|Raising Dough: Feed the Kids|
|by Kidwell Realtors-Linda|
This cookbook is dedicated to all children who have gone to bed hungry. This is our way of saying you have not been forgotten.
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Do not eat the ornament. Mix all ... smooth ball. Roll dough 1/4" thick with ... to go through. Bake 4 to 5 ... Store in cool, dry place when not being used.
Mix these 2 ingredients together in a medium saucepan. Add: Stir until smooth. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until the mixture reaches ...
Mix soda and ... to cool. Knead dough and roll out ... shape dough by hand. Let air dry 1-2 days. Can be painted with acrylic paint. Coat with clear shellac.
Combine soda and ... 1 minute until dough has the consistency ... the weather. Paint ornaments with acrylics. Dry ... dries or attached with glue later on.
Stir until smooth. Boil 1 minute. Divide into 2 portions. Roll 1/4 inch thick. Cut with cookie cutters. Poke hole for ornament hanger. Allow to dry. Paint.
Mix cornstarch and baking soda in saucepan; add water and mix well. Bring mixture to a boil and cook until it's the consistency of mashed potatoes, ...
Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Knead dough for 5 to ... cookie cutters for ornaments or leave in ... top before baking. Bake at 250 degrees ... clear varnish to preserve.
For the dough, mix 1/2 ... hand into shapes. Bake the finished ornaments on a foil ... years, apply a thin coat of varnish, shellac or clear acrylic coating.
Put cinnamon and ... a thick cookie dough or play dough. ... for hanging. Slip ornaments onto baking sheet with spatula and bake at 200 degrees ... a cool, dry place.
Mix in large bowl: If the dough is too dry, ... MOLD: Shape dough no more than 1/2 ... each for hanging. Bake ornaments on ungreased cookie ... 2 1/2 inch ornaments.
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