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Vintage Desserts

The largest category of vintage recipes on our website is the vintage dessert category.

I have tried to group the recipes into subcategories, as seen below. If you see a recipe that is not categorized properly or has a better category, please comment below.

Golden Almond Bars

Dessert Bar Recipes

Originating in the Midwestern United States, dessert bars, or simply bars or squares, are a type of American “bar cookie” that has the texture of a firm cake or softer than usual cookie.

Often dessert bars are one of the more popular types of desserts at bake sales and are often made for baby showers, bridal showers, birthdays, and weddings.

Click here to view our Dessert Bar Recipes published to date.

Brownie Recipe

Vintage Brownie Recipes

Fudge Cake

Vintage Cake Recipes

Applesauce Cake Recipes

Chocolate Cake Recipes

Peanut Butter Cookies

Vintage Cookie Recipes

Click here to read our article on the History, Recipes, and Facts About Sugar Cookies.

Looking for cookies for the holidays? Click here to view our Vintage Christmas Cookie Recipes Roundup.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes

Oatmeal Cookie Recipes

Peanut Butter Cookie Recipes

Refrigerator Cookie Recipes

Sugar Cookie Recipes

Other Vintage Cookie Recipes

Vintage Custard Recipes

Seven Minute Frosting

Vintage Frosting Recipes

Fudge

Vintage Fudge Recipes

Whipped Cream Icing

Vintage Icing Recipes

Blueberry PIe

Vintage Pie Recipes

Mrs Trumans Famous Ozark Pudding

Vintage Pudding Recipes

Click here to view all of our Pudding Recipes published to date.

Other Vintage Recipes

Vintage Desserts

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Katie Pavelko

Tuesday 16th of April 2019

I am looking for some help. I have an old, old recipe that used to be served at the HSOSF Convent on feast days. They would like us to make it for the 175th anniversary of the order on 7-2-19. The Sisters all remember it, but don't know how to make it. It is a hand written recipe that says:

Heavenly Hash 5# margarine 25 eggs (whole) 1 can crushed pineapples m. 10 can 20 cups p sugar 2 1/2 cups chopped nuts

The only instructions listed are: Beat sugar & m. until creamy

Nothing more. I have scoured the internet for any hints. They described as a very rich pudding like dish that was yellow.

Do you have any suggestions? Thank you

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