|Drinks Without Liquor|
|by Jane Brandt|
Here are 200 outstanding drinks that are literally for the whole family, including the designated driver.
Results 1 - 10 of 20 for liquor candy
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Bake cake mix ... and sprinkle with Heath bars. Continue layering until all ingredients are used, ending with candy sprinkled on top. Keep refrigerated.
Beat eggs and ... and spices. Add flour; mix well. Add soda to liquor and mix. Add fruit and nuts. Dough is easier to work with if refrigerated overnight.
Dissolve yeast in warm water (105 degrees) in bowl. Add sugar, butter, salt, cardamom, and almonds; mix. Set aside 2 tablespoons of egg. Add ...
Chop fruit and nuts fine and place in large bowl. Dredge with half of flour. Cream butter well and gradually add sugar. Add eggs, one at a time and ...
Cream butter; add brown sugar and mix well. Add eggs and beat again, then stir in spices, flour, salt, and soda alternately with the booze. Grind ...
Bake cake in ... cup of Kaluha liquor on each layer. ... Then crush 2 candy bars on top. ... Cool Whip and crushed candy. Make sure bowl is deep. Enjoy!
This recipe can feed a large crowd and looks great when served layered in a large glass bowl. It can be prepared a day or two ahead of time and ...
This is an impressive dessert for your guests!
Bake brownie mix ... on package. Break candy bars into small ... Spread Cool Whip mixture over mousse. Garnish with reserved candy. Keep chilled. Serves 12.
Cream sugar and ... Last, stir in liquor. Drop onto ... 20 minutes at 300 to 325 degrees. Cool and store in cookie container. Best after a couple of days.
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