Michelle’s Recipe Corner- Coconut Pudding

Michelle's Recipe Corner
Michelle’s Recipe Corner Mother’s Day is just around the corner (I know it’s hard to believe with all of the wonderful weather we have had)!  That got me to thinking about one of my Mom’s favorite recipes.  I’m not sure how I did not acquire the joy of coconut but she keeps telling me “One day I will grow up”.  It has worked with many things, just not coconut! We all have memories of things our mother’s have taught us or said to us that have stuck with us through the years.  No matter how big or small we should always remember to tell her “Thank You and I Love You “ for those memories! Coconut Pudding Dessert   2 cups coconut 1 cup oleo 2 cups flour 1/2 cup sugar…
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Michelle’s Recipe Corner

Michelle's Recipe Corner
The calendar says it is Spring, but I’m not sure Mother Nature agrees!  Some of you may be getting Spring fever and thinking about what you want to plant in your gardens this year.  Some of you may have even already started seeds inside. Here is a recipe submitted by Dee Schriver that uses some Squash. Maple—Walnut Squash 4 c. squash (butternut, buttercup) 1/4 c. maple syrup 1/4 c. butte 1/2 tsp. salt Pinch of cloves 1/2 c. chopped walnuts   Cook and mash squash.  Add Syrup, butter, salt, and cloves.  Mix well. Place in buttered casserole dish.  Sprinkle with walnuts and bake at 400º for 20 minutes.  
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Michelle’s Recipe Corner- Banana Bread

Michelle's Recipe Corner
Michelle's Recipe Corner- October With the cooler temps right around the corner, who doesn’t love spending a little extra time in the kitchen baking up some homemade goodies! The smell of freshly baked banana bread will get everyone ready for fall! This month our recipe comes from Phyllis Michel. It is her famous Banana Bread! Thank you so much for sharing your recipe with us! Banana Bread Recipe 3/4 c. sugar 1/2 c veg. oil 1/2 tsp. salt 1 2/3 c. flour 3 large ripe bananas—mashed 1 tsp. soda Cream sugar, shortening. Add other ingredients as listed. Bake in 2 small loaf pans 350 degrees for about 1 hour. Test by inserting toothpick (Don’t overbake)
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