Friday, December 31, 2010

A Yummy Tradition...

When my mom lived here, she would make these wonderful cookies called Rosette Cookies.  I had always helper her make them when I was younger.  The process is really quite simple...mix the batter and then use a rosette iron to fry them in Crisco.  Well...my mom moved away a few years ago and we haven't had Rosette Cookies in awhile.  This was the year I revived the tradition.  My grandmother gave me a rosette iron last year...I have been told it is at least 60 years old.  I called my mom for the recipe and got to work teaching Riley how to make the cookies...she did a fantastic job!  We were able to package up a few containers for my cousins (who LOVE these cookies) for Christmas and make a few extra for us.

Supplies:  Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses Paper, Kraft & Pale Pink Cardstock, White Gel Pen, Scallop Punch, Pink Glitter, Chipboard Letters

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4 comments:

jimlynn said...

Sounds tasty!!! Love that scrapbook page too!
Lynn

Danie M said...

What a beautiful tradition to share with your daughter, such a wonderful way to spend quality time together, and a great memory to scrap.

Julie said...

It's so great to give homemade food, especially food that has significance and history for you.

Paige said...

Oh, gee these were a family tradition for me as well. I so want to make some now! Thanks for the memories!

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