|Pink Princess Tea Parties|
|by Barbara Beery|
A nibble, a snack, a break-bite-no matter what you call it, tea time is alive and well in homes and classrooms across America.
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Place popped corn ... corn in bag. Shake well or stir. Microwave on high for 1 minute. Repeat again until you have stirred or shaked the popcorn 3 times.
Or match the color of the popcorn to your decorating ... colored. Gelatin does not have to be dissolved. Drizzle over popcorn and mix well. Makes 2 quarts.
Melt butter, stir ... soft, not completely melted. Add Jello and drizzle over popcorn. Mix well. If too sticky, place in 300 degree oven for 3 to 5 minutes.
Keep popcorn warm in oven. ... butter and stir quickly. Immediately pour gelatin/butter mixture over popcorn, tossing to coat all pieces. Makes 2 servings.
Keep popcorn warm in oven. ... powder into melted butter and stir quickly. Immediately pour gelatin/butter mixture over popcorn, tossing to coat all pieces.
Combine syrup and ... gelatin, stirring until dissolved. Add nuts and mix; pour over popcorn. Form 3-inch balls. Dip hands in cold water before handling.
Boil 20 minutes to form a soft ball in cold water. Stirring, pour into hot popcorn slowly until candied.
Measure popped corn into large buttered bowl. In top of double boiler over hot water, heat marshmallows, butter and salt, stirring frequently, until ...
Have popped corn in a very large container. Boil sugar, cream, syrup and vinegar together to 245 degrees. Add butter and coloring. Pour syrup over ...
Place in large ... double boiler: 2 tbsp. butter Set over the boiling water and stir until melted. Tint pink by adding a few drops of red food coloring.
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