Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, February 01, 1975, Image 45

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    Junior Edition
Home on the Range
Youngsters sure must 1 tablespoon gelatin ||igir 7 j uAlnpmm cocoa,
have the “sweet tootji” % cup sugar or honey baking powder and salt. Mix
syndrome If the recipes we 2 egg yolks In oil, milk and vanilla with
receive are any Indication. I teaspoon vanilla fork until smooth. Spread
Frankly, we ve never seen so Cook cocoa in cold water evenly in pan. Sprinkle with
many recipes for desserts, until thick, then put milk and brown sugar and V< cup
cookies, candy and cakes, sugar in the cocoa mixture, cocoa. Pour hot water over
This week we are featuring Soak gelatin in V„ cup water. batter. Bake 40 minutes. Let
some of the varied dessert Beat egg yolks and put in stand 15 minutes. Spoon Into
recipes that we have cocoa mixture. Then put in dessert dishes or cut in
received over the past soaked gelatin. Cook a few squares. Invert each square
several weeks. minutes. Let cool. Stir when into dessert plate. Top with
xxx it thickens and beat in ice cream and spoon sauce
Chocolate Crlspie* Balls whipped cream and vanilla over each serving. 9 ser
-1 cup sifted 10 X sugar flavoring. Top with ma- vings.
Vz cup light corn syrup rshmallows.
% cup peanut butter Annie Burkholder
2 cups chocolate rice crisped age 15
cereal New Holland
Measure into a bowl,
sugar, corn syrup and
peanut butter. Mix well. Add
cereal and mix until coated.
Shape into balls and roll in
cereal, coconut or powdered
sugar. Set in a cool place
until firm.
Grace Ann Hoover
age 8
New Holland
Chocolate Cream Whip
2 tablespoons cocoa
V« cup cold water
1V« cup milk
1 cup cream
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HKe First Tlotioncii (so«k of-
Fudge Sundae Cake
1 cup flour
% cups sugar
2 tablespoons cocoa
2 tablespoons baking powder
V* teaspoon salt
Mi cup milk
2 tablespoons salad oil
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup brown sugar packed
Va cup cocoa
1% cup hot water
favorite ice cream
Heat oven to 350 degrees in
ungreased BxB pans. Stir
together flour, granulated
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Wacky Cake
3 cups flour
2 cups sugar
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
6 tablespoons cocoa
8 tablespoons oil
4 tablespoons water
2 teaspoons vinegar
2 cups water.
Combine ingredients and
bake at 350 degrees for 45
One-third cup peanut butter
One-third cup light corn
2 cups rice cereal (crisped)
Mix together and mold in
pie-pan. ytH With vanilla ice
cream and keep frozen until
Graham Cracker Pudding
1 large package instant
vanilla pudding
3 cups milk
Beat urttil blended and let
stand for 10 minutes. Add to
pudding; 1-% cups graham
cracker crumbs and 1-V£
cups whipped topping. Top
with 'h cup whipped cream
and % cup graham cracker
crumbs. Optional: sliced
bananas can be added to the
Carol Hursh
age 13
Frozen Pops
l-(3 ounce) package of
gelatin (any flavor)
1 envelope instant soft drink
1 cup sugar
2 cups boiling water
2 cups cold water
Dissolve gelatin, instant
Katie Mae King drink and sugar “
Christiana boiling water. Add cold
Ice Cream Pie
Karen Miller
age 8
Valerie Miller
age 11
Lancaster harming. Saturday, hen. 1, 19/b —
Cloves, pinto beans*.
teiMQ ana other cookery
standbys can be more than
something to eat or flavor
foods. You can use them to
create kitchen Jewelry. For
necklaces, earrings and
bracelets with a natural look
and fragrance, Just go
through your spice rack and
cupboards. That's a
suggestion from Extension
specialists at The Penn
sylvania State University.
Kitchen jewelry is inex
pensive to make. And it’s the
perfect gift for a special
friend-when you want the
emphasis on giving of
yourself and your time. The
quick, easy operations in
volved make it child’s play.
And the work with the
natural products and
fragrances offers youngsters
a learning experience.
For varicolored jewelry,
use kitchen staples-dried
peas and red, pinto and lima
beans. Soak them overnight
in water. Then string them
with a needle and heavy-duty
water. Pour into ice cube
trays, small paper cups or
frozen pop molds. Insert
wooden sticks diagonally in
each ice cube section or at an
angle in molds or cups for
handles. Freeze until firm 2-
3 hours. Makes 20-24 pops.
Joanne Eberly
age 6
East Earl
ihreariitha kind you u—dar
sewing buttons on coats. Use
elasticized thread for
bracelets-they’U be easier to
slip, on over a wrist.
If you prefer aromatic
Jewelry, look to your spice
shelf. Cinnamon sticks and
whole cloves can be used for
a fragrant necklace. Just
soak the cloves one day, until
they soften. Use a paring
knife to cut cinnamon sticks
into short tubes. Then
carefully string the scented
bits with a needle and heavy
duty thread.
The extension specialists
say another easy way to
capture fragrance is by
filling a tea ball with spice.
Find a ball light enough to
wear suspended from a
leather shoestring,
macrame cord or crocheted
yam chain. Then choose
from a variety of “fills”-
seeds like anise or dill, dried
cloves or cinnamon bits. Just
change the scent to suit your
Editor’s Quote Book
One of the strangest as
sets is simultaneously his
point of strongest vulnera
Harry Levinson