|At Your Service|
|by Junior League of Gwinnett North Fulton|
At Your Service, the League s first cookbook, is a hit and into its second printing in less than two years.
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Melt white almond bark on top of ... thick. Crush either peppermint candy canes or peppermint ... on lined cookie sheet. Let it dry and chop into pieces.
In a sauce ... melting, crush the candy canes. I leave ... hour). When cool, break into pieces. The candy is now ready to serve. Everybody loves this candy!
Line 9-inch square ... creme and almond bark; blend until smooth. Stir in peppermint candy. Add desired ... Store in refrigerator. Makes about 2 1/2 pounds.
Line 9" square ... creme and almond bark; blend until smooth. Stir in peppermint candy and red food ... desired. Refrigerate until firm. About 2 1/2 pounds.
Melt almond bark or white chocolate in top of double boiler. Crush peppermint candy by hand or ... pounds. This is easy and yummy! It's a great holiday treat.
Melt almond bark or chocolate and stir in crushed candy until covered. Let set, break into pieces and chill.
Line cookie sheet ... and smooth. Heat bark until melted and ... microwave). Stir crushed candy into almond bark. ... the chocolate and peppermint layers to create ... pretty addition at Christmas.
In microwave, melt vanilla bark in a large ... easily. Crush the candy and stir into ... into pieces of various sizes and shapes. Store in refrigerator.
Melt almond bark, add crushed candy. Pour onto a foil-lined cookie sheet. Cool, break apart.
Break bark into pieces and ... is melting, process candy in food processor ... thick and allow to harden in refrigerator. Break into pieces. Freezes well.
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