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Bringing Baking Back Food Club Clock Cookies

Food Club®Clock Cookies

Bringing Baking Back Food Club Clock Cookies

Ring in the New Year with these Food Club® clock cookies. 

 Ingredients

  • 1 Food Club® sugar cookie dough roll 
  • 1 cup assorted sprinkles 
  • 1 tub Food Club® buttercream frosting 
  • Blue food coloring 
  • Black food coloring 

Instructions

  1. Cut the sugar cookie dough roll into 12 equal disks. Cut a small circle into 1/3 of the cookies leaving 1/2-inch remaining. Bake according to package instructions. 
  2. Split the frosting into thirds. Mix 1/3 with blue food coloring and 1/3 with black food coloring. Load colored frosting into a piping bag with a small detail tip. 
  3. Once cool, frost 1/3 of the cookies with the plain buttercream frosting and pipe a clock face onto each cookie alternating colors.  
  4. Frost the perimeter of a plain, unfrosted cookie and top with a cut-out cookie. Fill the well with sprinkles, frost the perimeter of the cut-out cookie, and top with the clock-frosted cookie. Crack at midnight to reveal the sprinkle surprise inside.  
Bringing Baking Back Food Club Turkey Pot Pies

Food Club®Turkey Pot Pies

Bringing Baking Back Food Club Turkey Pot Pies

Individualize this classic meal with these single-serve Turkey Pot Pies. This also makes a great way to use left over Thanksgiving turkey!  

Ingredients

Food Club® Pie crust 

2 cups turkey, pulled  

1 can Food Club® mixed vegetables, drained 

1 can Food Club® cream of chicken soup 

Food Club® Salt and pepper to taste 

Directions

Heat oven to 400 degrees and grease ramekins.

Unroll pie crust and cut into a circle the size of your ramekins. 

Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl. 

Divide mixture into ramekins and top with puff pastry circles. 

Bake for 15-20 minutes until golden brown. 

Bite sized pumpkin pie.

Food Club®Mini Pumpkin Pies

Bite sized pumpkin pie.

All the flavors of Homemade Pumpkin Pie packed into perfect portable fall dessert – Easy Pumpkin Pie Bites.

Ingredients

Food Club® pie crusts (2)  

Food Club® 8 oz. brick softened cream cheese  

Food Club® 1 can pumpkin puree  

Food Club® sugar, 1 Cup  

Food Club® vanilla, 1 tsp  

Food Club® Pumpkin Pie spice, 1 tsp  

Food Club® whipped cream

Directions  

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Spray mini cupcake pan.

Roll pie crust cut and place in the center of the cupcake pan. Mold dough to fit cupcake tin.  

Mix cream cheese and sugar. Then add pumpkin, vanilla and pumpkin pie spice.  

Place a dollop of mixture into the mini crusts.  

Bake until the edges are golden brown, about 15-20 minutes.  

Allow to cool. Top with whipped cream and serve.

Food Club® Apple Crisp

We love this recipe to the core! Enjoy this crunchy and sweet apple crisp all Fall long.

Ingredients

  • 6-8 apple peeled and chopped (golden delicious is recommended)
  • 2 tbs. Food Club® sugar
  • 1 3/4 tbs. ground cinnamon
  • 1 1/2 tsp. lemon juice
  • 1 cup Food Club® brown sugar
  • 3/4 cup Food Club® old fashioned oats
  • 1/2 cup cold Food Club® butter, cubed

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
  2. Mix apples with sugar, cinnamon, and lemon juice. Pour mixture into a greased 8×8 inch dish.
  3. In a large bowl, mix brown sugar, oats and butter. Use your hands or a pastry cutter until mixture is the texture of corn meal and the butter is dispersed throughout. Place on top of apple mixture.
  4. Bake for 30-40 minutes until apples are softened and topping is browned. Serve with ice cream and a caramel drizzle.

See more Food Club® recipes at www.foodclubsavings.com.

Baking with Pumpkins

As a member of the gourd family, pumpkins have a variety of uses.  The most popular use is of course the carving of Jack-O-Lanterns; however, there are many other things that a pumpkin can be incorporated into.  We’ve given you some fun cooking and recipe ideas to make sure your fall season is unforgettable!

pumpkin

One thing to understand is which pumpkin to use for specific things.

