Frozen Lemon Creme – This recipe is from The Wycliffe International Cookbook and the More with Less Cookbook. It is a very refreshing dessert in a hot climate.
Vanilla Pudding – This pudding uses the most basic ingredients. For variety add cinnamon or chocolate or top with sliced bananas.
Sesame Crackers – These are a wonderful crisp treat. They were especially enjoyable where store-bought crackers were not available.
French Bread – This French bread recipe makes great pizza dough too! It’s a yeast recipe, but easy enough for anyone to make successfully.
Flour Tortillas – If you can’t buy flour tortillas, but have basic ingredients, your family can enjoy a Mexican treat for dinner.
Mission Mix – Similar to Bisquick, this is a basic mixture that can be used to make biscuits, pancakes, pizza dough and cinnamon rolls.
Sauces or Condiments
Mexican Salsa – Excellent with tacos or as a dip for tortilla chips.
Papaya Butter – This is a good substitute for apple butter. It can be spread on bread like a jam or warmed and used as a topping for pancakes.
Mayonnaise – Don’t let mayonnaise become a distant memory. You can make this delicious homemade mayonnaise.
Brazilian Chopped Salad – The unusual ingredient in this salad is the sesame oil. It lends a mild, but different flavor to this chopped salad. Use your imagination with adding other ingredients. This salad never has to be the same from week to week.
Mashed Potato Casserole – Try this family favorite. These mashed potatoes, enriched with cheese, make a healthy side dish and great left-overs!