These delicious chocolate chip bars – Toll House pan cookies – are an easy and delicious way to get an old-fashioned chocolate fix.
Remember the great taste of graham crackers, toasted marshmallows and real milk chocolate with this retro recipe for Indoor S’mores!
Here are some classic Christmas cookie recipes from the ’70s for peanut blossoms, black-eyed Susans, coconut circles, orange drop cookies, pineapple-filled cookies, and Danish pastry apple bars!
If you love PB cookies, you have to check out this delectable collection of old-fashioned peanut butter cookie recipes from decades gone by
Whether you call them 7-layer bars, magic cookie bars or something else, It’s just layer after layer of delectable ingredients, spread on top of the other right in the baking pan. No mixing!
You make ’em nice and crunchy with Kellogg’s Rice Krispies… and lusciously rich with Nestle’s chocolate and butterscotch morsels.
Find out how to make these delicious old-fashioned desserts with recipes for old-fashioned pumpkin dessert squares, a coconut choco-swirl cake & a date bar cake.
Butterscotch oaties – a classic recipe to make 60 deliciously buttery melt-in-the-mouth cookies. Also get a bonus recipe for chewy butterscotch oat squares!
From the ’70s, here are some vintage recipes for few cake mix desserts you can make that go beyond the typical layer cake.
Hae ye tried Bonnie butterscotch brownies? Try ’em quick – they’re brownie-rich, brownie-chewy, and studded with golden butterscotch-flavored morsels.
For Valentine’s Day, Washington’s Birthday or any day, give them something made with love, like these deliciously indulgent rocky road bars and a sweetheart fudge pie!
Delicious traditional holiday recipes and classic Christmas favorites, including Chess pie – Walnut nuggets – Plum pudding – Fruit cake – Walnut stuffing – Cookie gems – Scotch trelbies – Panettone – Mint fudge
Temptation squared: Classic cookie bars recipe from 1987
’60s dinner party with fondue — the fun party dish! Everyone will have a ball the moment the dunking begins. These exciting party foods show you’re really with it. Plenty — and then some — to feed a crowd. Here’s how!
Straight from ’78, here are wonderful walnut recipes for you to try: California walnut pie, chewy walnut squares, California walnut bread & walnutty chocolate chip cookies!
This Southern peanut bar cookie is a delicious bar cookie that’s almost like a peanut brittle blondie! It’s made with Snickers Munch peanut brittle bars.
Rice Krispies Treats were invented in the 1930s, and by 1940, the recipe was known across the country — and their popularity has hardly waned since. Here, get the original version of the treats recipe, along with some modern variations!
Here’s an easy-to-make recipe for no-bake bar cookies that have a layer of butterscotch flavor (mixed in with Cheerios cereal and marshmallows), that is then topped with a delicious layer of chocolate.
Goody for you! Who can resist Chocolate Refreshers brownies, made with nuts and dates and semi-sweet morsels?
Two easy vintage desserts made with butterscotch chips and peanut butter with chow mein noodles: P-nutty butterscotch crunchies and peanutty chow mein chews.
3 taste surprises from raisins and Betty Crocker Date Bar Mix!
The basic idea behind these Scotcheroos is to deliciously combine the sweet and luscious flavors of chocolate, butterscotch and peanut butter.
Looking for a date… recipe? Try these three classic date dessert recipes from 1982: date-cinnamon bread, date-bran cookies and banana-date snack squares.
Sugar ‘n Spice Cookies recipe Ingredients 2-1/2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon salt 1-1/2 teaspoons cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 3/4 cup
Chocolate Nut Drops cookies recipe Ingredients 2 cups sugar 2 squares (2 oz.) unsweetened chocolate 1/4 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons light corn syrup 2/3 cup
Cocoa Peanut Logs You make ’em crunchy and quick with Kellogg’s Cocoa Krispies cereal How to make classic Cocoa Peanut Logs Ingredients 1 cup (6
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