|Amish Cooking For Kids|
|by Phillis Pellman Good|
What better way to enjoy time with one's children than through cooking--a time-honored Amish way of celebrating family and food.
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Mix together the ... above mixture with the gob filling until fluffy. Frost the top of one cake, then place other cake on top of that. Cut into 24 squares.
Mix together Crisco, ... To fill the gobs, take 2 ... moderate amount of the gob filling between the two. Wrap in plastic wrapping until you are ready to eat.
Mix together the ... smooth. Allow to cool. Add remaining ingredients and beat until creamy. Put 1 tablespoonful in between two cookies to make one "Gob".
Mix the cake ... toothpick to test if done. For Gob Icing, mix all ingredients with mixer at high speed until creamy. Place icing between layers of gobs.
Mix above ingredients ... icing. Remove wax paper from top layer then lay cookie sheet on top and flip. Remove other wax paper. Cut gob cake in squares.
Mix well sugar, ... cool. Add: 1 tsp. vanilla 1 c. butter (should be room temp.) Using beater beat until fluffy and refrigerate before spreading on gobs.
Cream sugar, oil, ... cool, fill with gob filling. Put all ... thick enough to spread. Put filling on one cookie and top with another. These freeze well.
Cream sugar and ... Drop on a greased cookie sheet, bake 5 to 7 minutes at 400 degrees. Beat ingredients until creamy. Spread filling between two gob cakes.
Mix according to cake mix on the box. Then add rest of the ingredients and beat for 3 minutes or until mixed well. Take 2 cookie sheets. Put wax ...
Cream shortening, sugar and eggs. Sift flour and soda. Add mixture alternately with milk and coffee. Drop by spoonfuls onto an UNGREASED cookie ...
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