|The Food Processor Bible|
|by Norene Gilletz|
That dusty old food processor in the back of the pantry is an extra pair of hands, the fastest sous-chef you'll ever find, and an adventure in coo...
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Line 2 cookie ... low heat, melt chips/candy coating, stirring constantly ... teaspoonfuls onto prepared cookie sheets. Refrigerate until set. Yield: 48 candies.
Crisp, buttery wafer-like almond-flavored cookies garnished ... in sugar.) Bake for 8 to 10 ... 2011 and ®/™ Land O'Lakes, Inc., used with permission. ®
In a microwave safe pan, heat candy coating until melted, or heat in oven at 200°F for about 25 minutes ... mixture, stirring to coat. Drop mixture ... 40 pieces of candy.
Lightly grease 9 ... low heat, melt coating with sweetened condensed ... pan; peel off wax paper. Garnish as desired. Store loosely covered in refrigerator.
Arrange pretzels on waxed paper in pairs for making 25 cookies, ... set. Melt the candy coating or almond bark in microwave ... paper. Makes 25 cookies-candies.
Melt candy coating and stir in peanut butter. Add remaining ingredients and drop by teaspoons on wax paper until firm.
In a large ... to high speed for 30 seconds. Add ... Sprinkle with chopped candy-coated chocolate pieces. ... Sprinkle preserves with almonds. Sprinkle milk ... wire rack. Makes 48.
Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Mix ... a surprise in center of each ball, making sure center is covered with dough. Bake and roll in powdered sugar.
In heavy saucepan over low heat melt candy coating with sweetened condensed ... in extract and almonds. Spread evenly ... tightly covered at room temperature.
Melt candy coating in small saucepan ... Cut 6 bow shapes from red fruit leather, attach one bow to each wreath with candy coating. Let stand until set.
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