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Mennonite Recipes~This Site is Loaded with Mennonite Recipes. Breakfasts, Dinners such as stuffed cabbage in a variety of ways to do it, Deserts, Rolls.It Covers it All.

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Perishky

Our extended family is still blessed to have someone who regularly supplies us with these tasty little “pies-in-a-pocket.” I consider it ano.

Paska Easter Bread...use coffee cans or make loaves or braid*

Paska Recipe from the Mennonite Treasury. I'm gonna try gluten free this year!

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Peach Cobbler

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Peach Cobbler those crazy Mennonites : I am making this right now, really easy to make, hope it tastes yummy. My youngest daughter made this. Fun, fast and fantastic! Kids loved it!

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Peach Clafouti

a classic French country dessert. It is rather like an oven-baked pancake.

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Have your chili and eat the bowl too. Bread bowls are a fun way to serve chili or soup. I use Anneliese's fool proof french bread recipe, an.

Kansas Zwiebach--Zwieback is a bread (usually a white bread), sliced, and twice-baked to preserve freshness. It is made from wheat, milk, a rising agent (like yeast), fat, eggs, salt, malt, and sugar. After it is baked the first time, it is called Einback. After it is baked a second time, its moisture content is only 4%. The shelf life of Zwieback is about a year.

Kansas Zwiebach When Mennonites came to Kansas, they brought their German language, Turkey Red wheat and the recipe for this addictively sweet, soft dinner roll. Don¿t confuse it with the tooth-breaking cracker of the same name.

Coconut Cake w/ Seven Minute Frosting , Lemon Curd Filling / Mennonite recipe

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Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Buttermilk Biscuits

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Buttermilk Biscuits . I made these yesterday, they are mile high and truly THE BEST biscuits I have EVER made !

More than a Basic Platz Mix

More than a Basic Platz Mix

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Wareneki .... a staple go to food in our house but we make a "gravy" of cream, milk, butter that is thinner and "soupier" ... or we take cooked ones and fry them in a pan... that is the BEST!!!  see Jan 11 recipe blog for this one on their site

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Vareneki or Wareneki In the case of the Canadian Mennonite cottage cheese variation, these varenyky are usually topped with a savory cream sauce called schmauntfat.

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Marmalade Muffins

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Marmalade Muffins: Note to myself . substitute apple sauce for the oil.

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Shortbread Pecan Fingers

Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Shortbread Pecan Fingers 1 cup butter, softened cup icing sugar 2 cups flour teaspoon salt 1 cup pecans, finely chopped Additional icing sugar for sprinkling on cookies

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