How can you make this 10-minute no-bake peachy cheesecake recipe with no eggs, no flour, no cooking? With this delicious retro recipe from the sixties!
Hot punch is one of the traditional winter warmer-uppers, whether or not there’s booze in it. Here are more than a dozen old-fashioned hot punch recipes for the holidays, both with and without alcohol.
If you love your yam bakes, we have 7 different ways to enjoy this holiday casserole! Try these classic yam bake recipes that feature peaches, oranges, apples, pineapple, nuts & more.
From the 1950s, here’s are two fruity, cheesecake-style dessert pizzas. You serve them like a pizza… you eat them like a pizza… tastes like a flaky party pie!
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 think peach jam is good, wait until you try these vintage recipes for homemade sweet, warmly-flavored spiced peaches and preserves made from fresh peaches.
Here’s a peachy keen vintage peach Jello salad recipe from 1979, which features apricot brandy, sliced peaches and gelatin. Get two bonus variations, too!
It’s a see-through dessert! This gelatin-based pie offers a clear filling, making it possible for you to see the embedded peaches and cherries when looking at the whole pie, and with every slice.
Now’s the time for Jell-O salads! (1952) Vintage gelatin recipes: Don’t let a week go by without serving one. Recipes below: 1. Jellied Potato Salad
Check out these zesty retro ’60s holiday side dish recipes for a tasty turkey fruit salad, cranberry fruit molds and salad bowl dressing supreme, all from 1963.
Make a beautiful cake — like this delicate peach meringue cake, for instance. And you do it so very easily. No creaming of shortening. No frosting needed! No egg yolks or whites left over!
Light ‘n luscious summer salads Karo and California summer fruits make it simple. Light ‘n luscious summer salads with fresh peaches, plums and nectarines. And
Look what YOU can do with cling peaches and Miracle Whip! With such perfect partners in the pantry, you can make any number of tempting
Bake these juicy, tender little peach topsy-turvies in individual cups made with golden cling peach halves. Each one served hot and swimming in its own sauce.
To make this delicious corn-crisped chicken, you coat the poultry with Kellogg’s Corn Flake Crumbs and seasonings, then bake on aluminum foil.
Only Miracle Whip can make peaches taste so good Miracle Whip was specially created to make even the simplest salads exciting. With just a peach