|The Christmas Cookie Book|
|by Barbara Marks|
The wonderful aroma of home-baked cookies is part of the enduring magic of Christmas.
Tip: Try popcorn balls for more results.
1 - 9 of 9 for christmas popcorn balls
To pop popcorn: Heat 3 ... popcorn mixture into balls, using about ... film or colored foil. Keeps several weeks at room temperature. Makes about 2 dozen.
Heat oil in 4 quart saucepan. Add popcorn, 1/4 cup ... popcorn mixture into balls, using about ... in Saran Wrap. Keeps several weeks at room temperature.
In 1 quart ... syrup mixture over popcorn and toss to ... hands, form into balls. Place on ... Makes about 1 1/2 dozen balls. Will keep for several weeks.
Melt butter and ... melted. Stir frequently. Pour marshmallows over popped popcorn. Add cashews and gumdrops. Mix and form into balls. Wrap in Saran Wrap.
Pop the popcorn in any way ... popcorn mix into balls, using about ... saran or colored foil. Keeps several weeks, at room temperature. Makes about 2 dozen.
Boil syrup, sugar, cream of ... vinegar to soft ball stage. Add butter and soda. Pour over corn. Cool a few minutes and shape into balls while still warm.
In a saucepan, ... to the hard ball stage, (hard ball ... pour. Shape into balls with buttered hands. ... each ball in plastic wrap. Approximately 16 balls.
Melt caramels with ... (1 1/2 inch) balls. Using 11 ... stack remaining balls on top of base to form a Christmas tree. Decorate with green and red gumdrops.
MICROWAVE: Microwave caramels ... 36 (1 1/2") balls. Using 11 ... base to form Christmas tree. Decorate with ... stirring until smooth. Continue as directed.
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