Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1969 · Page 56
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ARKAN8AJ TIM». Mfcf. Calorie Counters You needn't be royally to become a calorie coiinless. It's a title that acknowledges a regal aliility to eat well and stay thin. With careful attention to dietary protocol. » countess can have her c a k f and eat it loo. Example: Take quuli-tn-mlx gingerbread and li»ke as directed. Slice mod- estly. Crown generously with a sweet concoction of peach' pineapple cottage cheese by Foremost and non-dairy liquid dessert topping. And there you h a v e it. A Calorie Countess Cake that is fit for YOUR royal family, dieting or not. DESSERTS COFFEE CAKE ALA BARBARA Mrs. Richard A. Manning 7 S. University.Rt. 8 Fayetteville, Ark. Topping Ingredients: *s cup butter V: cup brown sugar ','. cup flour 1 tsp. cinammon Cream butter and brown sugar. Add flour and cinammon and put aside. Fillimg Vi cup flour V. tsp. salt 1 cup milk *,.i cup butter 1 tsp. vanilla 1 cup confectioner sugar Mix flour, salt and milk: cook until thick, stirring constantly. Cool completely and then add butler and sugar. Mix. Add vanilla. Cake 2 cups flour 1 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. baking soda V, tsp. salt 1 cup sugar 2 eggs 1 cup sour cream Vi cup milk I tsp. vanilla Mix all cake ingredients, pour Into two greased round (8 or 9 inch) cake pans. Sprinkle on topping. Bake 30-35 minutes at 350 degrees. Remove immediately after baking. Slice each layer in half when cooled and add filling. This cake is host when served chilled. Northwest Arkansas' largest Collection of QUALITY CLOTHING FOR MEN nvervs STOR j» Vivn HILLS OZARK PUDDING Mrs. Kennith Swilling Route 2 21 Country Lane Fayetteville, Ark. 1 egg cup sugar cup sifted flour l'/t teaspoon baking powder teaspoon salt 1 cup raw apples, chopped fine 1 cup nuts, chopped Beat egg until fluffy, adding sugar gradually. Sift flour, add baking powder and salt. Add this to egg mixture and blend. Add chopped apples and nuts, mix well. Place in a greased pyrex pie pan (or a greased 9x9x1 cake pan). Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes or until well done. cool. Remove from pan. Slice and top with whipped cream. SAUERKRAUT CHOCOLATE CAKE Mrs. Clare Venema 1553 Columbus Drive "·"ayetleville, Ark. f t cup sauerkraut l'/2 cup sugar % cup shortening 3 eggs H cup cocoa (or J sq. chocolate) 'i cup nuts option*! 1 tsp. vanilla pinch salt 1 cup water 2'/ 4 cup sifted flour 1 tsp. soda 1 tsp. baking powder Mix in usual manner for cake, saving kraut and nuts to add last. The kraut is first washed, squeezed out and cut fine with *he«rs. Bake IN (te- grees for 30 minutes. It it delicious and keep* wetl. PETER PEANUT PIE Mrs. Melvin Smith Rt. 5 Siloam Springs, Ark. t eggs % cup sugar 1 cup dark corn syrup Z tablespoons melted butter t tablespoons peanut butter y. tsp. salt 1 cup crushed, raw peanuts 1 »-inch unbaked pastry shell Combine ingredients except nuts, beat thoroughly, fold in peanuts and bake in 350 degree oven for 45 minutes. r ICE CREAM PUFFS Virginia Bradley Route 9 Fayetteville, Ark. 1 quart vanilla ice cream 4 eggs well beaten 4 level tablespoons flour % teaspoon baking powder 1. Make 6 ice cream b a l l * with ice-cream scoop. Put on wax paper squares and place in deep freeze until hard. 2. Combine flour, baking powder and beaten eggs. Coat ice cream balls with this mixture. Return to freezer until v e r y hard. 3. Just before dessert is to he served, heat salad oil to 36S degrees. Add another coating of pastry mixture. 4. Fry ice cream balls in deep fat until pastry covering puffj up (only a few seconds). Serve immediately. RIBBON CAKE Mrs. Dorothy M. Johnson 806 South Park Corning. Ark. 1 Sara Lee pound cake 1 small pkg. chocolate chips 1 carton sour cream 1 tablespoon of rum extract or vanilla Melt chocolate chips in double Iwiler. add rum extract and sour cream. Mix while warm, until smooth. Slice cake while still fro/en in 6 or 7 layers. Spread filling thinly between layers and stack. Frost outside. Note: Keeps in refrigerator 2 weeks or may be frown. POOR-MAN'S PECAN PIE Georgia Long Huntsville. Ark. 1 cup dark corn syrup 1 cup sugar 1 cup quick-cooking rolled oats. Vi cup margarine, melted 2 eggs, beaten 1 unbaked 9 inch pie shell Mix all ingredients, except pie shell. Pour into shell and bake in moderate oven (350 degrees) about 50 minutes. Cool before cutting. Per Super Sandwiches TIRED OF SCRAPING... SCOURING f NOW GIVES YOU REMOVABLE OVEN LINERS OVEN LMOIS Att DISHfAX SUE. JUST WUM IN » THE SINK! Mt tlMfhf, nnfhe MMrhg huWi I mi. Witt TIMM yif Jmt «M* M tki MM Nnn ftr niy tmm..*-*K*- Hwn an MW ynrt M N Ntn MtHMiM 30411 limtrated PRICES START AS LOW AS *199 Wit fir cleulnt Ml i* ftr eleuif ARCADE QUALITY FURNITURE Hiway 71 Soufh -- Sprmgdalo L-O-N-G EASY TERMS 100 Mile Free Delivery

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