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UMC foodies from all over the Florida Conference swap and share recipes here. You’ll find secret family recipes, holiday drinks, kiddie snacks and tons more. The list is always growing, so check back often to see what’s cooking!




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This is my grandmother's recipe that she and later my mother prepared every Sunday. There could be no Sunday dinner without Grandma's bread pudding.

This recipe is from Pat Riggle, a sis-in-law. We make it every holiday!

Three ingredients!

With cinnamon and pecans...

A "must have" for every church dinner.

The charm of this recipe is that you can make the coconut pie without a crust. The Bisquick makes a great crust. Put everything in a blender and it is done except for the baking.

Another use for the versatile vanilla cookie.

A relative gave me this tasty recipe years ago. Candied fruit will appear in the stores late November for the holdiays.

My Mom got this recipe from an Ohio newspaper in 1970. We make it every holiday.

This recipe is Karin's specialty. She never let us know how she made them. When she died, her husband Paul, gave me the recipe, so it would not be lost.

Using the chocolate chip refrigerated dough gives you a head start on the recipe.

My neighbor gave me this recipe, and we have enjoyed it ever since.

I have made this many times. Several ladies have asked me for the recipe.

Instead of a biscuit at a meal, this is a nice change.

Similar to a blondie with chocolate chips.

Lou and her family lived on a small horse ranch in Pembroke Pines, FL. She brought this very sweet desert to every covered dish dinner and also served it when they hosted the "Golden Oldies" on their ranch.

Make it every Christmas!

Just yummy, and they won't last long.

A dear friend gave us this delicious recipe many years ago.

Mango Cake using fresh mangos. Because fruit is so sweet, I don't add as much sugar as for a regular cake using 2 cups of flour. Instead of frosting it with cream cheese/sugar recipe, I just dust it with confectioner's sugar after it cools.

Since you bake this in the microwave, it is fast and does not heat up the house as the oven would.

This is a very easy pie to make.

Quick, easy dessert. Makes 2 pies !

These are a bite of heaven for mincemeat lovers. Try them instead of pie for Thanksgiving.

Easy and great for pot lucks.

This recipe has been made every holiday since she first shared it with us, in the 1990s.

Bread pudding with lemon sauce.

This is my husband's favorite dessert.

You really cannot mess this up.

Six ingredients, and you don't have to turn on the oven!

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