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Mix together first ... minutes. Meanwhile, melt chocolate and 1/2 bar paraffin wax; keep soft. ... chocolate being used, otherwise use Baker's Dipping Chocolate.
Break white chocolate coating into pieces. Place ... add a little paraffin if the melted ... Stir in crushed candy. Pour onto ... firm. Break into pieces.
Thoroughly mix first ... round ball. Melt paraffin and chocolate chips together over ... mixture in double boiler over hot water while dipping. Yields 48 logs.
Mix the first ... Melt chips and paraffin in top of ... and dip into mixture leaving a small section uncoated. Cool in waxed paper. Store in refrigerator.
Melt caramels with ... stir in pecans. Coat well and drop ... then dip in chocolate coating. Melt in double boiler. Then dip above candy in it. Cool on wax paper.
Mix together in ... dry while preparing chocolate coating. Melt in ... paper to cool. Makes about 60 candies. These taste a lot like Peter Paul Mound bars.
Mix and chill and then make in ball after you make coating and then dip in chocolate coating. Melt in double boiler.
Mix all together; ... deep freeze. Melt chocolate chips and wax ... Put on cookie sheet and chill. Makes 150 if made in size of small nuts, less if larger.
Mix milk, butter, ... nuts, and coconut; chill. Melt wax; add chocolate and stir until smooth. Roll candy balls in chocolate mixture until coated and chill.
Work ingredients into a dough. If necessary, add a few drop of water so the dough is pliable. Form into balls the size of a dime. Melt these ...
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