For Pies & Purees

  • Sugar Pie Pumpkins
  • Cinderella Pumpkins

These pumpkins are sweet and have a less dense skin that allows easy baking.  You won’t be disappointed in the taste!  For step-by-step instructions on how to make your own puree visit Allrecipes.com

Mini Pumpkin Pies

Everyone loves pumpkin pie! With these simple Mini Pumpkin Pies your whole family can enjoy their own treat.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Jars

Layer your favorite flavor into a simple canning jar that is a simple replacement for  a fall favorite.

Pumpkin Dump Cake

Don’t settle for a basic cake- make a pumpkin dump cake! This technique gives a delicious crunch to the top layer of the cake while still maintaining a fluffy and traditional cake layer underneath.

Pumpkin Bread

The ultimate classic dessert of the season. Make this easy pumpkin bread any day of the week and eat it on its own or make into a luxurious french toast.

Pumpkin No Bake Pumpkin Cookies

Curb your sweet tooth immediately with these no-bake pumpkin cookies.

Happy Fall!

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Bringing Baking Back Food Club Chocolate Covered Cherries

Food Club®Chocolate Covered Cherries

Bringing Baking Back Food Club Chocolate Covered Cherries

Give the gift of these Food Club® Chocolate Covered Cherries.

Ingredients

Food Club® white chocolate chips 1 bag  

Food Club® Sugar   

Fresh Cherries (Sub with Food Club® Marciano cherries)  

Directions

Melt white chocolate Food Club® chips in microwave for 3-minutes, stirring occasionally until fully melted.

Dip cherries in chocolate, and then roll in sugar.

Cool and serve.  

Food Club Brownie Trees Recipe

Food Club®Christmas Tree Brownies

Bringing Baking Back Food Club Christmas Tree Brownies

Ingredients

Food Club® brownie mix

Food Club® white vanilla icing tub

Green food coloring

Holiday sprinkles

Food Club® pretzel sticks

Directions

Line an 8×8 pan with foil and spray with cooking spray. Make brownies according to package directions and bake as directed. Cool brownies completely.

Remove brownies from pan and cut into three rows. Then cut rows into alternating diagonals to end with tree triangles.

Break pretzels sticks in half and insert half into bottom of brownie tree for trunk.

Spoon half icing into small bowl. Add green food coloring and mix. Add colored icing into zip lock bag. Cut off small corner  and gently squeeze zig zags onto brownie trees. Add sprinkles.

Enjoy!

Bringing Baking Back Food Club Reindeer Chow

Food Club®Reindeer Chow

Bringing Baking Back Food Club Reindeer Chow

A holiday snack full of chocolate peanut butter goodness, salty pretzels and sweet bits of chocolate.

Ingredients

6 cups Food Club® Rice Squares

1 cup Food Club® Milk Chocolate Chips

1/2 cup Food Club® Peanut Butter

1 1/2 cup Food Club® Confectioners Sugar

2 cups Food Club® Mini Marshmallows

1 1/2 cups Food Club® Pretzels

Directions

1 bag red and green chocolate candies

Place Rice Squares into large bowl. Set aside.

Put milk chocolate chips and peanut into microwaveable bowl. Heat in microwave in 20 second increments mixing in between until fully melted.

Pour melted chocolate mixture onto Rice Squares. Toss until coated. Add confectioners sugar and toss again until evenly coated.

Add in marshmallows, pretzels and chocolate candies. Enjoy!

Neighbor Cocoa Gift

Food Club®Neighbor Cocoa

Neighbor Cocoa

Wish your neighbors “Happy Holidays” with these adorable and practical Food Club® hot cocoa gifts.

4 plastic viles with caps
1 bag Food Club® mini marshmallows
2 packets Food Club® hot cocoa mix
1/4 cup crushed peppermint candies
1 foot red and white striped ribbon

Fill 2 plastic viles with Food Club® hot cocoa mix, 1 plastic vile with mini marshmallows, and the last plastic vile with crushed peppermint candies. Bundle the 4 filled viles with the striped ribbon and finish with a holiday-themed tag.

Bringing Baking Back Food Club Candy Cane Cookies

Food Club®Candy Cane Cookies

Bringing Baking Back Food Club Candy Cane Cookies

Upgrade your holiday baking game with these Food Club® candy cane cookies.   

Ingredients 

2 Food Club® sugar cookie dough rolls 

Red food coloring 

Directions

Color one sugar cookie dough roll with red food coloring.   

Chill both the colored and non-colored dough overnight.   

Roll a 6-inch rope of cookie dough in red and non-colored cookie dough. Twist the doughs around each other, half, and shape into candy canes.  

Bake according to the package and serve.