Ya just never know what you’re gonna find, do ya now? A recent visit to a new antique store turned up a fun find! Fest your eyes on the Party Patty Pac Shell & Waffle Molds! Just dip and deep fry! Serve as main dishes or desserts- Stays fresh for days.

Party Pac Rosette molds

Now I couldn’t find a date on the box or materials and some quick internet searching didn’t get me far at all. So really, I am not sure how old these are but they are classic in my eyes. The insert suggests that these work great as a main dish serving as well as dessert. Fill shells with creamed meat or creamed fish! I can only imagine that a jello salad on the side would complete your meal. Now me, I’m partial to the dessert rosette. And I like them with plenty of sugar sprinkled on. Mmmm….so good. A little grease is always good for the system!?

Here’s the recipe from the insert:

1 cup flour
1/2 cup evaporated milk
1/2 cup water*
1 teas. sugar
1/2 teas. salt
1 egg, unbeaten

Mix milk, water, sugar, salt and egg together. Stir slowly into flour, then beat until smooth with rotary beater at medium speed. Makes about 36 shells. Cooking oil must be 365 degrees throughout cooking, if temp. drops you’ll have soggy,greasy cookies. *1/2 cup beer can be substituted in place of water for beer recipe.

Here’s the adjusted recipe (owner’s handwritten notes on the side- love those!):

1/2 c flour
1/2 c cornstarch
1 c evaporated milk
1 Tbsp sugar
1/4 teas salt
2 eggs
1/2 teas vanilla