This is an Ann Pillsbury recipe card that was published in 1951, it folds over with the recipe on one part while the other part of the card includes a coupon with descriptions for the Coupon Plan. Recipe is typed out in full below with a scan of the card, click it to view a […]

This is a recipe card from French’s that seems to have been cut out from some sort of packaging, the weight is cardstock. Date unknown, recipe is typed out in full below. SWEDISH MEAT BALLS 1 egg, slightly beaten 1 cup light cream or half and half 1/2 cup fine dry bread crumbs 1/2 teaspoon […]

This is a full page Crisco recipe ad in a 1949 issue of Better Homes & Gardens. It’s a bit too large to fully fit on my scanner, but most of the copy can be seen below (click picture to view a larger size). The recipe is for chocolate cake with orange icing, but the […]

This is a full page magazine ad for Pillsbury’s Best Enriched Flour from 1945. The recipe is typed in full below, you can click the picture to view a larger copy if you like. No Kneading! Work, Time cut in half! . . . this exciting new Pillsbury way EASY, FAST and FUN TO BAKE! […]

This is a Spry can recipe label (see another one here), date unknown. It’s on cardboard stock and features the Aunt Jenny character Spry used for marketing. Recipes are typed below and you can click the pictures to view a larger size if you like. The Spry Way to Make: AUNT JENNY’S FAVORITE CAKE (All […]

This is an old circular cardboard recipe label from Spry that was found tucked inside an old cookbook. These were included with cans of Spry and features the Aunt Jenny character on one side giving tips for how to use Spry. Recipes are typed below, you can click the pictures to view a larger size. […]

This recipe is cut from cardboard packaging, maybe from a box of raisins? No date, could be 1940s – 1960s. SUN-MAID RAISIN CRUNCHY COBBLER 2/3 cup puffed seeded muscat raisins 4 cups thinly sliced cooking apples 3/4 cup water 2/3 cup sugar 1 tablespoon flour 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon Heat raisins, apples and water to boiling. […]

This is a clipping from some sort of packaging or maybe a magazine insert, heavy paper weight and the back side is plain so I’m not sure. The date is unknown and this recipe was found in a box of old recipes. TRY BETTY CROCKER’S NEW PEANUT PETITES 1/2 cup butter or margarine 1/2 cup […]