Granny was always a baker first and foremost. The sweet doughy aromas innately drew us to the kitchen to get a closer whiff. Today, her homestyle recipes conjure up a taste of a simpler time. Help preserve these classic dishes by enjoying them with a loved one or in your own perfect solitude.
The ancient Greeks invented pie thousands of years ago and its legacy continues to grow. The local townsfolk considered Granny to be a pie wizard as she masterfully turned out a dozen different varieties on all major holidays, including Martin Luther King Day. Keep her tradtion alive and indulge in one of her classics today.
All-Purpose Pie Crust
Simple yet versatile. Quick but enduring. Granny's classic pie crust really takes the cake.
Banana Cream Pie
Featuring a rich and creamy filling over a layer of sliced fruit, Granny’s Banana Cream Pie is great with any meal.
Chocolate Cream Pie
A rich chocolately filling adorned with a homemade whipped cream topping.
Coconut Cream Pie
A smooth custard filling topped with a beautiful crown of golden meringue and toasted coconut flakes.
Key Lime Pie
A tart and creamy delight, turning fresh Key limes into a firm custard filling with a homemade whipped cream topping.
Lemon Meringue Pie
Granny's famous lemon custard topped with a cloud of toasted merenigue. A springtime perennial favorite.
Granny's Strawberry Pie is the classic combination of berries and cream in pie form.
Dutch Apple Pie
Topped in a traditional streusel crumb, this old-world dessert celebrates the flavors of brown sugar and baked apples.
It's hard to believe but there other types of dessert besides pie. From cakes to cookies to candies and beyond, explore all the old-fashioned baked goods your sweet tooth could desire.
Salty peanut butter balls dipped in rich chocolate - it's truly a match made in heaven.
This old-fashioned sheet cake is soft and moist and perfect for a birthday party.
The perfect base for strawberry shortcake, this Pound Cake is moist and tender perfection.
Granny’s Butter Divinity is like mixing nougat, marshmallows, and fudge with the fluffiness of a cloud. This traditional candy is timeless classic.
Delectably soft miniature tarts, filled with a sweet gooey brown sugar nectar and freshly chopped nuts.
A prized possession of Alaskan pioneers, an active sourdough starter could sustain a family through a hard winter. The process can be intimidating at first but practice makes perfect. Starting a sourdough culture is like adopting a pet. Can you undertake the responsibility?
An active well-fed sourdough starter opens the door to a wide world of home baked goodies.
A delightfully crusty crust and a soft tangy interior make this homemade sourdough bread a daily requirement.