|Grains (Kalz, Jill. Food Groups.)|
|by Jill Kalz|
Describes various grain products and their role in human nutrition. Includes instructions for making crunchy cold bananas.
Tip: Try wafer refrigerator cake for more results.
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Spread Cool Whip on wafers, stack to ... plastic or foil. Refrigerate overnight. Slice on diagonal. Kids Love it!! And they can help make it cause it's easy!!
Soften gelatin in cool water to chocolate. Add sugar, ... in. Use 36 wafers. Line bottom ... chocolate. Chill 12 hours and ice with 1 cup whipped cream.
In medium bowl ... Set aside 1 wafer for crumble on ... minutes. To assemble cake: on serving ... Whip, instead of cream, sugar and vanilla. Serves 6 - 8.
For best results, ... to 350°F. Melt chocolate in a double ... rest of the cake. You will ... solidified pieces of chocolate in the cake but it is very tasty!)
Mix together well ... Refrigerate while mixing cake. Mix cream ... Add vanilla and chocolate. Mix until ... Remove crust from refrigerator and spread with ... very chewy, but good!
CRUST: Grind chocolate wafers in blender. Add ... of pan. Refrigerate. CAKE: In a ... pan. This is a good dessert for those who suffer from low cholesterol!
To prepare the ... nuts with the chocolate wafer crumbs; add the ... pan. Place the cake pan in a ... Refrigerate, loosely covered, until ready to serve.
1. In one-quart ... heat; stir in chocolate wafer crumbs with fork ... To serve, loosen cake around pan with ... chocolate curls, if desired. Serves 12.
Cream butter, peanut ... chopped nuts, vanilla wafers and mix well. ... and keep in refrigerator until ready to dip into chocolate. Melt chocolate and 1/2 cake of paraffin wax ... if kept in refrigerator.
Place oven rack ... 350 degrees. Combine chocolate and butter in ... oven off. Let cake stand in oven ... Serve with strawberries, if desired. Serves 8-10.
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