Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1969 · Page 46
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Desserts | Winning Recipes | FIRST PIACE WINNER CINDERELLA CHEESE PIE Mrs. Bill Swafford Kt. 1 Winslow. Ark. 1 tablespoon 1 envelope) unfavored gelatin 1'j cup milk J ounce package cream cheese 1 can pumpkin pie ruling 2 eggs, separated 1 (4 serving) package butterstcoth pudding and pie filling mix Soften gelatin j n ·, cup milk. Combine cream cheese, pumpkin pie filling and egg yolks in small mixing bowl, bent until smooth. Combine 1 cup milk and pudding mix in sauce pan. Add pumpkin mixture a n d gelatin. Cook over medium heat until mixture thickens and is bubbling. Chill in refrigerator until slightly thickened, b u 1 not set. Beat ogg whites until stiff but not dry. Fold into chilled filling. Spoon filling into baked pastry shell. Chill several hours, or overnight. If desired serve with whipped cream. SECOND PLACE WINNER GLAZED APPLE PIE Mrs. Lynn Luper Kouto ii Kayrtleville. Ark. Pastry lor double crust 6 cups apple slices (alxnit (i medium cooking apples) ':· cup seedless raisins, if desired ', cup sugar 2 tablespoons flour \-t tsp. cinnamon S tsp. salt 2 tablespoons orange juice 3 tablespoons b u t t e r or margarine Orange Glaze (recipe be low) Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Toss apples and raisins with combined sugar, flour, cinna- n-.c.n and salt. Turn into pastry- lined it in. pie plate. Sprinkle with orange juice and dot with butter. Cover with top crust: seal and flute edge. Cut sifts for escape of steam. Bake «t 40i degrees for about 40 rotates, until pie is desired browness and apples a r e tender. Spread Orange Glaze (recipe below) over hot pie. Oruge Glue 1 cup confectioners sugar (sift if lumpy) 3 tablespoons orange juice 1 teaspoon grated orange peel Mix together, spread over hot pie. HONORABLE MENTION MOCK CHERRY PIE Mrs. Polly A. Scantlin 610 E. Vine Webb City. Missouri 1 to Hi cups sugar 4 tbsp flour U; tsp. salt 2 ; !i cup cranberries 1 cup raisins 1 cup water almond extract Mix together in saucepan, sugar, flour and salt. Add cranberries, raisins a n d water. Bring slowly to a boil and boil gently for 5 minutes -- stirring constantly. Remove from heat, blend in '.'· tsp. almond extract. Pour into unbaked 9 inch pie shell. Bake 39-40 minutes in hot oven, 425 degrees. Serve warm. KOOL AID ICE CREAM Mrs. Kenneth Humphreys 1812 Dee Ave. Springdale, Ark. 1'ii cups or 1 tall can Pet milk -,h cup sugar 1 envelope Kool aid Chill l-k cups Pet evaporated milk (1 tall can) in an ice tray until almost frozen at edges. Put ice-cold milk into cold small bowl of electric mixer (or V.'t quart bowl). Using cold beaters, whip with electric mixer at high speed until fluffy. Add - cup sugar and 1 envelope Kool-aid instant soft drink mix. Whip until stiff. Freeze in a 1-quart ice tray until firm, 3 to 4 hours. M-m-m! Fill the cones -- dozen of them! You can fill a cookie crust for a party ice cream pie. You'll need a" 9-inch pie pan. you line the bottom and sides with vanilla or chocolate wafers or butter cookies. Heap it full with the whipped mixture piled high. Freeze until firm -- about 3 to 4 hours. CHERRY ALASKA Mrs. Walter B. Cote 1231 Shady Lane Fayetteville, Ark. Hi cups graham cracker crumbs Vt cup oleo Vt cup sugar 1 10 oz. package marshmallows Vt cup milk 1 cup whipping cream 1 No. 2 can cherry pie filling 1 tablespoon lemon juice (pecans for topping optional) Combine graham cracker crumbs, oleo and near. Press on bottom of 2x13 inch pan or dish. Melt marshmallows in milk. Let cool. Whip cream and fold into marshmaltow mixture. Spread Vi of mixture over graham cracker mixture in dish. Refrigerate 15 minutes. Then cover with cherry and lemon juice combination. Spread remaining marshmallow mixture on top. Refrigerate until firm. Serves 10. BUTTERMILK BROWNIES Mrs. John W. Paxson 3261 Martin Avenue Fayetteville, Ark. 1 stick oleo Vt cup water Vt cup cocoa Vt cup Crisco «r *ii 2 cups flour 2 cups sugar Vt tsp. salt Vt cup buttermilk 2 eggs 1 tsp. soda 1 tsp. vanilla Brint oleo. water, eocea and oil to a bail and pour over flour, sugar and salt, and mix. Add buttermilk, eggs, soda and vanilla, and mix watt. Pour into a large long Mock pam and bake 20 minutes at 490 degrees. 1 stick oleo ', cup cocoa i,i cup buttermilk 1 box powdered sugar 1 tsp. vanilla Bring to a boil, oleo, cocoa and buttermilk. Add powdered sugar and vanilla. Pour over brownies while warm. (Add cornstarch to icing if it is too thin.) YAMAHA .mmm* ILSONS , Sswug JtoiitUest ^fenwfts S*oe 1915 DOWNTOWN EMMA AVENUE SKINGDALE, AMC. ^""e 751-9291 »* BrilliMt (one, flawless MS*IM«, dew, precise irtitu - iH *« sfoJ a ten-rear wirnnty and Ficttrj Serufce Policy. Mm! Mm! Mm! Mm! Mm! AH These Wonderful Recipes Making You Hungry! REMEMBER-THE ULTIMATE IN DINING PLEASURE IS AT ... 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