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It’s time for some dessert! And what’s better for dessert than something covered with coconut. These are Orange Doodads! Print Orange Doodads...

This week we are combining luaus AND back to school in one neat little sandwich. This is Luau Lulu! Print Luau Lulu Author: The Bold Sandwich...

It’s Christmas time, so let’s make some cookies! And since we are making vintage cookies here, let’s pull out my family’s favorite: Coconut Top...

    From Adventures in Cake Craft by Ann Pillsbury, 1948 Want your own copy? Get it here! Affiliate Links ...

I just had to get this recipe out of the archives last week to fill a reader’s request, so I thought I would post it again so you could all see the glory...

Even though I really loved the recently posted Lemonade Pie, I have to admit it was a bit fussy to make and I ended up with a lot of dirty dishes. But I really liked the use of frozen concentrate in the filling, and I decided to tweak the recipe a bit to make it easier for me to whip up a pie at a moment’s notice. I know I don’t usually do this on this blog, but Tom...

It’s been soooo darn hot. Who is in the mood for a nice, light lemon pie? This pie comes from Colonial Cookery, a church cookbook from 1960. 5.0 from 1 reviews Print Lemonade Fluff Pie With A Coconut Crust Author: Colonial Cookery, 1960   Ingredients 1 envelope unflavored gelatine ½ cup cold water 4 eggs* Dash of salt ½ cup sugar 1 –...

From Turn Cool Whip Into Great Holiday Desserts, 1975 ...

From Here Are The Cakes America Loves, 1950 ...

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