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Thread: Grammy's Roly Poly! " blueberry"

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    she, your Grandma had to use fresh or it would of been a mess.. I am going to get the recipe for you. my sister just gave me a copy of it last month, as a suddle hint for me to make.. I will post it and I will email it to you !! PROMISE
    Quote Originally Posted by ladyinpurple135
    I sure would like the recipe (dough espcially) as my fraternal grandma used to make this, only she usede cherries. Not sure if they were fresh or the canned pie filling - too long ago to remember. She really didn't cook much that I remember but Cherry Roly Poly was something I do. Probably shouldn't have it at all with this darn diabetic thing but wouldn't mind trying maybe even a small one. Hope you (or someone) can come up with the dough recipe.

    Thanks so much for that great rememberance!
    Sandy in Mooresville, NC

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    this whole conversation is making my mouth water...

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    My Granny would make a suet crust; not healthy nowadays but one made with diced vegetable shortening would likely work. Her filling was raisins, currants,sugar. She would roll it up, wrap in butter-paper and steam. Sometimes she used apples and sugar...Yum, Yum! as my granddaughter would say!

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    [quote=girliegirl]she, your Grandma had to use fresh or it would of been a mess.. I am going to get the recipe for you. my sister just gave me a copy of it last month, as a suddle hint for me to make.. I will post it and I will email it to you !! PROMISE


    Thank you so sew much! Not sure my family would take to this but I am sure mym siste would remember and perhaps her daughter and grandchildren would like it. No hurry.

    Just an FYI -m We are all from York, PA originally and grandma was born in Philly but her family came from NJ - not sure where this type of recipe would have originated - we're all almost pure German in heritage with a slight bit of Swiss thrown in for good measure!

    Sandy in Mooresville, NC

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    My grandmother made Pie Crust Cookies...delicious

    Roll out the crust..sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar, dot with butter. Roll up and slice.(.look like pinwheels). Bake and enjoy. Flakey and delicious!

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    my mom would roll out the piecrust, do the cinnamon and sugar thing, and then turn me loose with cookie cutters. we just baked 'em flat--and it only took a few minutes. to this day, i love them hot out of the oven, with cold milk. so do the grandkids!

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    I make roly poly but I use huckleberries instead of blueberries.
    Yum! Yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by svenskaflicka1
    my mom would roll out the piecrust, do the cinnamon and sugar thing, and then turn me loose with cookie cutters. we just baked 'em flat--and it only took a few minutes. to this day, i love them hot out of the oven, with cold milk. so do the grandkids!
    Never though about using cookie cutters. My mom would roll out the extra dough, use butter, cinnamon and sugar and roll it back up and bake as a long roll. Thinkm we called them cinnamon roll-ups (not very original!). Loved them then and still do. I didn't bake pies, except pumpkin for my son so I would just roll out dough at any time and make them for US - not just him - OK - confession - made them while he was in school and ate them myself!! Ymmm!!!
    Thanks so much to you all for the great food memories - have to figure outn how to work a little into my food choices.

    Sandy in Mooresville, NC

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvstoquilt
    My grandmother made Pie Crust Cookies...delicious

    Roll out the crust..sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar, dot with butter. Roll up and slice.(.look like pinwheels). Bake and enjoy. Flakey and delicious!
    We did that too. It was my favorite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmonohon
    Quote Originally Posted by luvstoquilt
    My grandmother made Pie Crust Cookies...delicious

    Roll out the crust..sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar, dot with butter. Roll up and slice.(.look like pinwheels). Bake and enjoy. Flakey and delicious!
    We did that too. It was my favorite.
    We call them dumdolies. Mmmm-mmm!

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