Food for the Gods Date Pudding
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Food for the Gods Date Pudding Recipe
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- ¼ pound blanched almonds
- 1 doz. marshmallows
- 1 doz. maraschino cherries
- ½ doz. [macaroons]
- 1 pk. lemon flavored gelatine
- 1 cup whipped cream
- ¼ cup sugar
- !Cut in [sm] pieces, & let stand in a cool place the almonds, marshmallows, cherries, and macaroons.
- Next fold in the cream, almonds, mar. cherry mac & sugar.
- Dehydrate in 1 cup [boiling/cold H20] and 1 cup cold H20, ____, ________]
- [Turn onto] oblong cake tin, set in cold place to harden.
- Serve in slices dipping knife in hot water before slicing.