|Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving|
|by Lauren Devine|
From the experts, the definitive book on home preserving. Ball Home Canning Products are the gold standard in home preserving supplies, the tradem...
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Open fruit cocktail and pour ... and shape into ball. Set aside. ... crackers (regular or honey). My church members love this when I make it for dinners.
Place all ingredients in processor. Process until sticky. Shape into balls about size of walnuts. May be stored in airtight container.
Combine butter, marshmallows ... Combine cracker crumbs, fruit and nuts in ... mixed. Form into 1 1/2 inch balls and roll in coconut. Yield 5 dozen. Yummy.
Mix Jello, pecans, coconut, Eagle Brand milk, and vanilla together. Roll into small balls and coat with sugar. Chill.
Grind all ingredients together. For Balls: Shape into ... 8x8 inch pan and sprinkle with coconut. When it is hardened, cut into bars. Keep refrigerated.
Grind raisins, dates, ... into bite size balls. Roll in ... weeks to mellow flavors. Before serving, you may want to coat again with confectioners sugar.
Boil the above ... minutes. Add juice of 1 lemon. Add juice of 1 orange. Chill and serve over honey dew balls or cantaloupe balls. Top with sprig of mint.
Mix cream cheese ... smooth. Add well drained mandarin oranges and drained fruit cocktail. Mix well and chill. Roll in nuts. Serve with graham crackers.
Mix all ingredients. Make into balls the size of ... chocolate. Place balls on wax paper. Refrigerate until set. Keep cold. Makes approximately 8 dozen.
Drain juice from fruit cocktail. Remove grapes. ... and form a ball. You may ... Refrigerate until ready to eat. Spreads best if allowed to soften some.
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