|Fruit (On Your Plate)|
|by Honor Head|
Introduces young children to the variety of food we eat, including where it comes from and how it is prepared and cooked.
Results 1 - 9 of 9 for belgian cookies
Mix all ingredients together and make into little balls. Place on cookie sheet. Chill for a few minutes.
Cream butter and ... into center of cookies to make an ... immediately, stack in an airtight container with waxed paper between the layers. Makes 8 dozen cookies.
Preheat waffle maker. Put butter and sugar into large mixing bowl. Cream together on medium low. Add vanilla and salt. Increase speed to medium. Add ...
Cream shortening (butter, ... in a 375°F until lightly browned on edges, about 8-12 minutes depending upon the size of the cookies. Makes about 2 dozen.
Melt waffle maker. Put butter and sugar in large mixing bowl. Cream together on medium low. Add vanilla and salt. Increase speed to medium. Add eggs. ...
Cream 7 tbsp. butter, add 3/4 cup brown sugar, and cream again. Sift 2 cups flour; add 1/8 tsp. nutmeg, 1/8 tsp. mace, 1/8 tsp. cinnamon, 1/4 tsp. ...
Place chocolate, syrup ... Stir in biscuits (cookies), raisins, cherries ... thin wedges (tends to shatter). Cuts into 16; 240 calories a slice; no cooking.
Stir together flour ... Peel foil from cookies. Place cookies, ... set or eat it as-is. May be stored in tightly covered container up to 1 week. Makes 30.
Sift the dry ... iron. Cool on a rack and store as for cookies. (Note - Belgians eat these like cookies instead of as a breakfast food). Makes 3-4 dozen.
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