Wanda E. Brunstetter's Amish Friends Cookbook: Desserts
This book is a delicious collection of delectable, tastysounding, homemade desserts worth making. They are collected by Amish friends of Wanda Brunstetter's,the author. I wrote down several recipesto put in my recipe book as keepers! Iwant to try these out for myself. Thedesserts in this cookbook are an assortment of goodies you can make with ingredients/staplesyou probably already have in your cupboards. This is an excell...more
The recipe directions are clear (with the exception of whether the recipe calls for salted butter or unsalted butter) and user-friendly. There are no calorie listings, serving sizes, or anything like that...more
Inside I found quite a few standard dessert recipes, several of them had margarine in them, which was surprising (don't the Amish churn their own butter?). The inclusion of margarine made me cringe, but I thought that perhaps there would be some really exceptional rarities found within the pages of thi...more
I made the Apple Dapple Cake and Key Lime Pie.
Both recipes took very few ingredients and they were both easy to make. Very little time
was needed in the preparation.
We belong to a home church and each Sunday we have a potluck after the service.
We made these desserts for that potluck.
I was afraid the cake would not make it there. It is one of those foods that is easy to slice
an inch off a time and eat. And the family was doing a goo...more
The book contains the following chapters:
Cookies and Bars
Ice Cream, Toppings and Frozen D...more
As it says in the book "Wunderbaar Gut (Wonderful Good) Desserts from the Heart of Amish Country!"
There are collections of Cakes, Candy, Cookies & Bars, Ice Cream, Toppings & Frozen Desserts, Pies, Puddings & Cobblers, and Other Desserts.
There are so very many wonderfu...more
Wanda E, Brunstetter’s Amish Friends Cookbook: Desserts, Daymaker, 2011, 160 Pages, ISBN-13: 978-1616262921, $16.99
In the weeks before the holidays I look for and experiment with new recipes. Successful easy-to-make recipes (that everyone wants more of) are then added to my “keeper” file and become part of traditional Thanksgiving and Christmas meals.
Best-selling author, Wanda Brunstetter’s new Amish dessert cookbook, with lavish photographs of mouth-watering recipes, thoughts, quotes and colorf...more
As I paged through this book, I found dozens of recipes that I want to try. Cake, cookies, candy, pudding, pies, cobblers, bars and ice cream recipes are featured with easy-to-read instructions and ingredients you have on your kitchen shelves. The color pictures are a perfect accompaniment. "Wunderbar Gut."
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I probably would have liked a few more pictures but the ones that were there were very well done.
Off to try to make the Oatmeal Cake now.