Here are two different retro recipes for easy peanut butter cookies — in fact, they’re so simple, neither recipe uses butter or eggs! How do
Here’s a delicious retro chocolate fudge recipe from 1984 for Fudge Krispies. (A very similar dessert was known the decade before as Rice Krispies’ Wonder Fudge.)
This retro recipe for super chocolatey, marshmallow cream fudge makes a perfect treat! You can even substitute marshmallow cream for regular old marshmallows for the same delicious recipe.
Try some two-tone fudge, featuring both chocolate and butterscotch flavors! Your whole family will love both sides. Here’s a retro recipe from the 60s!
Here’s an easy recipe for no-bake chocolate-butterscotch candy bar cookies! They have a luscious layer of butterscotch flavor (mixed in with Cheerios cereal and marshmallows), which is then topped with a delicious layer of chocolate.
This retro chocolate caramel nut bars recipe is the best of both of the candy bar classics! And it’s a very easy sweet snack to make at home. Get the vintage 80s recipe here!
Get the double deliciousness in this two-flavor fudge — which has chocolate and butterscotch combined together! This retro recipe comes from Nestle, and was published back in the 60s.
People loved all 8 kinds of Snackin’ Cake that you mixed, baked, and served in the same pan. They came in flavors like Banana Walnut, Chocolate Chip, Coconut Pecan and more. See them here!
This retro recipe from the ’70s is for a delicious mocha sour cream cake – a bundt cake flavored with instant coffee and chocolate chips.
Do you remember chocolate-covered Kudos granola bars? Here’s a look back at the flavors you used to be able to get, and why you can’t find them anymore.
They’re the treats you probably always wanted your mom to buy — old-school cookies, including both classics and long-forgotten brands. Here’s a look back – see how many you remember!
When it comes to desserts, what is a bombe – and how do you make one? We have answers! Get several recipes and tips for creating beautiful old-fashioned ice cream bombes right here.
The now-ubiquitous chocolate chip cookie came to be back in 1938, and soon were called ‘famous.’ Here’s the original Toll House cookie recipe, plus more of their history!
Made on a base of slice n bake cookie dough, these indulgent Rocky Road bar cookies are topped with chocolate frosting, marshmallows & nuts. Here’s the recipe from 1973!
Try these easy no-bake pudding “cupcakes” – made with creamy pudding inside delicious little chocolate candy crusts.
These delicious chocolate chip bars – Toll House pan cookies – are an easy and delicious way to get an old-fashioned chocolate fix.
Because not everything was baked from scratch, see some Vintage slice ‘n’ bake cookies, frozen cookie dough, mixes and other semi-homemade baked delights from long ago!
You can make this fudgy homemade chocolate ice cream right at home – and you don’t even need an ice cream maker! Rich and delicious, it’s ready in 6 hours.
Go beyond the regular toll house cookie, and try baking minty sweet treats with this retro recipe for Double chocolate mint chip cookies.
This choco-mint party cake recipe starts with a pre-made angel food cake, and adds a flavorful colored frosting that oozes out from between the layers.
This vintage marshmallow marble-top fudge recipe creates a treat with a velvety texture that’s not too sweet and has a good balance of marshmallow and chocolate.
Kids can eat these firmed-up, chocolate gelatine snacks with their fingers. Chocolate Knox Blox make great TV-time treats, after-school snacks or holiday surprises.
There’s magic in the rich, chocolate moistness of Duncan Hines’ mint magic brownies — and in how deliciously they disappear.
This deliciously light no-bake mocha chocolate chip cheesecake is studded with mini chocolate chips. Best of all, isn’t hard to make, and will never be under- or over-baked.
Here’s how to make this retro recipe for a beautiful layered chocolate rum striped pie, with a how-to that comes from the ’70s!
Cookies… made with boxed pudding mix? Yep, it’s a thing, and they’re pretty delicious, too! Get retro recipes for chocolate chip cookies, butterscotch, oatmeal, lemon & more pudding mix cookies here.
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.
The drop-and-bake cookie family is a big one with great variety and much good eating for all. What a world of good eating those recipes for old-fashioned drop cookies foretells!
Get the famous Can’t Fail 5-minute fudge recipe, plus 10 more fast vintage fudge recipes that you can make at home even today!
Chocolate aficionados, unite! Here’s a recipe for Toll House Double Chocolate Brownies, deliciously loaded with real chocolate morsels – a chocolate lover’s dream come true.
Hae ye tried Bonnie butterscotch brownies? Try ’em quick – they’re brownie-rich, brownie-chewy, and studded with golden butterscotch-flavored morsels.
These sweet and buttery butterscotch cut-out sugar cookies have melted butterscotch chips stirred in for a special cut-out cookie flavor. See what fun you can make with these VIP sugar cookies here!
This Christmas, give a gift that won’t last — try these two delicious homemade candy recipes for opera nut creams & sweet crystallized nuts.
These two delicious holiday fudge recipes will really make a lasting impression, whether you make the Christmas fudge with chocolate chips, or the other with unsweetened chocolate!
Get seven holiday cookie recipes from the ’80s: Chocolate chip squares, Mocha shortbread cookies, Chocolate almond macaroons, Butterscotch apple cookies, Butterscotch bars, Chocolate-dipped brandy snaps & Snowballs
Think chocolate chip cookies are your family’s favorite? You’re half right. Introducing Reese’s cookies: Chocolate chips and peanut butter chips… irresistible.
If you’d like to become a more creative baker, you might consider replacing the ordinary chocolate chips you’re using with m&ms mini baking bits. Just use your imagination, or use this jumbles recipe, for starters.
If the idea of Toll House chocolate chip muffins sounds delicious to you, try these three recipes for chocolate streusel pecan muffins, orange butterscotch muffins and mini-chip crumb muffins!
This easy recipe for homemade Toll House quick ice cream is greatly simplified because it doesn’t need an ice cream maker — simply combine all of the ingredients and pop it in your freezer until it’s firm!
Making this Toll House Pie — basically a big chocolate chip cookie pie — is probably easier than you think!
These white chocolate-orange dream cookies taste almost like orange creamsicles. You can also try the second recipe here for a more traditional chocolate chip cookie: chocolate-orange dreams.
Find out how to make these pretty little rolled chocolate chip cookies that you can even decorate for the holidays!
This easy and delicious recipe uses a cupcake or muffin pan to shape these edible ice cream mini bowls, created from Cheerios stirred into a fudgy concoction made with chocolate chips.
This Toll House cake is really a different and glamorous cake, with all the lightness and delicacy you always look for – plus whole Morsels of Nestle’s Semi-Sweet Chocolate scattered through and through it.
Toll House Kookie Brittle recipe A delicious variation on America’s favorite cookie treat Ingredients 1 cup margarine 1-1/2 teaspoons vanilla 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup
Goody for you! Who can resist Chocolate Refreshers brownies, made with nuts and dates and semi-sweet morsels?
Libby’s Great Pumpkin cookies. This is one big, delicious cookie. It’s also one wholesome cookie, because it’s made with America’s favorite pumpkin, Libby’s.
The basic idea behind these Scotcheroos is to deliciously combine the sweet and luscious flavors of chocolate, butterscotch and peanut butter.
Toasted Almond Truffles recipe A truffle treat made easy with Carnation evaporated milk and Nestle milk chocolate morsels