|Pass the Sweet Potatoes, Please!|
|by Velonda Thompson|
Pass the Sweet Potatoes, Please! is an easy to follow educational cookbook. The reader will delight in the variety of recipes for the all american...
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Combine cold water with gelatin in small pan. Warm the water over medium heat, stirring until gelatin melts. Remove from heat. Place concentrate in 2 ...
Combine cold water with gelatin in small pan. Warm the water over medium heat, stirring constantly until gelatin melts. Remove from heat. Place ...
Mix orange juice according to package ... until smooth. Add fruit mixture to remaining ... small paper cups and add a popsicle stick. Freeze until firm.
Dissolve Jello, Kool-Aid and sugar in boiling water. Add cold water. Pour into containers and freeze.
Combine all ingredients in blender. Blend until smooth. Freeze in popsicle forms or paper cups with sticks or plastic spoons.
Blend fruit or berries; add yogurt and juice; mix. Pour ... molds or small paper cups. Freeze. If using cups, insert popsicle stick when partially frozen.
Soften gelatin in cold water. Add hot fruit juice and stir until ... complementary flavors of juice works best. Try orange-pineapple, lemon-orange, grape-apple.
Mix well and freeze in small dixie cups. Mix well and freeze in small dixie cups.
Blend ingredients together ... hot water over it until the popsicle slips out. Let children keep the cups to use as a holder. Makes 4-5 small popsicles.
Use 2 tablespoons ... 1 1/2 cup juice. They freeze well and are more refreshing in the hot weather. You may also use any instant pudding for a variation.
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