Sunday, May 15, 2011

I Need Your Recipes

The Bethesda Preschool is creating a cookbook and we need your favorite recipes. In order to create the best cookbook possible, we need as many recipes as we can get to meet our goal of 500 recipes for the cookbook.

If you have a favorite recipe that you would like to share, here are a few ways you can submit them through my blog.

1) Send me an email with your favorite recipes at

2) Leave a comment on this blog post with your recipe.  Type out the full recipe and put your name (so I know who it is submitted by) or if you are suggesting a recipe from either the white or yellow Bethesda Church Cookbook, leave a comment with the recipe name, page number and which cookbook it is found in.

3) Use the following Linky tool by posting your favorite recipe (or linking to a recipe you have already posted) on your blog and then linking it back to my blog below.  Be sure to include a link to this post so others can view the recipes and include their own.


  1. Yellow cookbook pg. 27 Neighborhood Chocolate Chip Cookies. Best choc chip cookies EVER. Makes 6 dozen cookies that stay soft! Two alterations I make: Use butter flavored crisco instead of Shortening. Use 1 1/2 cups EACH of brown sugar and white sugar.
    Kathryn Goertzen

  2. White cookbook pg 52 Eclair Cake by Diane Davis Epp (Brian K)
    The best and SO easy! Everyone loves it. It looks impressive but is basically just soggy graham crackers.

  3. White cookbook page 42 Raw Apple Cake by Cornelia Peters Kliewer (Henry E.)
    A wonderful cake especially in fall when apples are in season. The Carmeal Sauce recipe is enough for several cakes.

  4. Hello! You are more than welcome to use any of my recipes on my blog. I linked one (Poor Man's cookies) that is super easy to make- and kid friendly. Good luck collecting recipes!