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Mix together 1/2 cup sugar and crushed peppermint candy. Cream shortening ... form a candy cane. Roll in ... Bake in moderate oven 10-12 minutes. 4 dozen.
Heat oven to ... and twist. Complete cookies, one at ... cookie to form candy cane shape. Bake 9 ... Remove from baking sheet and cool. Makes 4 dozen cookies.
Mix together butter, ... twist. Complete the cookies one at a ... handle of the cane. Bake about ... extra treat to hand to your friends as they come or go.
Heat oven to ... and twist. Complete cookies one at a ... form handle of cane. Bake about ... cup crushed peppermint candy and 1/2 cup ... About 4 dozen cookies.
Mix all ingredients. ... together and bend forming a cane. Sprinkle the top with the candy cane and sugar mixture. Bake at 350°F for 6 to 9 minutes.
Mix shortening, butter, ... a rope. Do cookies one at a time. Shape into candy canes and bake at ... still warm, sprinkle with peppermint and sugar mixture.
Mix together thoroughly ... form handle of cane. Bake approximately ... with a mixture of the crushed candy and sugar. Yield: approximately 4 to 5 dozen.
Mix butter, shortening, ... sheet, until lightly brown. Roll out small parts of cookie dough into a line (white and red dough) then curve like a candy cane.
Combine first 8 ... surface, roll teaspoon of each dough into 4" rope. Make cane. Bake at 375 degrees for 9 minutes. Coat immediately with candy mixture.
Heat oven to ... coloring. For each candy cane shape 1 teaspoon ... and twist. Complete cookies one at a ... Remove from cookie sheet. Makes about 4 dozen.
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