|Le Creuset Cookbook|
|by Elisa Vergne|
An Alain Ducasse BookLe Creuset Cookbook is a unique combination of a renowned chef, a beloved cuisine, and a favorite cookware brand.
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Mix all ingredients. ... Melt chocolate and wax in double boiler ... until blended. Keep warm while dipping. Store in refrigerator. Makes about 85 buckeyes.
Mix 1 pound ... chips with 1/2 stick of paraffin wax. Place the dipped candy on wax paper until they set. It is easier to dip the balls with a toothpick.
Mix butter and peanut butter, then add sugar. Add milk as needed. This will be stiff. Chill about 45 minutes. Roll into balls. Melt paraffin and ...
Mix sugar, peanut ... Put balls on wax paper. Place a ... acorn. Return dipped balls to wax paper and chill again. Remove toothpicks when ready to serve.
Mix powdered sugar, ... chocolate chips and wax together in top ... firm. Store in cool, dry place. They may be stored in refrigerator. Yield: 75 candies.
Mix sugar, peanut ... Roll into balls. In double boiler, melt chocolate chips and paraffin wax. Dip balls into chocolate and put on wax paper and chill.
Melt butter. Add ... Chill. Melt paraffin wax and chocolate in ... up to 600 buckeyes. Note: Recipe ... Sometimes I mix and make balls one day and dip the next.
Blend butter and ... Roll into 1" balls. Chill 2 hours. Melt wax with chocolate; dip balls with toothpicks. Let harden on wax paper. Great for the holidays!
Mix together well ... and place on wax paper on cookie ... the way into the chocolate so the top of the ball where the toothpick is, is left uncovered.)
Blend butter and ... chocolate and add wax. Insert balls ... chocolate leaving "buckeye". Place on wax paper and remove toothpick. Store in refrigerator.
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