|The Goodness of Nuts and Seeds|
|by John Midgley|
This work is part of a series of small cookbooks which focus on the healthy ingredients of groups of foods.
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In saucepan, heat ... heat. Stir in carob powder. Stir in ... square pan. Refrigerate until firm, about 2 hours. Cut into squares. Makes about 16 pieces.
Melt in saucepan. ... Add 3 tablespoons carob chips or 2 ... rise much, but seem better as a cookie. Bake 10 to 15 minutes at 350 degrees. Makes 2 dozen.
Mix all ingredients ... refrigerate. The more carob powder you add, the firmer the fudge. (Optional ingredients: ... seeds, or 1 cup walnuts, finely chopped.)
Melt (low heat) butter. Add carob chips and melt. Take off heat, add peanut butter. Stir until blended. Spread out in greased square pan and refrigerate.
Boil carob powder in water, stirring constantly, for 5 minutes until a smooth paste. Mix all ingredients and press into square pan. Refrigerate.
In pan, heat ... heat, stir in carob. Mix well. ... inch pan. Chill several hours. Cut into 2 inch squares. Store in refrigerator. Makes 2 1/4 lb. fudge.
Place carob chips and peanut ... butter. Mix together well. Press mixture into casserole dish and chill. "O" shaped cereal(found in natural foods stores).
In 4-quart bowl, ... microwave; mix in carob chips and marshmallow ... squares. Store in refrigerator. This fudge freezes well. Makes approximately 24 pieces.
Melt butter, add ... milk powder and carob. Add vanilla and nuts after you've made a thick smooth fudge. This can be achieved on or off the stove burner.
Boil until mush. Beat with electric beater until smooth. Add: Combine all ingredients and put into 9 x 9 inch square pan. Cool in refrigerator.
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