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
The now ubiquitous chocolate chip cookie came to be back in 1938, and those treats were soon being called ‘famous.’ Here’s the original Toll House cookie recipe!
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!
Here’s a collection of gingerbread houses to inspire you this holiday. Make a fairy-tale cottage, a half-timbered country house, a marvelous Victorian mansion — take your pick!
You can make delicious holiday butter cookies and lots of different pressed Christmas cookie designs (like spritz) all made from these easy recipes!
If you’d like to celebrate an proper Edwardian-style Christmas, here are lots of ideas for you! Get inspired by these recipes, decor tips, vintage images and lots more.
If you love PB cookies, you have to check out this delectable collection of old-fashioned peanut butter cookie recipes from decades gone by
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!
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.
Karo Lace Cookies… for holiday giving and eating! Surely the most festive Christmas cookies ever — and deliciously easy to make with Karo. These Karo
Dessert recipes: Fast fixin’ chocolate chip cake, Lemon supreme pound cake, Double pineapple upside-down cake, Cinnamon streusel cake, Cake mix chocolate chip cookies, Sock-it-to me sour cream pound 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!
Here are two retro recipes for delectable chocolate crinkle cookies — crackle-topped treats with powdered sugar on the outside.
From the ’70s, here are some vintage recipes for few cake mix desserts you can make that go beyond the typical layer cake.
It’s a joy for the whole family to get in on the planning and making of holiday cookies days and even weeks before Christmas day arrives. Here’s a classic cookie collection from the ’50s.
There’s a taste of heaven in every bite of these super chocolate chunk cookies made with big chunks of rich chocolate. And try the dipped cookies, too!
Kids need fiber. And when they’re eating these delicious Giant Raisin Bran cookies, they love getting it. Get the classic cookie recipe from Kellogg’s here – plus a similar recipe from 1976!
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!
Want to serve something for the holidays that is deliciously vintage? Get recipes for three different fancy and festively decorated Christmas cookie recipes from the ’50s!
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!
You make these exciting walnut brownie desserts with boxed brownie mix. They’re quick! They’re easy! And you’ll love the homemade flavor of chocolately-good brownies.
Find out how to make an assortment of jolly snowmen desserts with these retro recipes: two made of cake, one of popcorn, the others cookie dough.
These vintage jam thumbprint cookies and spiced crackle cookie recipes from the ’80s both include mayonnaise and bran flakes cereal. Give them a try!
Big Batch cookie mix (1978) Bake 6 dozen cookies… that taste like you made them from scratch Big Batch cookie mix. With great scratch ingredients,
People of all ages will love these cute vintage Christmas cookie houses, which can be made easily and inexpensively. See examples and get directions here!
When most gifts are going under the tree, here are two Old-fashioned Christmas desserts that will grace your table for the holidays.
Here are two retro Christmas recipes for caramel fudge balls — caramelly (non-chocolate) homemade candies, and pretty cut-out shortbread cookies
Christmas toy cookies for kids of all ages 44 fabulous designs, from drums to choo-choo trains… fun to bake, even more fun to eat! Christmas
A fresh look at some of your favorite Christmas cookies, and one with a new twist.
Think chocolate chip cookies are your family’s favorite? You’re half right. Introducing Reese’s cookies: Chocolate chips and peanut butter chips… irresistible.
Looking for some deliciously sweet fall snacks? Try these two classic recipes: some amazing pumpkin spice cookies with lemon icing, and the traditional seasonal favorite, Libby’s pumpkin nut bread!
Fill your cookie jar today with these really prize-winning peanut brittle cookies made with peanuts, vanilla and fresh-ground cinnamon. They were the Best of Class Winner in Pillsbury’s 1958 Bake-Off!
These 3 walnut cookie recipes are for new cookies, quick cookies, and old favorites, too! Make walnut clusters, walnut-orange crisp cookies and walnut surprise squares
Temptation squared: Classic cookie bars recipe from 1987 Chunky chocolate cookie squares recipe Ingredients 2-1/2 cup unsifted flour 1 tsp. baking soda 1/2 tsp. salt
If you love peanut butter and graham crackers, try them together! Try making these Easy Doozits and some other great ’60s dessert recipes.
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