Romance Cooks

Mom’s Noodle Pudding – Ruth A. Casie

Noodle Pudding

This time of year my children and grandchildren all come home to celebrate the Jewish New Year. The celebration wouldn’t be complete without some traditional food. My recipe is Noodle Pudding. Many ethic groups have a pasta and cheese dish. Mine is from Eastern Europe.

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Mom’s Noodle Pudding

Ingredients – Serves 6

½ lb thin noodles, cooked and drained

½ lb cottage cheese

½ pint dairy sour cream

¼ cup (1/2 stick) butter at room temperature

2 eggs

1/3 cup of sugar

1 cup of milk

1 tsp vanilla extract

Cinnamon-sugar to garnish


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F

2. Turn warm, drained noodles into a bowl and add cottage cheese, sour cream, and butter. Mix well.

3. Pour into well-greased 1 ½ qt glass baking dish.

4. Beat eggs well. Beat in sugar, milk and vanilla. Pour evenly, over noodle mixture in baking dish.

5. Sprinkle top with cinnamon-sugar.

6. Bake in preheated 350 degrees F oven for 1 hour.

Treasures Cover


Note: This is a short story anthology

Timeless Treasures: Stories of the Heart
A special wish of hope, strength, and love brings five couples what they treasure most in this heartwarming collection of short stories.

Ruth A. Casie ~ Whispers on the Wind

A newly minted knight plans to secure his place in his adoptive family through marriage. But the fates have other plans for him. Will he be willing to give up the life he’s always wanted to be with the woman he loves?

Lita Harris ~ Trusting Kindness

Former lovers are reunited one winter night on a boardwalk at the Jersey Shore. Will a common cause reignite their passion or extinguish it forever?

Emma Kaye ~ Losing Patience

When a wish sends a man back in time, can he save the woman he loves, or is he doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past?

Nicole S. Patrick ~ The Colors of Courage

Can a midnight kiss on New Year’s Eve lead a US Marine and struggling artist toward more than they’d ever dreamed of for the future?

Julie Rowe ~ Medal of Honor
When a Chicago surgeon is informed her homeless father has been murdered, she’s shocked to discover he won the Medal of Honor years ago in Vietnam. Now the killer has her in his sights, but the detective on the case has no intention of letting anyone hurt her. Ever.

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