My great recipe cards

My sister has a collection of "My Great Recipe" cards since 1980's. I am not sure if this is the same company that she ordered from through the mail.I would like to obtain these recipes and others if necessary. Everything is divided in sections of desert, meats under poultry, salads and dressing, vegetable-legumes, fish, sandwiches, barbeques, hot and cold appetizers, hot pot meals, breakfast, soups. Every month she would receive a pack of different recieps for her to place them in a plastic box with a lid to it. She also has the index cards for each section numbering each recipe as to where they go. Please let me know if this is the right company, since it was the only one I founded under the website with "My Great Recipe Cards".
I would like to order these by mail for my daughter and myself. The recipes are awesome. Thanks in advance, Ruth.

over 7 years ago

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1. Reno, United States  almost 2 years ago

I was given these cards as a gift. I made the butterscotch bars and everybody loved them. They are made with brown sugar and cream cheese and I lost the card. can anybody please e-mail the recipe to me PLEASE. thank you. snew820@hotmail.com


2.  almost 2 years ago

Here is the the recipe: card 177 section 26
Scrumptious Butterscotch Bars
Prep time: 25 min Oven temp: 350F
Melting time: 20 min
Baking time:25 to 30 min

I will post the complete recipe next comment


3. richardao  almost 2 years ago

Scrumptious Butterscotch Bars
Prep time: 25 min Oven temp: 350F
Melting time: 20 min
Baking time:25 to 30 min

For 28 bars you will need:
1 pkg. (12 oz.) butterscotch
morsels
1/3 cup butter
2 cups gramham cracker crumbs
1 cup finely chopped pecans or
walnuts
1 pkg. (8 oz.) cream cheese
softened
1 can (14 oz.) condensed milk,
non-sweet
2 tsp. vanilla extract
1 large egg

Preparation:
[1] In top of double boiler or
medium saucepan, melt morsels and
butter at 350F. Stir occasionally.
This takes 20 minutes.
[2] Stir in crumbs and nuts.
[3] Divide mixyure in half. Press
half onto bottom of well greased
9-by-13-by-2 3/4-inch baking pan
[4] In large miking bowl, beat
cream cheese until light. Gradually
add condensed milk, then vanilla
and egg. Beat well.
[5] Pour over crumb mixture.
Smooth until even.
[6] Sprinkle top with remaining
crumb mixture. Press lightly with
palm of hand.
[7] Bake at 350F for 25 to 30 min-
utes or until tester inserted in
center comes out clean.
[8] Cool to room temperature on
wire rack. Chill before cutting.

NOTE: EASY & TASTY

A favorite to serve with tea or coffee,
this butterscotch bar also makes an
ideal dessert to serve on a tray for
a buffet party. Easy to make, this
keeps its flavor if stored airtight
in a refrigerator, provited there
are any left to store.

sincerely, Richard O.


4. Ontario, United States  almost 2 years ago

Hi does anyone have the set to sell?


5. Auburn, United States  over 1 year ago

I had this collection, I don't anymore but I had saved my favorite and now have lost it I am looking for the recipe for Mediterranean chicken and rice, it might be Middle Eastern chicken and rice. If anyone has this particular recipe I would greatly appreciate it being posted. Thanks VERY much! Stephanie


6. Saint Peters, United States  11 months ago

Does anybody have the "My Great Recipes" card for "Easy Pear Galette." Please post if you do. I would really appreciate it.


7. Idaho Falls, United States  10 months ago

does any one have the sweet berry bread recipe
i would like if thank you


8. Idaho Falls, United States  10 months ago

does any one have my great recipe card sweet berry bread


9. North Street, United States  10 months ago

Does anyone have the card collection #23 (BREADS & BAKED GOODS) card #36. Danish Kringle Pasty Horn? Mine was damaged!!!


10. Theresa Lilly Georgia  8 months ago

I am looking for the My Great Recipe card for Jambalaya. I do not know the #.


11. Emeryville, United States  7 months ago

Sweet Berry Bread

For one 8 X 4 inch loaf you will need:

2 cups all purpose flour
1/2 t salt
1 t baking powder
1 t baking soda
1/2 c butter/margarine
1 c sugar
1/2 t almond extract
2 eggs
1 c crushed hulled fresh strawberries

Preparation:
1. Stir together flour, salt, baking powder and baking soda. Set aside.
2. In medium bowl, cream together butter, sugar and almond extract.
3. Add eggs, one at a time, beating thoroughly after each.
4. Add flour mixture and berries mixing only until blended.
5. Grease an 8 X 4 X 2 inch loaf pan, then line with waxed paper and grease paper.
6. Turn batter into pan, smoothing top evenly with spoon.
7. Bake at 325 degrees F for 50 to 60 minutes or until pick inserted in center of loaf comes out clean.
8. Let bread stand in pan on each for 10 minutes. then turn out on rack, peel off paper and turn bread right side up to cool completely.
9. When cold, wrap airtight and let bread stand for 1 day before slicing.


12. Harrisburg, United States  5 months ago

I had these cards years ago, and there were 2 recipes in particular that I wish I still had. One was for the Honey-glazed ham and the other is for an Orange cake with Lemon Drizzle. If anyone has these, I would so appreciate if you could email me at kimshoop@yahoo.com or post here. Thanks!


13. Mckeesport, United States  3 months ago

Does anyone have the recipe for Old Fashioned Butter Cake?

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