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Grandparent's day is that one day that is set aside for grandparents. Find your way through this article to find for yourself exciting grandparent's day recipes.

Grandparents Day Recipes

Chomp, chomp and more chomp. This is probably that most audible sound heard when you make your presence felt at the table. Hold on right there, while you make it a must to consume thousands of calories every day, have you even lent a thought to the appetites and taste buds of your grandparents? Yes, they too are human, and no matter how old they are, they too love to eat, and not just eating, but eating well. It's a pity then that grandparents more often than not are served swill at meal times. If the diet of a grandparent is being adhered to due to health reasons, well and good, but then, even the strictest of diets can make room for a 'once-in-way-indulgence'. Treat your grandparents to the finer and finest things of life. They may have been there, seen that and even eaten that, but this does not essentially mean that you deprive them of a few occasional treats. Read on for a three great recipes that can help you bring in grandparents day with style.

Recipes For Grandparents Day

Banana Brownie Cake

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Potato Mushroom Soup

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Fruit Pie
    • You Will Need
    • 2 (9 inch) unbaked Pie Crust
    • 2 cups Apples (peeled and chopped)
    • ½ cup Water
    • ½ cup Sugar
    • 2 cups Cranberries (raw)
    • 2 tbsp Flour
    • A pinch of Salt
    • ½ cup Corn Syrup
    • ½ tsp Orange Rind (grated)
    • First things first, preheat the oven to around 425 degrees Fahrenheit. You can then place the pie crust on a 9 inch pie pan. You will need a 9 inch pie pan, because this is how thick the crust of the pie is. Don't forget to grease the pan.
    • Proceed to cook the cranberries and the apples in boiling water for just about five minutes. Once the five minutes is done with, add sugar to the cooking cranberries and apples. Stir.
    • Post stirring, add the flour, orange rind, corn syrup and salt.  Mix well; a wooden spoon is a must here.  Once you are done mixing the ingredients, remove the utensil from the source of heat and allow it to cool.
    • Once the ingredients are cool, pour it over the pie crust. Cover the pie crust with another pie crust. Cut slits on the top of the pie and fold it until all the edges are sealed.  Go ahead and bake the pie for around thirty five to forty five minutes. Serve post cooling it down!
    These three simple yet tasty grandparents' day recipes are bound to make the sweeties called grandparents very happy and gastronomically content.