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Honey Wafers

We found Honey Wafers mentioned in a 1927 copy of Delineator magazine, and looked into their history a bit. Turns out It all started in 1925 when Mama Anisi brought her Honey Wafer recipe to America from Macedonia. This recipe is part of our Valentine's Day series.

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Orange Gelatin Mold

The 1920s were a time when home refrigeration made recipes such as this Orange Gelatin Mold possible. Home cooks began molding their fruit into gelatin and a food revolution was born--dessert that didn't have to be baked!

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Waldorf Pudding

Waldorf Pudding is one of those recipes with a history, and yet no consistent recipe has survived through the years. Said to have been served on the Titanic, we've recreated the idea as part of our 1920s Valentine's Day!

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Planter’s Punch Gelatin Mold

Planter’s Punch Gelatin Mold was created to showcase the new refrigeration possible in the 1920s and the ways people worked around the Prohibition Era.

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Social Cookies

Social Cookies in today's lingo might be a tech term identifying the social media sites you frequent. But in the 1920s, they were a go-to recipe for tea and socialization in the midst of a changing world.

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Superfruit Cocktail

Fruit Cocktail was a staple on the table in the 1920s, in an era when refrigeration and convenience were coming into their own. We've updated that recipe and created a Superfruit Cocktail, perfect for what you need today!

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Personal Pineapple Upside Down Cake

This Personal Pineapple Upside Down Cake is an updated look at a favorite dessert from the 1920s and is part of our Valentine's series of original recipes from the Food Channel.

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King Cake Twists

Here's a dessert fit for a king to carry around! Wrapped and shaped into a twist, this version of a King Cake Twists will have everyone eating out of your hands.

 

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French Coffee & Beignet Ice Cream Sandwiches

Imagine warm Café du Monde-style beignets topped with a mountain of delicate powdered sugar and rich French roast coffee, made at home. Now imagine those wonderful flavors paired together in a delicious ice cream sandwich! 

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Caramel Pecan Dip

Luscious caramel with pecans is the dip you've dreamed about, especially when you dip an apple slice! Caramel was never easier to eat.

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Ricotta Almond Chocolate Chip Dip

Think of a sweet canoli and you'll get the idea for this yummy dessert dip--it's like eating the filling to your heart's content. Serve this at your bowl party for the win!

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