Think spring with a berry favorite that also happens to be perfect for the holiday season. From the November/December 2020 Our Ohio magazine.
Here’s a twist on a tried and true breakfast or brunch favorite the whole family will enjoy. Prepare ahead: it needs to be refrigerated overnight before baking.
Using angel food cake and whipped topping allows this recipe to come together easily. It might just be the sweet, light dessert that Christmas party is calling for.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. On parchment paper, roll out the crescent dough and pinch together any holes or perforations. The dough should be about a foot wide when you are done. Place the paper and rolled dough on a…
This pie includes a thin layer of cream cheese with the homemade filling.
Ready-cut stew meat is easy to find in the meat case but if you’re inclined to cut your own there are a variety of cuts from the shoulder or rear that will do including chuck shoulder or roast; bottom or top round roasts; rump roast; or English roast. Trim away some of the fat before cutting the meat into 1-inch cubes.
This delicious torte includes tart cherries between two layers of crumb mixture.
This delicious fruit pie contains frozen mixed berries and fresh peaches.
Fruit pie can be made any time of year with in-season fresh fruits or frozen fruits.
This pie is refrigerated until it turns solid. It’s great topped with whipped cream or cool whip.