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Almond Puff (Mennonite Girls Can Cook)

For today& Flashback Friday I& going back to this Betty Crocker Danish pastry I posted seven years ago. It& a recipe that might takes many of us back to when we first started baking and became one

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: No Knead Cinnamon Buns

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: No Knead Cinnamon Buns - also on same site look for potato rolls

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Ooey Gooey Chocolatey Puff Wheat Squares

If you like Puff Wheat Squares, you are going to love these. I got the recipe from the cook book "The Best of The Best and more" from the .

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Jam Jam Cookies - sub honey in place of corn syrup?

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Jam Jam Cookies, made these today! Turned out just like great babas cookies

http://www.mennonitegirlscancook.ca/2015/02/dads-cookies.html

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Dad's Cookies. Will try to adapt these to gf

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Rollkuchen

What's a Mennonite cookbook without a recipe for rollkuchen ? Rollkuchen are a tasty, deep fried pastry that are a wonderful accompaniment .

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Almond Puff

For today's Flashback Friday I'm going back to this Betty Crocker Danish pastry I posted seven years ago.

I first shared this recipe for Easter 2012 and am reposting them for Flashback Friday since Easter is only a week away! My Mom made them every Easter and we ate them still warm from the oven on Thu

Hot Cross Buns (Mennonite Girls Can Cook)

Although Easter is over, I found another Hot Cross Bun recipe. Actually this website is super fun to read - lots of old Mennonite recipes!

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