|Creative Coastal Cooking|
|by Terry Libby|
When most people think of quintessential Maine cooking, images of boiled lobsters, blueberry pie, and clambakes come to mind.
Results 1 - 10 of 309 for how to make buckeyes
In the bowl ... be careful not to allow any moisture ... partially coated. Place on wax paper or silicone sheets. Store, refrigerated, in an airtight container.
1. Combine peanut ... 4. Use toothpick to dip each ball ... chocolate (cover approximately 2/3 of the ball). 5. Place on wax paper and chill until firm.
Line a baking ... balls and dip in chocolate so 3/4 of each ball is covered. Return to wax paper, chocolate side down. Refrigerate 30 minutes (can freeze).
Soften butter and knead ingredients together. Roll into tiny balls and put in refrigerator 4 hours. Melt paraffin and chocolate morsels. Put balls on ...
Blend butter, peanut ... sugar and knead to dough-like consistency. Form ... water. Dip balls in chocolate using a toothpick so they look like Buckeyes.
Cream butter, peanut ... oil and chocolate pieces together. Drip half of ball into chocolate mixture. Return to cookie sheet and refrigerate until serving.
Mix peanut butter, ... sugar with hands to form smooth dough. ... chocolate and shortening. Dip balls with toothpick 3/4 top showing. Keep in refrigerator.
Mix peanut butter, ... and powdered sugar to form a smooth ... Insert toothpick in ball, dip in chocolate 3/4 of way. Put chocolate side down. Refrigerate.
Mix first 4 ... chips and shortening. Pour into small bowl. Dip balls into chocolate. Place back on cookie sheet. Return to refrigerator until set and firm.
Mix peanut butter, ... double boiler. Then dip balls into chocolate until covering 2/3 of ball. (Use a toothpick to dip.) Refrigerate at least 30 minutes.
top of page