|James McNair's Corn|
|by James McNair|
With southwestern and country-style cooking sweeping the nation, master chef James McNair focuses on an all-American classic--corn.
1 - 10 of 128 for corn flake wreaths
Melt marshmallows and ... in saucepan. Add corn flakes and stir carefully. ... stir. Form into wreaths on wax paper ... tree or served as holiday treats.
Melt butter and ... food coloring, and corn flakes. Coat the ... paper in a wreath shape and drop ... each wreath so it sticks on. Let it set overnight.
Melt butter over ... heat and add corn flakes. Fold into ... water and form wreaths on wax paper. ... top to look like berries and let stand until firm.
Melt butter in ... of green. Add corn flakes and blend, stirring ... size portions into wreaths on wax paper. ... about 24. Store on waxed paper in tins.
Stir butter and ... until green. Add corn flakes by folding in ... paper and decorate center with cinnamon candy. Let set 30 to 35 minutes before eating.
In a 2-quart ... desired. Stir in corn flakes and coat well. ... time. Decorate with red cinnamon candies. Let stand 30 minutes until cool. Makes 47 wreaths.
Put corn flakes in large bowl. ... in a ring shape. Decorate with red cinnamon candy - 3 together for berry effect. To serve: allow guests to pull apart.
Melt butter and ... vanilla. Stir in corn flakes. Mix well ... teaspoon on wax paper. Quickly shape into a wreath. Place red hots on. Let stand until dry.
Place butter and ... about 1/2 cup mixture per tree or wreath, less for holly. Gumdrops, red hots, raisins or chocolate chips can be used for decoration.
Melt butter in ... food coloring. Add Corn Flakes cereal. Stir until ... shape into individual wreaths. Dot with ... dot with red candies. Slice to serve.
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