Smooth Home Frozen Desserts from Campfire Marshmallows, 1925
This is a wonderful, vintage cookbook created in 1925 by a company called Campfire Marshmallows. I believe they had their own brand of marshmallows that were quite popular back in those days. This is what my Grandma told me, anyway.
I have not tried every one of the home frozen desserts, but have done enough to know that these are all quite good. Best of all, none are that difficult to put together. That is always welcome in recipes that come together this tasty.
Creamy, just sweet enough for every sweets lover and plenty of treats kids will love, you can’t go wrong with this handy dandy little cookbook of home frozen desserts.
This Smooth Home Frozen Desserts Campfire Marshmallows cookbook describes the cookbook far better than I can!
“A collection of recipes for the most delicious home-frozen dishes you have ever tasted. Out of hundreds available, tested and compiled by ‘The Household Science Institute of Chicago’. These have been chosen for flavor, texture and practicability, as best suited for year-round use. They include the seven prize-winning recipes submitted in a recent nation-wide contest.”
“Most of these recipes are so thrifty and so easy to make that you can serve them to the family any day, with as much nonchalance as if they were stewed prunes or bread pudding. Others, originated especially for festive occasions, are outstanding in tempting appearance and unusual, exotic flavor…”
Fabulous and fun recipes await in this 32-page cookbook! Recipe types include Marlows, sauces, mallobets (marshmallow ices), marshices (made without cream or egg whites), frozen salads and appetizers, marflips (cooling beverages). See the images for a screen shot of the complete list of the home frozen desserts.
After purchasing the Smooth Home Frozen Desserts cookbook, you will receive a link to download it in computer friendly PDF format as soon as your payment is processed.
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Dessert Trimming Tip
Love chocolate ice cream in your mouth – but not on your hips? Replace 1 cup of chocolate ice cream with 2/3 cup of nonfat chocolate frozen yogurt. (Source: BellyBytes.com)
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