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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 1 egg ... paint brush, paint mint leaves and violets ... in sealed glass container. You can use these to decorate a cake or dress up a pastry tray.
To make candy: Press into ... tiny cookie cutters; or shape with hands into balls or wreaths. If using as play dough, keep in a tightly closed container.
Beat together. Roll into small balls and flatten. Leave on wax paper overnight. (This is a fun and easy cooking activity to do with young children).
Combine all ingredients, mixing well.
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!).
Beat cheese, add ... pie dough. Roll in granulated sugar (very important). Press firmly in candy molds. Unmold on waxed paper immediately. Can be frozen.
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.
Bottom Layer: Melt ... Chill 1 hour. Top Layer: Melt 1/4 cup butter and 1 1/2 cups semi-sweet chocolate morsels. Spread over mint layer. Keep refrigerated.
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