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reiberdatschi mit apfelmus

Schmalzbrot.....yummmmm Fettbemme aber mit Gewürz Gürkchen

Traditional Scandinavian Dandelion Syrup Recipe /not that I've ever heard of this.

This just brings back great memories of my childhood, I have no idea why, but it does!

This was a childhood memory that I was craving, so I called my nanny and she gave the recipe to me. The second I tasted it, I was flushed with happy thoughts. It tastes like caramel! Enjoy with slices of apples for a healthy snack! Be creative: You can add peanut butter, nuts or chocolate sauce, or try using strawberry flavored cream cheese. Have fun and enjoy! Ingredients 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 tablespoon vanilla extract

Apple tart with vanilla sauce

The outcome is a wholesome and tasty dessert that brings back many wonderful memories from my childhood. The smell, the flavor, and the taste took me right back to my hometown, and into mom's kitchen. Savoured with the traditional vanilla sauce, similar to a vanilla custard, this is a real treat...

Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal

Apples, cinnamon and brown sugar! Flavors that filled my favorite childhood breakfast, stove-top oatmeal. Today these same flavors are part of my favorite make ahead breakfast, Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal.

Crisscross Apple Crowns

The name of this reminds of my childhood. Did you ever say "crisscross applesauce nobody can get my place"? Well with 4 kids and limited seating it was a favorite in our house. :) Totally not related. I just wanted to share. I love how easy these are to make! They are soooo good! How happy would your family be if they were awakened by the aroma of apples and cinnamon on a chilly morning? These would also be perfect to serve at a brunch.

Favorite Easter And Spring Meals And Dishes

Ham Salad Sandwich: "This is the ham salad of my childhood. I pulsed the celery, onion and ham in my food processor. I substituted cornichons for the hot pickles, which added a nice spice element." –Artetc