|Better Homes and Gardens Cookies for Kids|
|by Better Homes and Gardens Books|
Text and photographs present detailed instructions for making a variety of cookies, including holiday, no-bake, and "natural" ones.
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Balls: Mix and make into marble sized balls and dip. Set on wax paper until dip has hardened. Dip: Melt on low heat. Dip balls into chocolate mixture.
In large bowl ... and chill. Melt wax over low heat on top of double boiler. Add chocolate, small amounts ... Use toothpicks and dip balls into chocolate ... in refrigerator or freezer.
Mix together. Divide ... heat, melt the semi-sweet chocolate and paraffin. Add Hershey's milk chocolate bar for lighter chocolates. Dip balls with skewers.
Melt chocolate in a double boiler. Grate some wax into chocolate. Not ... into ball and dip in chocolate dip ... Repeat steps until all candy is coated.
Stir maple flavoring ... into ball and dip in chocolate mixture. For chocolate dip, melt unsweetened chocolate and paraffin in the top ... made weeks before needed.
Mix by hand ... above ingredients (not Dip). Form into ... sheet covered with wax paper or aluminum ... coconut. Chill. Store in covered box. These freeze well.
Combine milk powder, cocoa and wax in food processor ... let cool slightly. Dip candies according to recipe. Shake off excess chocolate. Place on ... 1 cup (250 ml).
Mix together and ... (1/2 slab) of paraffin wax with chocolate chips over hot ... down low) to dip balls in. Put ... until eaten. Makes 2 cookie sheets full.
Mix well peanut ... melt one package chocolate chips, 2 tablespoons butter, 1/8 pound paraffin wax. NOTE: Melt ... chocolate and butter. Dip chilled balls into ... to dip each ball.
Melt in double ... heat when all chocolate chips and wax have melted. Take ... peanut butter ball. Dip in chocolate, top ... spoon to cover up the hole.
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