Combine and mix. Drop on greased cookie sheet and bake in 350 degrees F oven until done.
By Trudy from Springfield, IL
LARD? Do they still make lard? and my gosh, can't something else be used as a substitute, like margarine.I can feel my arteries seizing up as we speak. (08/01/2006)
My thoughts exactly- I read all of the recipes we get through this site and, while I am sure they are all delish, it make me wonder if there isn't anyone out there who has a high cholesterol problem like me? (08/02/2006)
By Claudia- MD
I read these posts looking for helpful hints, good recipes, product reviews, problem solving ideas and the like. All posts do not impact my life. If it's something I'm not interested in I move on. I do not feel the need to comment on everything I disagree with. It troubles me when someone "attacks" a post. I believe someone may need to do some research on the lard/margerine topic. The medical community has realized that margerine is not good for your health. Very possibly it is worse for you than animal fat products such as lard and butter. Do some research and form your own opinion but please do not ridicule someone else's post! (08/02/2006)
By Grandma Margie
I completely agree with Grandma Margie! Take a look at Sally Fallon's " Nourishing Traditions" book and other's of the like. Products we are told that are "healthy" just may not be. Besides, isn't this "thriftyfun"? (08/02/2006)
This was a family recipe on my father's side, but many of the ingredients listed above are incorrect. It came from Denmark, and this recipe seems to be omitting some very key ingredients and adding some very unnecessary ones. (11/12/2008)
Editor's Note: Kristi, we would love to post your version. Post feedback here or send it in as a new recipe.
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