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Granny Ray’s Kitchen

These recipes have been shared for generations and were compiled in 1982 in a family cook book in celebration of Granny Ray’s 80th birthday. There are still some who remember being in the kitchen with Granny and today her descendants still enjoy these recipes and are creating their own traditions and memories made with the love and wisdom from Granny’s Ray’s kitchen.

Creamy Chocolate Pie

Creamy Chocolate Pie Tastes like an expensive chocolate mousse your spent hours on, very rich.  1/2 lb Hershey with almonds candy bar1 large Cool Whip1 Prepared chocolate crumb pie crustChopped almonds for top garnish if desired In the microwave, melt broken-up...

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Pecan Pie

½ cup oleo 2 cups white Karo syrup 6 eggs 2 cups pecans 1½ cups brown sugar ¼ tsp salt 2 tsp vanilla Cream butter until fluffy. Add sugar and Karo, beat. Add salt and eggs and beat until frothy. Add the first mixture to the egg mixture; add vanilla and beat well. Stir...

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Sweet Potato Casserole

4 large potatoes; boiled, drained, and mashed (3 - 3½ cups). Add 2 beaten eggs, ½ cup sugar, ½ cup melted oleo, ⅓ cup milk, 1 tsp vanilla. Put in a 13x9 buttered baking dish. Topping: ⅓ cup melted oleo, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 cup chopped pecans, ½ cup flour. Sprinkle...

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Cheese Ball

2 (8oz) packages of cream cheese; softened 1 jar or package of dried beef; chopped 1 bunch of green onions; chopped Pecans Add dried beef and onions (be sure to add some of the green tops for color) to softened cream cheese. Roll in the pecans and chill.

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Jiffy Beef Stroganoff

Dice up the leftover beef roast. Put in a skillet with 1 tbsp oleo. When warmed thoroughly, add 2 tbsp minced onion (can use onion flakes). Add one can cream of mushroom soup and 1/2 to 3/4 can of milk. Can add extra mushrooms. Tun fire low and simmer for about 10...

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