Fall Harvest Gelatin Salad contains the flavors of fall. I know some of you may be questioning the veracity of that statement because there’s no pumpkin spice, or plain pumpkin, included in this recipe, but pumpkin spice isn’t the only flavor of fall. In fact, before pumpkin spice mania took the country by storm, there were cranberries, apples, and pecans. Those flavors, along with celery, are the basis for our Fall Harvest Gelatin Salad. I have a confession to make. I’m really lazy and impatient when it comes to making gelatin dishes. I realize that I will have to get […]
This Orange Fluff Gelatin Salad is the perfect recipe. It’s simple to prepare, and there’s no waiting while layers are setting up. You just dump everything into a bowl and stir it together. Stick it in the fridge for a couple of hours, and you’ve got a delicious salad. This recipe might be considered cheating during this 30 days of gelatin recipes because it’s very similar to two other recipes that appear on this site. Lemon Gelatin Fruit Salad Cran-Raspberry Gelatin Salad I’m not sure why I called this Orange Fluff instead of Orange Gelatin Fruit Salad, but it seems […]
Cinnamon Apple Gelatin is a special treat. The combination of cherry gelatin, applesauce, and cinnamon red hots makes a delectable dessert that’s simple to prepare, and we all know that we like simple here at Patty Cake’s Pantry. What will you need to prepare this recipe? From the Pantry cherry gelatin dessert mix unsweetened applesauce cinnamon “red hots” candies In order to complete my 30 days of gelatin challenge, I have been asking friends, family, and acquaintances for their favorite gelatin, or jello, recipes. I have learned about some very unusual combinations. Some of these I will be sharing during […]
Cran-Raspberry Gelatin was one of the combinations that I felt was an absolute necessity during my 30 days of gelatin. I love the combination of cranberries and raspberries. It’s really one of my favorite flavors. That’s why Cran-Raspberry Gelatin is my first new gelatin recipe in this series. This is a simple recipe, which is probably why I chose it. It’s a variation on your grandmother’s canned fruit and gelatin desserts. When I was a child, fruit and gelatin was a common dessert, so I had to pay homage to those desserts during this series, so Cran-Raspberry Gelatin was born. […]
It’s that time of year again, when I will be challenging myself to create 30 days of recipes using one ingredient, or technique. The previous two years, I have presented 30 days of beans and 30 days of canned foods, respectively. This year, I have decided that Gelatin Desserts, and gelatin recipes, in general, are under-represented on this website, so I have chosen 30 days of gelatin recipes. Some may wonder why I even care about how many gelatin recipes are on Patty Cake’s Pantry. They may also wonder why I plan on producing 30 days of recipes containing gelatin. […]
Gumdrop Cake is usually a Christmas tradition in certain cultures, so why am I making one in February? Don’t you know that today is National Gumdrop Day? I already had some gumdrops, and having been inspired by this post for a Christmas Gumdrop Bundt Cake, I decided that I would celebrate today by making a Gumdrop cake. I, however, lacked the ambition to create a cake from scratch, so I used a cake mix. (Gasp!)
Why am I publishing a list of five favorite homemade candies? Primarily, I’m publishing this list because all of these recipes contain chocolate, and I love chocolate, but each of these recipes also makes a great gift.
Fifteen dozen cookies in two hours is not an idle promise. This is the best cookie hack. Bus Boy and I really did this. If you don’t have a helper, don’t worry. Bus boy didn’t really do much more than stand around in the kitchen and supervise the baking. Oh, I almost forgot that he taste tested some of the cookies, too.
I may be overdoing things with these crinkle cookies, but with upcoming holidays, I just realized that what we need in our lives is Red Velvet Cake Mix Crinkle Cookies. Think about it. Red is a great color for Christmas, but it’s a great color for Valentine’s day, too. That means that there are at least two occasions where red velvet crinkle cookies can make an appearance in your house. There are other times, too.
This recipe for Pumpkin Cake Roll may be coming a little late to the annual pumpkin recipe party, but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share it with all of my readers. It’s just too good to wait until next fall. This tantalizing dessert of pumpkin cake wrapped around a sweet and tangy cream cheese frosting is addictive. Besides, this Pumpkin Cake Roll freezes well, so if you’ve picked up any pumpkin that’s on sale, you can make several and store them in the freezer until you’re ready to entertain.