Delicious Dishes Our Grandparents Ate

Cream Chipped Beef on Toast


Cream Chipped Beef as a household meal came out of the Great Depression as well, designed to make a few ingredients go a long way. Before then, it was commonly known

Tomato Soup Spice Cake


This concoction became popular in the late 1920's/early 1930's when dairy was more expensive than a can of soup. As strange as it seems.

Lazy Daisy Cake


The best part about this cake is the icing, which calls for brown sugar, heavy cream and coconut shavings. If you're feeling lazy but also craving something sweet, try this one out!

Faux Apple Pie


 Just don't expect to find any apples inside—they were replaced with Ritz crackers, which were a cheaper option! Get this sneaky and delicious recipe here.

Creamy Grape Salad


This vintage grape salad is extremely simple to make and will steal the spotlight at any potluck. Using cream cheese, sour cream, and cool whip for the dressing guarantees

Ambrosia Salad


You'll need canned mandarin oranges and pineapple, shredded coconut, mini marshmallows and cool whip. Then mix! You can adjust the ingredients to your own taste

Tomato Frost


It's a unique and interesting way to start a meal, and your guests will at least be impressed by your bravery to serve them something so unusual!

Creamy Lime Gelatin Salad


This gelatin salad was one of the recipes that stuck, and it's both savory and sweet with cream cheese, sour cream, pineapple, pecans and jello mix.

Frosted Sandwich Loaf


Its three layers of bread are spread with meats, fish, vegetables and cheese, making it a creation of diverse flavors. All of this is then wrapped up in cream cheese

Classic Cheese Ball


This is a classic party dish that's still popular today. It mixes three cheeses and a  few other simple ingredients together to make a creamy and easy appetizer.

Frozen yogurt & topping combinations