Home on the Grange: No stove needed

Posted Jul 22 2016, 2:31 pm in , , ,

Searching through the 1950 edition of the Pennsylvania State Grange Cook Book, I found a recipe for Marshmallow Pudding. I can’t say I’m going to try this one, but it certainly would be easy to throw together. It even tries to be healthy with a heapin’ helpin’ of fruit … but then there’s the cream.

Marshmallow Pudding

This looks a little fancier than the PA State Grange Cook Book recipe.

Marshmallow Pudding

1 pound marshmallows, 1 pint cream. Pour cream over marshmallows. Let stand two hours. Add 1 can crushed pineapple, 2 bananas*, 2 oranges*.

That’s it! I think you could add a bit of coconut and walnuts too 🙂

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*It doesn’t say to but I think the fruit should be cut up and if you’re really into ease, I’d suggest canned mandarin oranges, drained, for the oranges.

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