|by Patricia Lousada|
Game of all kinds - birds, animals and fish - are currently enjoying great popularity as a lean, natural food low on additives and fat.
1 - 10 of 62 for mint candy
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In a 1 quart Thermos, add crushed mint leaves. Pour over ... surface. Test the candy by dropping a ... wrap in wax paper. Store in an airtight container.
Line cookie sheet ... microwave). Stir crushed candy into almond bark. ... break candy into pieces. Store tightly covered. pretty addition at Christmas.
Beat cheese, add ... pie dough. Roll in granulated sugar (very important). Press firmly in candy molds. Unmold on waxed paper immediately. Can be frozen.
Combine and beat ... white. Shape into 3/4 inch balls. Place on wax paper. Press with fork. Let dry. Makes 75 mints. Maple flavor makes great candy too.
Mix all ingredients together. Roll into balls, dip in a bowl of sugar and press into mold.
Blend until smooth; then work with hands until smoother. Make little balls and flatten with fork; or roll on powdered cloth or board and cut with ...
VARIATIONS: Substitute 6 ... hand and tap candy, out on ... After molding, expose the candy to air for about 1/2 hour before packing to prevent sticking.
Melt chips with ... chocolate mixture on mint layer. Chill 2 ... and cut into squares. Store loosely covered at room temperature. Makes about 1 3/4 pounds.
Mix the food ... the very hot candy mixture. If you ... red and green mints go well with ... can and have caught fire (burned the hair off my arm once!).
Soften cream cheese ... with fork. Let air dry then store. Chocolate mints you leave out food coloring and add 3 teaspoon cocoa and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla.
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