from Mennonite Girls Can Cook
325 degree oven
1 can sweetened condensed milk
3 c coconut
1/2 c flour
1/4 t salt
2 t vanilla or a combination of vanilla and almond
Combine, drop onto greased or parchment lined baking sheets, bake 18-20 minutes, let cool 3-5 minutes only, remove from baking sheet to a cooling rack. When cool, enjoy.
The perfect summer cookie, quick
easy, and the kitchen does not get too hot. I hope you enjoy these as much as we will.
This is such a busy time of year, what with the nice weather finally here! But still the home and household must be tended to, especially if one is trying to stay true to a financial budget or newly adopted changes in meals or exercise.
One of the things I have wanted to do is make my own laundry soap. I have shared other links for homemade soaps here before, but have yet to make any of those. For me a drawback to some of the recipes was the fact that the finished product was a liquid. I have never liked using liquid soap on my laundry. For one thing, what does one do with the measuring cup? It was always in a constant state of drying or has a puddle in the bottom. Silly as it may seem, that always made me not want to deal with a liquid laundry soap. I know lots of folks that will pre-treat the laundry with the liquid soap, and it is true you cannot do that with a powder. But I also keep a bar of Fels Naptha right there and as the washer is filling, dip the end of the bar in the water and pre-treat those stubborn areas, works great for most stains.
Quite possible the link I will share today is basically the same recipe as the other links already shared on previous posts. So what would be the difference? Honestly it is only because my commercially prepared laundry powder is about gone, so it is really time to get serious. I will start with this one.........
Radishes are everywhere this time of year. I had never come across a radish recipe before. But this little salad looks fresh and crisp, also it would be easy to make a half batch or even smaller, for those with smaller families. Take a look here........
The same is true for zucchinis, there is never a shortage this time of year. Ferdzy says this soup is good hot, but even better chilled. It is also a beautiful green color, take a look...........
I/We are a beef eating family, no doubt about it. This is a zesty marinade for steaks, but I also think it would be great with chicken thighs. MGCC also share a good tip for less expensive steaks. Take a look here........
Now for a couple of crafts. The first one is a great idea, especially for smaller children just learning to use a backpack. This is made from a fabric sample, take a look at this....
This would be great to partner with a loaf of homemade bread. A reusable bread bag........
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