|Cinnamon Mornings & Chocolate Dreams|
|by Pamela Lanier|
One of the pleasures of visiting a good bed-and-breakfast is a leisurely, luxurious breakfast and an unforgettable afternoon indulgence.
Results 1 - 10 of 102 for cream cheese mints
Combine cream cheese, powdered sugar, ... mix until stiff. Roll into small balls. Dip in sugar, then press in to sugared mint molds to make shaped mints.
Mix together sugar and cream cheese well. Add in mint, then coloring. ... and taste wonderful. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do! -Krista (WI) (WI)
Mix cream cheese, mint extract and food ... if necessary. Place mints on a cookie ... five dozen 1-inch mints. Will keep in the refrigerator up to 5 days.
In mixer bowl beat cream cheese until soft. Add ... wish, dip in granulated sugar. Makes 130 mints. Keeps in refrigerator 3-4 weeks. Freezer several months.
Blend cream cheese with mint jelly and sour ... cut bread slices into rounds or other shapes. Spread with cheese mixture. Garnish with coconut and pecans.
Mix thoroughly. Form into little balls. Dip each ball into granulated sugar. Press firmly into mold and unmold immediately. Approximately 1000 mints.
Makes about 50 mints. Add any color of food coloring.
Roll in balls, roll in sugar and press with a fork or press into candy molds.
Combine ingredients thoroughly. Different flavorings and colorings may be used to suit your purpose. Press into molds and pop out. May be kept in the ...
Mix powdered sugar and cheese with hands to ... food coloring - mints will darken with ... one side, turn, dry on other side. Makes approximately 90 mints.
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