8 Timeless Family Recipes

Grandma s Poultry Dressing:

 A cherished family recipe passed down through generations, this dressing is a tradition in the Howland family from Joliet, Illinois. It's a good old-fashioned recipe that has stood the test of time.

Roasted Strawberry Sheet Cake:

Inspired by Grandma Gigi's love for summer berry cakes, this sheet cake is a tribute to her. Made with roasted strawberries, it's a delightful treat reminiscent of warm summer days.

Apricot Amaretto Jam:

This thick and chunky apricot jam recipe was handed down from Grandma and is a delightful way to preserve the flavors of summer. It's a special treat to share with family and friends.

Cold-Day Chicken Noodle Soup:

A comforting bowl of chicken noodle soup passed down from generation to generation. This heartwarming soup is perfect for chilly days and is a bowlful of comfort for the soul.

Family-Favorite Caramelized Onions:

Passed down by the mother-in-law, these caramelized onions are a family favorite. With a few tweaks, they're better than ever and rarely have any leftovers.

Pecan Shortbread Tea Cakes:

These shortbread cookies, made only at Christmas, are a tribute to Grandma Ellis. With indulgent ingredients, they're a special treat that brings back fond memories.

No-Knead Knot Rolls:

A recipe from Mom Velma Perkins, these light, golden rolls require no kneading. The dough rises overnight in the refrigerator, making them easy to serve fresh with any meal.

Old-Fashioned Applesauce:

Made with a variety of apples from the yard, this applesauce recipe is a tribute to Mother's secret technique for keeping it extra white.