|by Karen Protheroe|
Most of us don't have time to eat a proper meal, let along prepare one during the day, so we rely on so-called 'snack food' to replace these meals.
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In 3-quart casserole or large bowl, place chocolate pieces. Cover with ... into 1 1/2 inch clusters. Cool to set. Makes about 24 (1 1/2 inch) "haystacks."
Bring to hard ... add rest of ingredients listed. Mix well together. Drop by tablespoon onto wax paper. They will look like tiny haystacks. Cool and eat.
In saucepan, combine sugar, cocoa, milk and butter. Boil one minute; remove from heat. Add oatmeal, coconut and peanut butter; blend thoroughly. ...
Bring sugar, cocoa, milk, butter and salt to soft ball stage. Add vanilla, after you take from stove add oats and coconut. Drop onto greased wax ...
Melt chocolate chips in double ... nuts and vanilla. Drop by teaspoon onto greased cookie sheet and bake at 275 degrees for 15 minutes. Makes about 3 dozen.
Combine chocolate and butterscotch chips ... from heat. Stir in noodles and nuts quickly to coat. Dip out by teaspoonfuls onto waxed paper and let cool.
Mix together and ... oatmeal 1/2 c. chopped nuts 1/2 tsp. vanilla Mix thoroughly and drop by teaspoonfuls onto waxed paper. Refrigerate. Yield: 36 haystacks.
Melt chocolate over water in ... on waxed papered cookie sheet. Cool to room temperature. Will keep indefinitely in air tight container in refrigerator.
In saucepan bring first 4 ingredients to a full boil. Remove from heat; stir in remaining ingredients. Drop quickly from spoon onto waxed paper; ...
Mix together sugar, ... remaining ingredients (oats, vanilla, peanut butter). Blend well. Drop by teaspoonful on wax paper. Let stand until haystacks are set.
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