|by Susannah Blake|
Whether it's a tea party in the garden or a cosy gathering by the fire, afternoon tea is a treat at any time of year.
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Melt chocolate squares. Cream shortening, ... sugar. Roll into small white balls. Bake at 350 degrees for about 18 minutes. Don't overbake. Makes 5 dozen.
Heat oven to 350 degrees. Melt chocolate chips. Cool slightly. ... hand, gradually fold in powdered sugar, melted chocolate, crackers, pecans, and vanilla.
Measure oatmeal into ... baking soda. Add chocolate chips and candy ... apart, and bake 6 minutes at 375 degrees. Makes 112 cookies (recipe can be halved).
Cream butter and sugar. Add cream and other ingredients. Fill paper cups 3/4 full (80 cups). Bake at 375 degrees for 10-12 minutes. Have Hershey bar ...
Oil loaf pan ... wax paper. Melt chocolate in top of ... along with diced cookies; pour into ... hours. Cut in thin slices to serve or serve on cookies.
For each serving, ... top with remaining fruit ingredients as desired. Have a tea party with your favorite teddy bear for a warm tummy and a happy heart!
Melt chocolate on top of ... layer of Marie cookies. Repeat with ... Refrigerate overnight. To serve, take out of refrigerator about 1 hour before serving.
Cream butter and ... While baking, melt chocolate. Spread chocolate ... and cut while still warm. Place in freezer to set chocolate. Makes 4 to 7 dozen.
Stir first 3 ... layer. Melt semi-sweet chocolate and 2 tablespoons ... You're done! Just chill it a bit so you can slice it easily into 1-2 inch squares.
Melt the chocolate over hot (not ... chocolate dough into a cookie press and force dough through desired disk onto each cookie circle. Bake 8 to 10 minutes.
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