Stance: Studies on the Family

Brigham Young University Student Journal

Category: Food & Culture (page 4 of 5)

Christmas Treats

Our friends at Familius sent over some more Christmas recipes for you to enjoy over your holiday break. Try these ones out!

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Microwave Christmas Fudge

by Janai Skiles

Try out this easy Christmas fudge. The best part is, you don’t even have to turn on the oven. This fudge can be made right in your microwave.

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Grain Crazy – Spelt breakfasts

Our friends at Familius sent us these delicious recipes to step up your breakfast. Try these spelt breakfast recipe! Spelt is a nutritious grain with a deep nut-like flavor. Spelt products are becoming more widely available as the popularity of this grain grows. These recipes were created by Britney Rule and can be found in her new book, Grain Crazy (available at Familius.com). These pancakes and waffles will be the perfect way to start your day on these chilly winter mornings.

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Pumpkin Pie Cake

Spice up your Thanksgiving with a new pumpkin twist. Your family will love this delicious pumpkin recipe, and the best part is—it’s easier than pie.

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Butternut Squash Soup

by Lindsay Sandberg

With winter setting in, nothing sounds better than a rich soup. This butternut squash soup recipe is delicious. Using an immersion blender makes the process even simpler. Enjoy!

 

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World’s Easiest Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

by Rebecca Hamson

Sometimes you just need a delicious dessert, and you need it fast. These incredible pumpkin chocolate chip cookies can be made in just 15 minutes (including baking time) and with only three ingredients!

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Zucchini Casserole

by Sarah Perkins

This has long been a favorite of mine, and if you happen to have a lot of zucchini that you just don’t know what to do with, it’s a great way to use it up!

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Cinnamon Roll Cake in a Mug

It’s hard to find a dessert for just one or two, but this recipe is great for just that! And the cleanup is a snap! Only one mug, the icing bowl and a fork need washing. (This recipe was found on cookingclassy.com.)

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Early Fall Apple Pie

Fall is my favorite season for baking because everything is so warm, rich, and delicious. One of my absolute favorites is apple pie, but the hardest part about any pis is the crust. I live in a small apartment and don’t always have all the space, or equipment, or ingredients (or really the time) to make crust, so let me tell you a secret: I love to cheat. It turns out that Pillsbury unroll-fill refrigerated pie crust is delicious. I used their crust and recipe to make this pie that is absolutely perfect for a fall treat.

 

 

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Chippy Blond Brownies: Taste of Home

Tonight we had our last Stance meeting of the semester. We said goodbye to our graduating members, prepared for the summer months, and enjoyed these delicious treats!

Taste of Home’s Chippy Blond Brownies

These butterscotch- and chocolate-infused blondies were a hit. Our managing editor even declared that everyone had to try one of these before the party was over. And we suggest that you try it to.

Enjoy!

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