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Melt semi-sweet chips, shortening in a double boiler on low heat until melted. Remove from heat and add milk chips and cereal. Spread on a cookie ...
Prepare and bake ... both packs of chocolate mouse and pour mouse over; then crushed Heath candy; then Cool Whip. Don't put together until ready to serve.
In large bowl, ... 1/2 quarts. Omit chocolate syrup. In large ... crushed hard peppermint candy. Omit chocolate ... vanilla extract. Fold in whipped cream.
Mix peanut butter ... longer. Then melt chocolate and paraffin. (I ... if you like nuts after dipping in chocolate. Refrigerate or freeze. Makes about 75.
Mix the above ... (12 oz.) package chocolate chips and 1 ... at a time while the icing is hot. Remove with fork and place on a plate Makes about 70 balls.
Combine ingredients except dipping chocolate; drop by ... water while dipping candy. With tongs ... refrigerator to harden. Makes about 5 dozen candies.
Cream together sugar, ... 30 minutes. Melt chocolate candi-quick in double ... waxed paper and refrigerate. NOTE: Melt 1/2 of candi-quick and add as needed.
Melt chocolate chips and butterscotch ... chopped pecans until well blended. Drop by teaspoons on wax paper. Let cool. Serves 75. Preparation time 35 minutes.
Combine ingredients; drop ... in 1 (15.4 ounce) package chocolate fudge flavor frosting mix. Heat 5 minutes over rapidly boiling water. Stir occasionally.
Blend all of ... sheet. Make the chocolate covers while the ... chocolate. Place the candy back onto the ... of chocolate over the holes. Cool 1/2 hour.
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