Recipes

Southern Pineapple Pie

Southern Pineapple Pie

This Southern Pineapple Pie has a burst of tropical summer sunshine baked right into it. Full of juicy pineapple with a custard center, fluffy...
Blueberry Lemon Crumb Pie

Blueberry Lemon Crumb Pie

Blueberry Lemon Crumb Pie has a delicious lemon cookie crumb crust, light, luscious lemon pie center and is topped with blueberry pie filling. A...

Applesauce Spice Muffins with Dried Cranberries

Make Ahead Applesauce Spice Muffins with Dried Cranberries are an easy breakfast, snack or brunch treat. The batter can be made and stored in the...
Caramel Pecan Chocolate Cups

Caramel Pecan Chocolate Cups

Fans of the TURTLES® Candies are going to love this recipe. Our version of Caramel Pecan Chocolate Cups candy uses dark chocolate instead of milk...

Praline Pecan Loaf

This Praline Pecan Loaf is going to become a staple at your breakfast table. A marriage of a nutty sticky bun and decadent cinnamon roll. This loaf is...
Dill and Parmesan Biscuits

Dill and Parmesan Biscuits

Dill and Parmesan Biscuits are light and fluffy, yet full of savory dill and Parmesan cheese. A perfect accompaniment to a roast beef dinner or...

Orange Nut Fudge

A rich and creamy fudge with lots of orange and citrus flavor. This vintage recipe appears in the Imperial Sugar 125th anniversary cookbook....
Honey Bee Rolls

Honey Bee Rolls

Soft and fluffy Honey Bee Rolls are slightly sweet and wonderfully delicious. This versatile dough can also be baked into two loaves instead of rolls....
Penoche Candy

Penoche Candy

Penoche is a simple but delicious candy made from brown sugar, butter and milk. Penoche is a bit lighter than fudge and has a wonderful maple caramel...

Old Fashioned Sea Foam Candy

Light and airy, this old fashioned sea foam recipe is found in one of our vintage cookbooks from 1951, Sue's Candy Kettle and Some of Her Success...

Caramel Dumplings

These quick and easy dumpling recipe is from our 1968 vintage 125th Anniversary cookbook. Southern, sweet and simply scrumptious, these soft dumplings...
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