What is a tomato soup cake? Find out with these vintage recipes for what was really a classic spiced cake – although with one unusual addition: a can of regular tomato soup.
Everyone will love the taste of fall in what you make from these delicious vintage Libby’s pumpkin recipes! Pie is only the beginning.
Here are two recipes for a stove top meatloaf dinner – it’s so easy to make, it doesn’t even need to be cooked in the oven.
If you’re in the mood for a savory old-fashioned dinner, here’s a delicious way to make onion meatloaf with soup mix, vintage ’60s-style.
This creamy chicken salad mold is a tantalizing mixture of chicken, mayonnaise or salad dressing, broth, gelatin, seasonings and lemon juice.
This vintage ’70s potato-cheese frosted meatloaf idea is covered with mashed potatoes, then topped with a little cheese, for three tastes in one!
In this superb macaroni loaf, the flavor of cheese, piquant snips of pimiento, green pepper and onion all add vigor and zest to a simple everyday dish.
Re-create that warm holiday feeling with an almond pudding loaf that’s will fill your home with the delicious aroma of home baking.
English muffins in a loaf! The greatest thing since sliced bread. Just wait until you bake up a recipe and toast a slice. Nooks and crannies inside – crusty outside.
Here’s a moist delicious lemon nut bread that is really unusual! It has a delightful fresh lemon flavor — and what an eye-catcher it is, too!
Here’s a retro recipe for a pink raspberry-angel food dessert that’s super easy to make with marshmallows and gelatin, and requires no baking.
If you’re looking for a new way to make meatloaf, this retro-style burger layer ‘cake’ may be it! It’s quick, too – the meat layers cook in just 10 minutes!
Want something different for dinner? There are no run-of-the-mill suppers here. These retro meatloaf recipes from the ’60s are so old-school, they will delight – or at least surprise – you.
These two retro pumpkin coffee cake recipes will make for a delicious breakfast or brunch — and they will even fill your home with that heavenly pumpkin spice aroma.
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.
Traditional Thanksgiving dinner food served at the original First Thanksgiving feast in 1621 provides a tasty menu for holiday tables today. Get some great recipes here!
Meatloaf retro recipes: Here are three tasty ways to make the most of meatloaf. All it takes is a little imagination, and the special flavors you get only from Lipton recipe & soup mixes.
High, gold and handsome… here’s a retro ’50s meatloaf with a unique savory, golden topping that’s really a meringue made with mustard instead of sugar.
Here are three super-simple no-bake pie recipes for you All-American no-bake blueberry pie & Blueberry fluff are easy to make, and perfectly festive for summertime and all the patriotic holidays!
Gifts shining as though made by Santa’s own elves, all the more pleasing since you made them yourself with these vintage holiday recipes with Kahlua.
If you’re bringing dessert to this year’s 4th of July potluck, these easy patriotic Jell-O desserts have an all-American appeal that everyone will love.
This frosted sandwich loaf holds a surprise in every layer: curried egg salad, tomato, chicken salad, deviled ham-pickle filling – frosted with a mixture of mayonnaise and cream cheese.
Why not give your family a Sunday kind of meal right in the middle of the week? Like, on Wednesday, for instance. Here are four fab retro dinner recipes from the ’60s to try!
There are so many recipes for appetizers to serve at game day football parties — but what about the main course? You can score with this old-fashioned football meatloaf, inspired by two vintage recipes!
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.
This retro recipe for a cold glazed baked ham is coated with a version of chaud droid, then decorated with pimiento, green pepper and olives.
Here’s how to make two moist and delicious loaves of classic cranberry-pumpkin bread. This retro recipe makes a breakfast or dessert that’s filled with warm and fruity flavor, and just the right blend of fall spices.
How can you get your family to eat their vegetables? Hide them inside this roll-in-one meatloaf! This mid-sixties recipe for a rolled, stuffed meatloaf comes from the Campbell’s soup company.
Fannie Farmer’s old-fashioned apple recipes by Fannie Merritt Farmer The wholesome apple in cookery (from 1913) Scandinavian legends affirm that the apple was the favorite
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!
Get fiber into more foods your family will like, like this delicious vintage banana bread recipe that has the bonus benefits of bran.
Nothing says ‘luncheon’ like an old-fashioned frosted party sandwich loaf! And they’re so darn pretty, they can even do double-duty as lunch table centerpieces.
Eyes sparkle, mouths water — it’s love at first bite for these dumplings! Each savory, spicy meatloaf dumpling has ground beef nestled in pastry that’s flaky and tender and light as a cloud.
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!
Here’s a stacked sandwich loaf featuring ham, salmon, egg and chicken spreads — each separated by bread, and covered with a cream-cheese mayo frosting. Bet you’re just dying to try it, right?
Give gifts from the heart this holiday — Homemade preserves. Loaves. Cookies. All made with delicious Chiquita bananas! Find recipes for Banana cookies, Country banana bread & Cranberry-banana marmalade
They’ll all want seconds on the Fourth when you serve this festive and patriotic flag-design Stars & stripes dessert! It’s also perfect for the Memorial Day and Labor Day holidays.
These flower pot sandwiches are pretty and appealing, and make for lots of conversation at lunch!
Grandma’s one-bowl applesauce cake recipe. It’s especially versatile. It’s the perfect snack almost any time. Bake it as squares, a ring, a loaf or cupcakes. Glaze it or not. Offer it for special flavor at brunch, lunch, or nightcap breaks.
Sandwiches are the chief reliance for any sort of cold lunches, and should be daintily made of the best ingredients. Whether for a picnic, work lunch or to serve at a luncheon at home, here are 40 sandwich recipes using fish and seafood.
This frosted ribbon sandwich loaf is strictly for company, and simply delicious! Slice through the cream cheese frosting to reveal layers of ham and egg filling.
Give new life to your Thanksgiving leftovers with these two old-fashioned turkey recipes from the 1940s!
Here are the top 3 prizewinning recipes from the All-Florida Orange Dessert Contest in 1964: Orange sunburst cheesecake, Orange loaf cake & Orange party cake.
Need a fast dinner? Besides being a “quickie” – just fifteen minutes cooking time – this 15-minute meatloaf recipe is truly delicious with its savory tomato gravy!
If you’re a gardener whose plot runneth over with excess zucchini, clip these recipes and count your blessings. Zucchini is a versatile vegetable that shows
Here are six ways to make warm and wonderful old-fashioned gingerbread — the kind of classic cookies and cakes your great-grandmother probably used to make!
There is a world of ways to go Dole bananas, and here are the three best recipes we’ve ever offered: Danish Delight, English Breakfast Treat and Jamaican Pound Cake.
Whether you’re a devotee of these sporting clashes or merely resigned to this ritual of winter, “Bowl watching,” you can keep the fans at home content with imaginative and tasty snacks for Super Bowl
Cheese-filled meatloaf recipe Pour in Hunt’sauce and you pour in a pound of whole, ripe tomatoes simmered to a thick, smooth sauce — spiced just
Summer sandwiches There is literally no end to the fillings that are possible for sandwiches, provided one knows how to prepare them in an appetizing
“High school and college crowds aren’t the only ones sure to get excited over this wonderful-tasting and novel treat!” Here are two vintage football-shaped meatloaf recipes to try.