|The Cool Lunchbox|
|by Sandy Harper|
This book is for parents who are concerned about providing nutritious snacks that their children will actually eat.
Tip: Try cool whip for more results.
Results 1 - 10 of 10 for orzo cool whip
Cook flour, sugar, ... about 8-10 minutes. Cool. Cook Orzo noodles until tender ... fold in Cool Whip. You may ... Ready for evening dessert. Serves 15.
Mix in a ... boil, stirring constantly. Cool slightly. Pour over ... oranges and Cool Whip. Mix all ... with pineapple, oranges and cherries. Refrigerate.
Cook Orzo according to package, ... water. In large bowl combine all ingredients. Cover and refrigerate for 1 hour. (For best results, serve within 4 hours.)
Combine pineapple, instant ... marshmallows and cold orzo. Blend. Refrigerate ... hours. Fold in Cool Whip and put into ... amount and is great for a buffet.
Drain fruits. Save ... boil, remove and cool. Combine orzo, fruit, and juice mixture. Add Cool Whip. Refrigerate. Garnish ... may be substituted for orzo).
Cook together until thickened: Cool. Mix with ... fruit, which was drained, and Cool Whip into macaroni. Makes a large amount that fills large mixing bowl.
1 day before ... sauce over cooked orzo; mix together. ... Serving: Add mandarin oranges, cherries and crushed pineapple. Fold in container of Cool Whip.
Cook and drain ... frequently. Add macaroni. Let stand in refrigerator overnight. Add fruit and Cool Whip to chilled mixture in morning. Mix all together.
Mix sugar, eggs, ... boil until thick. Cool completely. Cook macaroni ... pineapple, oranges and Cool Whip. Garnish with ... cherries and pineapple rings.
Combine sugar, flour ... Add lemon juice, cool mixture to room ... container. It also may be frozen, though freezing somewhat alters the texture. Yield: 24 to 30.
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