|High Balls and Happy Hours|
|by Clem Thomas|
An autobiography from the man who has captained the Watsonians, Cambridge University, London Scottish, Barbarians, the Scottish National squad and...
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Beat butter and ... Stir in rolled oats. Refrigerate dough for 3 hours. Shape into balls and roll in ... Chill and store in refrigerator. Makes 3 dozen.
Mix chopped candy, cereal, peanuts, ... hands, and roll teaspoonfuls of mixture into balls. Place on waxed paper. Store in refrigerator. Yields 4 dozen.
Combine ingredients and mix well. Shape into bite size balls. Roll in chopped nuts or coconut. Keep in refrigerator. Yield: 3 dozen.
Beat butter until ... water, vanilla and oats; blend well. Chill. Shape into small balls. Roll in ... chocolate butter balls, add 3 tablespoon cocoa to dough.
Any of the following: Mmmmmm - candy coated chocolate pieces ... round sprinkles and balls German chocolate - ... in flour and oats with spoon. 3. ... into 4 inch circles.
Cream butter and ... milk, then the oats. Refrigerate dough ... the dough into balls and place on ... minutes. To decorate: Candy corn Small peanut ... for kids to make!
In large bowl ... spoon, stir in oats. Preheat oven ... into 1 inch balls. Place as ... quickly press a candy into center of each cookie. Cool on wire racks.
Heat oven to ... well. Add flour, oats, and salt; ... into 1 inch balls. For filling, press desired candy piece into center ... completely. Makes 4 dozen cookies.
Cream together shortening, ... well. Roll in balls and press ball ... overbake! (This is a very large batch, the dough can be frozen and baked at a later time.
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