Shared from Lynz Real Cooking
Memories of my childhood, My great grandma would make these.. Lynz shares a family story here as well.
My Grandmother Elva–the eleventh child of Swedish immigrants, lived in a small town filled with a population of mostly immigrants. My Grampa Adolph worked at the local brick yard while Elva stayed home taking care of their three daughters. My mother, Elaine is the oldest child. The small town where mom grew up has a population of around 700 and that hasn’t changed much through the years.
As we made our way through the rolling fields of the Palouse all I could think about was what would await us when we arrived! I could smell the cinnamon rolls and maple bars that I knew would be sitting on the counter. Grama made homemade rolls, candies, pies and cakes. She also made Whoopie Pies which would become a family tradition.
When I was a child each year we would visit my very special Aunt Kristine, the youngest of the three girls…
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