|Gingerbread: Things to Make and Bake|
|by Teresa Layman|
Ever wanted to make a gingerbread house, a church, or a wreath? Here, for the first time, are all of your favorite gingerbread projects in one boo...
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Flatten croissants and bake according to directions ... Pat down to make items stick to cream cheese. Sprinkle one package of grated cheddar cheese on top.
Cream these ingredients. Spread on top of cooled croissant crust. Top with ... (grate carrots), tomatoes, celery, radishes, mushrooms, green peppers, etc.
Place 2 ham ... 12 minutes. Cut croissants in half lengthwise ... half of croissants. Spoon on Mornay Sauce. Top with remaining croissant half. Serves 4.
Soften yeast in ... water mixture and bake at 325 degrees ... flour and 1/3 cup honey in place of the sugar, but the rolls won't be as light and flakey.
Melt butter in ... look and texture. Bake at 350°F. Check ... could probably make a pretty good pot pie with it (minus the almond flavoring of course).
Preheat oven to ... medium bowl. Split croissants and spread 1/2 ... top of this. Bake on cookie sheet ... an additional 5 minutes. Serve hot. 8 servings.
Cut each stick ... milk slightly; brush croissants with egg yolk mixture. Bake 5 minutes; decrease ... until croissants are crisp and brown, 8-10 minutes.
Mix yeast with ... butter. Cut into 12 wedges and roll into crescents. Place on greased baking sheets. Let rise 4-5 hours. Bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes.
Put chocolate on ... and roll up. Bake according to directions. NOTE: You may as well make a double batch as they disappear as fast as you can bake them!
Preparation: Hard. Cost: ... or 20 small croissants: In a ... seeds, if used. Bake at 425 degrees ... 15 g. Sodium: 171 mg. Fat: 5 g. Cholesterol: 35 mg.
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