|The Family Circle Good Cook's Book|
|by Family Circle Books|
The one-stop kitchen reference discusses which cookware to use, which cooking methods lower fat in favorite recipes, how to eat nutritious meals, ...
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Grind sugar, hazelnuts, ... almonds. Bend into crescent shapes. Arrange on ... Dip tips of cookies into chocolate and ... white and chopped nuts, shape into ... or 48 miniature horseshoes.
Blend butter, flour ... granulated sugar and spread with filling. Cut into pie shaped pieces and roll into crescents. Bake at 400 degrees until browned.
In a medium ... ends to form crescents. Bake in ... pearl sugar, pistachio nuts, or chopped ... Place the dipped cookies on a waxed ... cutters for different shapes.
Cream butter and ... mixture. Add ground nuts and mix thoroughly. ... walnut, roll into crescent shaped cookies. Bake in ... and let harden on wax paper.
After preparing pie ... desired with chopped nuts. Starting at ... you would a crescent roll. Dip in ... degrees for 8 to 12 minutes or until golden brown.
In mixing bowl ... Curve to make crescents. Place 2 ... in sprinkles or nuts. Refrigerate until ... firm, replace over hot water to soften. Makes 1 cup.
Mix, form in crescents. Bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Roll in confectioners' sugar while hot.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Use pastry cutter or mixer to blend together butter, flour, and cheese. Divide dough into 4; make 4 balls. Wrap well and ...
Work as for ... over as for crescent, seal with ... you take balls out of refrigerator, let stay out for 15 minutes or longer before you start to roll out.
Mix butter and flour until it looks like cornmeal. Then add yeast, eggs and salt. Then add lemon and sour cream. Mix well. Then make small balls. Put ...
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