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Recipes from Family and Friends
Monday, 11 August 2008
Teri's Death by Chocolate

This may sound rich, but it is sinfully deceptive!

Chocolate fudge cake mix

Chocolate fudge snack pack pudding (6 or 8 pack)

Whipped topping (Cool Whip)

Crumbled Heath bars (entire multi-pack)


  • Follow cake mix directions to bake cake.
  • Let the cake cool and then cut the cake into 1 to 2 inch pieces.
  • Layer the cake, pudding, whipped topping and crumbled Heath bars into thirds in a large bowl.

This is an awesome and very EASY recipe! Enjoy!

Posted by cunoc05 at 7:15 PM CDT
Updated: Monday, 11 August 2008 7:23 PM CDT
Saturday, 19 July 2008
Nanny Mays' Peach Cobbler

This is one of Eddie's favorites. I will be trying this recipe out tomorrow morning. It does taste much better in the special bowl!  =)

[Thank you, Melissa, for emailing this to me!]

1 large can of sliced peaches with the juice
1 1/2 cups of Bisquick (not plain flour!!)
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup milk (estimated amount...Nanny really didn't measure much)
1 stick of butter (Nanny's recipe calls for 1 stick. Melissa says it turns out great with 1/2 stick of butter - your choice.)

  • Combine Bisquick, sugar and milk together in large glass bowl or rectangular Pyrex (Nanny always used a bowl but Melissa just did it in a rectangular dish and it still turned out fine).  Batter should be a little thinner in consistency then pancake batter.
  • Dump can of peaches w/ juice over batter DO NOT MIX PEACHES TOGETHER WITH BATTER .
  • Cover the top with pats of butter
  • Bake uncovered @350 for about an hour till the top is a bubbly golden brown...ENJOY! 

Posted by cunoc05 at 6:16 PM CDT
Updated: Saturday, 19 July 2008 6:17 PM CDT
We Want to Share Your Recipes!


Welcome to the new blog. This will be a fun way to share recipes with family and friends.

Please email me at suzmays@yahoo.com your favorite recipe. If you know where the recipe originated or would like to share a memory of the recipe, that would be awesome. I cannot wait to read others' stories or relive fond memories.

Posted by cunoc05 at 6:04 PM CDT
Updated: Saturday, 19 July 2008 6:09 PM CDT

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