Winning Comfort Food Recipes

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Crunchy Peanut Bark

Crunchy Peanut Bark

Crunchy Peanut Bark

Cereal and peanuts add the crunch to these sweet and peanut-buttery treats you can whip up in no time. One batch makes plenty for snacking and sharing. At Christmas, my sister and I add them to trays of homemade candies we give to the customers of the house-cleaning service we run. We're often asked for the recipe.

Northern Cherry Puffs

Northern Cherry Puffs

Northern Cherry Puffs

Michigan is the top cherry-producing state in the country. This is one of my family's favorite cherry recipes.

German Chocolate Ice Cream

German Chocolate Ice Cream

German Chocolate Ice Cream

I found this recipe years ago and have been taking it to ice cream socials ever since. But you won't want to wait for a get-together to enjoy it. The cool combination of chocolate, coconut and pecans is delicious anytime. -Peggy Key, Grant, Alabama

Peaches 'N' Cream Pie

Peaches 'N' Cream Pie

Peaches 'N' Cream Pie

In summer, my aunt and uncle provide me with tree-fresh fruit from their peach orchard. My husband gets so excited when they have a bumper crop because he knows this dessert will be on our menu often.

Old-Fashioned Tomato Gravy

Old-Fashioned Tomato Gravy

Old-Fashioned Tomato Gravy

Meet the Cook: My mother-in-law gave me this recipe. It's her very favorite breakfast. We - my husband, our two sons (15 and 12) and I - also enjoy it for a light supper. Especially on a cold day, it's great with warm peach cobbler or bread pudding. -Laurie Fisher, Greeley, Colorado

Winning Apricot Bars

Winning Apricot Bars

Winning Apricot Bars

This recipe is "down-home" baking at its best, and it really represents all regions of the country! It's won blue ribbons at county fairs and cookie contests in several states! This treat is easy to make, and it's perfect for potluck suppers, bake sales, lunch boxes, or just plain snacking.

German Apple Pie

German Apple Pie

German Apple Pie

I live in a big apple-producing state, so I think this recipe represents our region well. I tasted this pie many years ago when my children's babysitter made it. I asked for the recipe and have made it many times since.

Lemon Asparagus Soup

Lemon Asparagus Soup

Lemon Asparagus Soup

We have a small asparagus patch, and my husband and I wait eagerly for this tasty vegetable to appear every spring. We're pleased to use our precious harvest in this soup. Lemon and nutmeg give it a surprising spark. —Darlene Swille, Green Bay, Wisconsin

Spring and Fall Pie

Spring and Fall Pie

Spring and Fall Pie

Every spring, I have a good crop of rhubarb in my garden, and one of my favorite ways to use it is in this pie. I adapted this version from a recipe I received from our county Extension service.

Maple Apple Cream Pie

Maple Apple Cream Pie

Maple Apple Cream Pie

We think this deliciously different dessert is a nice change from a traditional apple pie. Who can resist its tender apples smothered in a silky maple-flavored cream? This pie is definitely worth a try. -Christi Paulton, Phelps, Wisconsin

Cinnamon-Raisin Soft Pretzels

Cinnamon-Raisin Soft Pretzels

Cinnamon-Raisin Soft Pretzels

I came up with this recipe after sampling pretzels at a Pennsylvania Dutch farmer's market. They're a nice morning treat—quicker than cinnamon rolls and easy for kids to eat.
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