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Heavenly Hash

Updated on November 11, 2014

Can you say "homesick?" When the holiday's roll around, I find what I miss the most is my family. They aren't here anymore but when I discovered my mother's handwritten cookbook, it somehow got a little easier. The comfort and traditional foods my mom made for us are now there for me to make. I have already created pages on her yeast rolls and popover pies but was delighted to find the Heavenly Hash.

It's super simple, extremely cheap, and tasty!

The recipe comes from my mom's coworker at the Denver Public Library in 1952.

As with all my mom's recipes, they need to be expanded. For instance, do not pour the can of pineapple in without draining it. How do I know that? Let's just say that I might be a little too literal.


A few cheats...

Sent my husband to the store for whipped cream. He brought home Cool Whip. While this works, real whipped cream is better. Don't send your husband to the store.

I used Minute Rice. When I have long grained white rice, I use that. It has a better texture.

When it says to cut marshmallows into small pieces, get the miniature marshmallows instead. So much less sticky.

Prep time: 30 min
Ready in: 30 min
Yields: 6

Ingredients

  • 1 cup cooked rice
  • 1/2 pint whipped cream
  • 1 can crushed pineapple, drained
  • 24 marshmallows, cut in pieces
  • cherries for the top

Instructions

  1. Mix the cooked rice, whipped cream, pineapple, and marshmallows. Spoon into individual bowls and top with a cherry.
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    • RoadMonkey profile image

      RoadMonkey 4 years ago

      That sounds like a great recipe. I love rice pudding but this sounds even nicer!

    • Lydia Ham profile image

      Lydia Ham 4 years ago

      We call a similar dish Glorified Rice which is a lot like this. My grandpa loves it. <3

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      Phoebs78 4 years ago

      I have never tried this before, and now I want to :)

    • stefanifaith profile image

      stefanifaith 4 years ago

      I have never heard of anything like this before.

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      nicks44 4 years ago

      The cherry on top really does the trick! Congrats!

    • Virginia Allain profile image

      Virginia Allain 4 years ago from Central Florida

      I've heard of heavenly hash but guess I never really knew what was in it.

      How wonderful to have your Mom's recipes.

    • Susan Zutautas profile image

      Susan Zutautas 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Definitely sounds heavenly! I know exactly what you mean about after the holidays when everyone is gone and you end up missing them so much.

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      Stanley Green 4 years ago from Czech Republic

      The cherry on the top of this delicious dessert is gorgeous!

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      Stanley Green 4 years ago from Czech Republic

      The cherry on the top of this delicious dessert is gorgeous!

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      Eugene Samuel Monaco 4 years ago from Lakewood New York

      Wow!!! This looks delicious, I'm gong to try it. I also have many of my mother's and grandmother's recipes I think it's great ot keep passing them down. Thanks

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