|The Martha Stewart Living Christmas Cookbook|
|by Martha Stewart Living Magazine|
Since Martha Stewart Living Magazine's debut more than a decade ago, readers have come to look to its holiday issues for the best seasonal enterta...
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Mix butter, milk and sugar; put coconut and pecans on counter top and place candy mixture on it. Fold and mix with hands until all coconut and pecans ...
Mix crumbs, sugar, ... if desired. Arrange cherries evenly over top ... over. Chill. NOTE: I use almond extract in filling. Also use a few drops in glaze.
Mix all but cherries; refrigerate mixture; ... wax in top of double boiler. Let cool enough to dip candy (use toothpick for dipping). Place on wax paper.
Combine butter, sugar, ... Add nuts and cherries; mix well. ... Place on waxed paper to dry. Store in refrigerator or freezer. This is a special favorite.
Mix above ingredients and refrigerate until cold. Roll into balls. Melt 1 small package chocolate morsels and 1 plank of paraffin. Dip into ...
Pour melted butter over coconut. Mix all together. Chill overnight. Roll into balls. Dip in 2 (12 oz.) packages semi sweet chocolate chips and 1 cake ...
Mix with mixer or by hand. Make into balls. Dip in chocolate that has been melted in a double boiler with paraffin. Place on waxed paper or you can ...
Cream butter and sugar. Beat egg yolks and add vanilla alternate flour, milk and eggs to creamed mixture; mix well. Dredge 1/2 of fruit, nuts and ...
Mix first 6 ingredients. Roll mixture into balls and chill. Melt chocolate chips and paraffin in double boiler. (May use chocolate disks instead.) ...
Mix sugar, butter ... Add vanilla, pecans, cherries and coconut. Mix ... to cool and harden. Store in waxed paper lined tin. Yield approximately 10 dozen.
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