Monday, February 7, 2011

Kolaches part deux


So I made kolaches again.  


Some blackberry.  Others strawberry rhubarb.  Cause that is the jam I had on hand.


Here's the recipe. . .




Don't say I didn't warn you.

-dana

34 comments:

Peg said...

Seriously? Again with the yummy treats? Bad Dana, bad.

Maybe if I tell my kids they're jelly donuts, they'll eat them...

Ann-Marie said...

ooh they look so good~ now I wish I had some strawberry-rhubarb jam on hand!

Kim said...

Is the coffee on?
Are they still warm?
I'll be right over girl friend!

Happy Sewing

Jenny said...

those look unbelievable.

Loafer Mountain Primitives said...

Do you do alterations?
I will be needin' my jeans let out....
Oh yea, check out the quilt I just finished for my daughter...

http://www.loafermountainprimitives.blogspot.com/

If you keep posting this stuff, I'm going to have to start using the treadle machine...and hope I can pump them thighs back into submission!

Happy stitchen,
Tisha

~Michelle~ said...

oh yummy! thanks for the recipe :)

Crystal said...

Making these now with the strawberry jam I canned last month :) I also have some three berry Ikea jam I can use too mmmm

grendelskin said...

Thank you! I made a dessert for a get-together yesterday and it just didn't sparkle - I wish I'd made these! Next time for sure.

Lee said...

NOOOOO not another delicious treat. can't stand it, they look so good

Debby said...

Oh, Yum! Dang it, Dana, now I will have to make some of those.

Regina said...

I'm going to try those! My brother makes Aebelskivers which are fab but I can never work up the nerve to make them.

Elissa said...

i don't like to bake.
i do, however, like to eat.
more and more and more i wish you were my neighbor.

Christy said...

I'd love to get the Dynamic Duo for my niece's high school graduation gift.

Christy said...

Ooops, wrong comment! Sorry, having one of those days. Maybe I need some Kolaches. :)

Simone said...

Dana, seriously, did you have to do this to me? Do you not know I need to fit into a dress and be on a stage in 3 weeks? Why would you do this? My waist line, Oh, my poor waist line. Between you and the Pioneer Woman I won't even fit on the stage. Any way thanks for sharing. It looks delicious!

Tara said...

Mmmmm... so, I've had 4 so far. You should have told me that it makes 36 so I could cut it in half! So yummy, thanks!

Karen K said...

Yum. I haven't had these for years ... my family is Czech and my mom, grandma and Aunties all used prune and poppyseed fillings (not canned, homemade) that were to die for .... I have them somewhere and I really should get them out .... When I was little I always looked forward to our huge extended family gatherings because there would be many, many Kolachy in many, many flavors ..... I gotta make them again! Thanks so much for the beautiful, yummy post!!! Congrats on doing such a great job!

Corinnea said...

Hmmmm does it have to be jam or could it be an amazing Marion berry jelly?? I guess I need to work in a baking day somewhere to find out.

alice said...

Thank you--I see some baking in my future. Still loving that glaze.
L,A-

Wendy said...

Oh my goodness! I have to try this recipe.....I have not had a Kolache since I moved from TX 3yrs ago! And I so love them.......can't find them here though....thank you for the recipe....

Dena said...

I need a lesson on all things computer and how well you put things together. Oh yeah. Utah. any word? I guessed crazy quilts and I did a dance all by myself cause I'm like that.

Bettina Groh said...

I've been hoping you'd post the recipe! Thank you... I saved it in my recipe file and will certainly try making them!

Trish said...

Oh I love you. Though I may hate you later? Thank you for remembering us and sharing! ;)

Kristen said...

Thanks for sharing. Yummy! Gotta love that comfort food!

Colleen said...

Thanks for the recipe! I am going to pass this on to my husband --he is the cook in the family!

Sarah Pead said...

Not gonna lie, I wanted to lick the computer screen when I saw this post. Yuuuuummmmy!

Ann said...

My grandma passed down to my mother makes kolaches likely came from my great grandmother. They do a prune or a poppy seed or a cottage cheese/raisin filling and no glaze. I will have to try your recipe.

Peg said...

This is for you Dana.

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Leila said...

Oh, yummmmm! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Dianne said...

I haven't had Kolaches for years! Those look so good and inspiring me to make some again...thanks!

Little Green Doll said...

mmmmm! they look delicious! :)

joliesjunebugboutique said...

My Grandma and Aunt make these and they are so good! I believe their recipe is a bit different! I have only made them one time on my own! It is quite a process but so worth it!
Now I really wish I had one with my coffee!

Stampmouse said...

looks yummy