The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on September 30, 1971 · Page 5
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 30, 1971
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i K MADE MAGIC PEEPSTAKES RECIPES Courtesy of Sioux County Dairy Promotion BLUEBERRY LIME SALAD Mrs, Rodney Langstraat, Hospers, Iowa lime jello hot water cold water i, pkg cream cheese PUMPKIN DESSERT Pam Vonk, R. R. 2, Sioux Center, Iowa 2 cups pumpkin 'l cup brown sugar t tsp. salt 1 tsp. cinnamon 1 tsp. ginger 7 tsp. nutmeg j gallon Ice Cream Blend all together with electric mixer. Put on top of graham cracker crumb crust, In a 9x 13 pan and freeze. Can be served in about 3 hours. cream blueberries \ lemon jello . ,, me jello In hot water. Add cold water. Beat cream and J c. cream until smooth. Add to jello and mix Looth" Chill until partially set. Fold in whipped cream. ' nueh 'water to blueberry juice to make 1{ cups. Heat jfi e Add lemon jello and stir. Add blueberries and Inttl partially set. Pour blueberry mixture into mold. I HI set and then pour lime mixture Into mold. Chill. *** FLUFFY ORANGE SALAD Mrs . Owen Dykshorn, R. R., Ireton, Iowa , orange Jello sugar g. an'Carnation Evap. milk (Should be cooled 24 hrs.) mandarin oranges (drained) u . ,,„,, thr ee ingredients until jello and sugar are In Then cool until it begins to set. Whip the can of ifi'ir and add the mandarin oranges. Add jello mixture. K! put in 9 x 13. pan or In Individual molds. *** DESSERTS First Prize Winner DELICIOUS DESSERT Bonnie Vonk, R. R. 2, Ireton, Iowa j graham crackers Rk butter Sugar i lemon pie filling t> whites PIES First Prize Winner ELEGANT STRAWBERRY PIE Mrs. Edward De Boer, Orange City, Iowa \ cup powdered sugar 1 tsp. vanilla f 1-3 oz. pkg. cream cheese 3/4 cup whipping cream 1 pkg. strawberry Danish pudding and pie filling mix l{ cups water 1-10 oz. pkg. frozen strawberries Beat until fluffy the powdered sugar, vanilla, and cream cheese. Fold in the whipping cream. Spread in bottom of 9 inch baked pie shell. Chill. Prepare the pudding and pie filling mix using the l| cups water. Add the strawberries. Stir. Pour over chilled cream mixture in pie shell. Chill. Second Prize Winner RAISIN CREAM PIE Arlene Punt, Maurice, Iowa I Baked Pie Shell: l\ cup flour -j- cup butter 4 Tbsp. milk Filling: li cup water 2/3 cup sugar 1 cup raisins 3 egg yolks J, tsp. salt 1 cup cream 1 tsp. vinegar 1 tsp. cinnamon Meringue: 3 egg whites 2/3 cup sugar \ tsp. cream of tartar Bake the bottom pie crust first. Cook the filling_and put in crust. Make meringue. -Put over filling. Bake 20 minues at 350 degrees. STRAWBERRY PIE Mrs. Donald Punt, Maurice, Iowa 2 cups wafer crumbs \ cup butter 1 qt. strawberries 1 cup water 1 cup sugar 2 Tblsp. strawberry jello 2 Tblsp. corn starch *** SWEET CHOCOLATE PIE Mrs. Rodney Langstraat, Hospers, Iowa 1-4 oz. pkg. sweet chocolate \ cup butter 1 2/3 cup evaporated milk 1-| cup sugar 3 Tblsp. corn starch 1/8 tsp. salt 2 eggs 1 tsp. vanilla 1 unbaked pie shell 1 cup shredded coconut Melt chocolate with butter over low heat, stirring un*U blended. Remove from heat; gradually blend in milk. Mix sugar, cornstarch and salt thoroughly. Beat In eggs and vanilla. Gradually blend in chocolate mixture. Pour in pie shell. .Sprinkle coconut over filling. Bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes. Cool at least 4 hours before cutting. A man who was a golfing bug married a woman who loved to attend auction sales. And both of them talked In their sleep. One night the husband yelled "Fove!" And the wife promptly shouted "Four twenty-five!" OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. WON. THRU SAT. Young, Tender WHOLE Roger & Butch Prices good thru Sat., Oct. 2 Young, Tender SUPER UALU ice,* 1\ | whipping cream \ crushed pineapple Ihe first three ingredients and bake at 350 degrees for Lutes. In a sauce pan mix together egg yolks and sugar- Icontents of lemon pie flllim? box and gradually stir in Is of water. Cook, stirring constantly until bolls. Cool. eee whites until they stand in peaks. Fold In lemon re fold in stiffly beaten whipped cream and drained iple. Pour into graham cracker shell. Freeze till firm. *** 2nd Prize Winner BLUEBERRY DESSERT Mrs. Paul Kleyer, Rock Valley, Iowa j, graham crackers (1/3 Ib) Bpowdered sugar Smelted butter J, pkg. cream cheese (softened) |\vhlte sugar js i of salt .: vanilla , . x . -, * - . »blueberry pie mix; 1 cream or Ice cream ih crackers, add powdered sugar and butter. Mix and | in 9 x 13 pan. Mix cream cheese, sugar, eggs, salt •vanilla with electric mixer until smooth and creamv. J over crust and bake 15 min. at 375 degree oven. Cool- |r with blueberry pie filling mix. Refrigerate. Serve 1 whipped cream or ice cream. (Cherry pie mix may be a too) *** CREAM PUFFS i Mrs. Dick Groen, 249 6th St. SE, Sioux Center, Iowa p boiling water ? butter ) flour 55 |ng: |cups milk |egg p cup sugar Itbsp, flour water and butter and let boil. Add Hour and let boilj r cooled, add eggs. Bake at 400 degrees for 35 minutes jthe filling ingredients and add ice cream to achieve the Bred consistency. ICE CREAM CRUNCH SQUARES Mrs. Donald R. Boote, Hull, Iowa s wheat cereal iaties) P brown sugar |p flake coconut |. butter, melted jits, vanilla ice cream jken walnut pieces r the cereal and toss with the brown sug^r, coconut I melted butter. Place 1/3 of this mixture in bottom of Ing pan. Spoon softened ice cream over this Sprimue >r 1/3 of mixture over ice cream followed bya layer lice cream. Top with the last 1/3 of mixture Sprinkle i°ver top and freeze. Take out of freezer 15 minutes |« serving. Cut into squares. *** APRICOT-PINEAPPLE DESSERT Mrs. Vernon De Jongh, Hull, Iowa * ilffy white cake mix or \ box of white cake mix J whipping cream | c up lemon juice »sweetened condensed milk |> apricot-pineapple filling cane according to directions in a 9 x 13 pan. Fo e |Pl<>(5 cream, lemon juice and the Condensed milk together [spread on top of the cake. Spread the pie filling over in Phone 4848 Young, lender A r/ 1 Gut-up Fryers 35 ? Chuck Steak JK •ft Ib. Oscar Mayer SmoMe Links Oscar Mayer 12 oz. ( , Oscar Mayer ^^ Half Hams FUMY cooked DECKER QUALITY ,, 7V $129 Wieners Ib. 12 oz. "LEAF" THE SAVING TO YOU! Super Valu ^ ± Shortening -; oo v BAKFR'S Semi Sweet Chocolate 120L Chips Aunt Jemima Syrup Hunts Whole 24 oz. with coupon Apricots 3 $' cans 1 WWUlWff '= ' f~ _ GROWN ft Fblgerf Typing Paper Note Book Filler Paper 300 sheets 100 sheets Folger's NEW 9 oz. size 2/49< F inv-o-rIte Brown and Powdered Sugar ^49* Personal size _ Of%£ Ivory 4 *« A" V pair Fruit of the Loom Socks perfit Panty Hose Hot Nourishing SUPER UALU FLAV-O-RITE Halves Strawberries Red or Seedless rapes JIATj, •REGULAR .QUICK 42 oz. size Rupert Perch 11b. MARSHMALLOW DESSERT Mrs, Roy Rozeboom, Boyden, Iowa to butter, melted hed graham crackers e sugar • miniature marshmallows P whipping cream ?sugar mas ; * e flrst three Ingredients aad put J»toP« tshmallows In milk Mid cool, Alter cooled, add tne an >. bananas, ^d sugar, 80 . 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