|New Holland Professional: Cake Decorating|
|by Rachel Brown|
Designed to cover all the skills presented in a trade school course, this photo-illustrated self-teaching guide can help the reader land an entry-...
51 - 60 of 69 for jarred applesauce
Mix butter, egg, ... of pan. Put applesauce on top. Save ... crumb topping. Place chopped nuts and sliced apples on top and bake 1/2 hour or until brown.
Mix together first 5 ingredients. Add hot applesauce; mix well. ... degrees 1/2 hour; reduce heat to 300 degrees for about 1 hour, checking after 30 minutes.
Dissolve Jello in boiling water. Blend in applesauce and lemon juice. Chill until firm. Serve with sour cream or mayonnaise.
Grate Zwieback. Melt ... inch thick. Spread applesauce, about 1/2 ... refrigerator until firm. Cover with Cool Whip (or whipped cream) and decorate with cherries.
Pour jello in ... water over jello. Mix well until jello is dissolved. Add applesauce and mix well. Can be left in bowl to set or can be poured in mold.
Divide applesauce in 2 bowls. ... Frost the cake with the topping. Put in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours. Best results are overnight. Slice and serve.
Combine dry ingredients ... honey, eggs, and applesauce. Beat well. ... and floured 9x13 inch pan at 350 degrees for 40 minutes. Also makes great muffins.
Cream sugar and ... cinnamon and oil. Add baby food - carrots, applesauce and apricots. Pour in cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees, 20 minutes. Mix together.
Preheat oven to ... mixture alternately with applesauce. To form ... decorate with frosting (faces, bow tie, use your imagination). Makes 2 dozen cookies.
Mix 1 jar applesauce with 1 (4 oz.) box cherry Jello. Mix well, let sit about 10 minutes, then serve. Something fun for the kids to make and good to.
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