|The Food Journal of a College Student|
|by Sarah Patchett|
A Word From The Author In today's fast-paced society there are few of us who can afford, or even have the time, to spend hours in the kitchen ever...
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Boil 2 cups maple syrup with 1 cup thick cream until it forms ... cup walnuts and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Beat until thick and creamy. Pour into buttered pan.
Mix well until smooth, shape into small balls. Melt chocolate chips and wax in double boiler. Dip balls in chocolate and place on wax paper. Makes ...
Mix all together; chill and form into balls. Chill balls, then cover with chocolate covering; consisting of: 2 tbsp. butter 2" square wax Melt in ...
Mix first 7 ingredients well and chill. Form into small balls and chill overnight. Melt wax with chips. Dip using toothpicks and set on wax paper.
Measure the maple syrup into a ... to make the candy stiff, kneading until ... gifts. These maple cream candies may be ... to the sugar mixture as well).
Mix sugar and milk, let sugar and milk boil 5 minutes. Add butter. When melted take off heat, add vanilla and nuts. Beat well until the bubbles have ...
Cook until hard ball tested in cold water. Let cool. Stir. When too stiff to beat, add 1 cup nuts and knead awhile. Form in sausages and slice.
Mix above ingredients ... to quickly dunk candy into chocolate; set ... refrigerator or freezer until ready to eat. Use real chocolate chips for the coating.
Cream butter, flavoring, sugar ... chill. Or in small candy cup, drop chocolate in bottom of cup, put ball in. Drizzle chocolate over top. Freezes well!
Mix well. Make into small balls and roll in powdered sugar. Cool in refrigerator for awhile. Melt in top of double boiler over water these ...
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