens, December 1958 Like this:Like Loading......

Sometimes you get a recipe that you know will be doomed to failure. And then there are recipes like Dessert Pancakes, which shouldn’t be bad… but then you try making it… Like this:Like Loading......

We have another hot drink for you this week, and not just because I like showing off my awesome vintage hot/cold glasses! This week we picked the “December” themed drink from the Merry Mixer, December Toddy. I was actually pretty excited about this one, because it had lemon in it. I LOVE putting lemons in my tea, so I thought this one might turn out really well. ...

From Better Homes and Gardens, December 1958 Like this:Like Loading......

This is it! The final day of The Five Days of Fruit Cake! And that is pretty funny, because we are ending this on a non-cake note. Unless you consider an icebox cake a cake. 1.0 from 1 reviews Print No-Bake Festive Fruit Cake Author: California Raisin Board, 1953   Ingredients ½ cup PET evaporated milk 16 marshmallows, finely cut 3...

It’s Day Four of The Five Days of Fruit Cake, and today we have a fruit cake made of sweetened condensed milk and corn flakes. Which is a little crazy. Print Ever-So-Easy Fruit Cake Author: Borden, 1972   Ingredients 3 eggs, slightly beaten 1 can sweetened condensed milk 1 jar (2½ cups) ready to use mincemeat 2 cups (1 lb) candied mixed...

Welcome to the third day of The Five Days of Fruit Cake! Today we have a fruit cake that I think everyone is just going to love. Wait…you guys love condensed tomato soup in your fruit cakes, right? Well, if you do, then the M-m-m Good Fruit Cake might be for you! Print M-m-m Good Fruit Cake With Condensed Tomato Soup   Ingredients 2 cups sifted cake...

Welcome to Day Two of the Five Days of Fruit Cake! There are many, many reasons why I picked today’s fruit cake for testing. The first reason is because it has the name “mystery” in the title. Whenever recipes have the word “mystery” or “surprise” in the title, I can’t help making them. The second reason I chose this recipe is that I found it to be very...

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