Here goes, enjoy:
My grandmother is definitely of the generation that cooks everything from scratch. The recipe this week is an old one. It's one that she got from my Great Aunt who got it from one of her Amish neighbors about 60 years ago. Guessing with their families, this recipe was likely a cut down version of the original.
Sweetheart Pudding (no idea why its called Sweetheart, always wondered if there was a story behind it)
One package Graham crackers (1/3 of a box) crushed
1 C sugar divided
1/2 C butter, melted
2 T flour
2 C milk
2 eggs, separated
1 t vanilla
In a small saucepan combine rest of ingredients except vanilla. Cook until thick. Remove from heat, and stir in vanilla. Pour into pan. Beat the egg whites. Add a little sugar.
I used the Pampered Chef oval baker and made a double batch. My family gobbled it up. No leftovers at this house.
I loved sharing this recipe as it's on of my family's favorites. It's likely one that anyone could make as all the ingredients are generally found in your cabinets. Hope you enjoy this one as much as we do.
Knowing I shared a 'winner' this week as its one of my Grandma's favorites and she's a cooking rock star,