|First Food Made Fun|
|by Miriam Stoppard|
Preparing nutritious, varied and appealing dishes that satisfy every member of the family is a daunting task.
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Lightly spoon flour ... tightly and refrigerate overnight. (If desired, ... refrigerator for several days and spooned into muffin cups and baked as needed.
Mix oats and ... Cover and refrigerate overnight. When ready ... few bubbles appear on the tops; turn to brown other sides. Yield: Makes about 18 pancakes.
Combine ingredients in ... large bowl. Cover overnight. The next ... raisins or currants may be added along with, or in place of some of, nuts. Yield: 5 dozen.
Cream shortening and ... creamed mixture. Add oatmeal, nuts, and ... slicing and freeze overnight. Slice thin ... excellent cookies for a diabetic diet.
The night before, mix oatmeal, brown sugar, ... Bake at 325 degrees for 12-15 minutes. Remove promptly. Cool. Store in airtight container. Freezes well.
Mix in order given. Shape into rolls. Chill overnight. Slice and bake in moderate oven.
Combine oatmeal, sugar and oil, let stand overnight or 12 hours. ... into 3x1-inch bars at this stage. Too cool chocolate will crack, too warm will smear.
Mix shortening, butter, sugars and vanilla thoroughly. Stir in remaining ingredients. Turn dough onto lightly floured surface. Shape dough into ball ...
Place in Dutch oven. Bury Dutch oven in hot pit overnight. Dig up Dutch oven in morning. Breakfast is ready. May be served with powdered milk or canned milk.
Combine oatmeal, brown sugar and oil. Let stand overnight. Mix in ... several minutes. Spread over top to frost. Cut into bars while warm. Makes about 3 dozen.
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