|by Beatrice Ojakangas|
Beatrice Ojakangas brings to life the cuisines and customs of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark, countries that share borders and bounty.
1 - 10 of 13 for pinwheel candy
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Mix together, if too thin add extra sugar, if too thick add few drops milk. Form into ball and roll out thin. Spread with peanut butter and roll up ...
Cook and mash potato. Sift sugar in large bowl; add vanilla and butter, blending well. Add mashed potato a little at a time, working until you have a ...
Blend potatoes, butter ... weather because the candy will not harden. ... half crosswise to form two 9 inch long rolls. Wrap in paper chill 2 to 3 hours.
Boil potato until done, while still hot, mash thoroughly. Begin adding powdered sugar, small amounts at a time until the potato and powdered sugar ...
Blend potatoes, butter ... weather because the candy will not harden ... dryness of mashed potatoes. From my mother Betty Cook of Oak Hill, West Virginia.
Mix ingredients except ... rolled sugar dough. Roll dough up into a log. Refrigerate for about an hour and slice into 1/4 inch pinwheels. Keep refrigerated.
Boil potato in its skin until done. Peel potato and mash until smooth, adding only salt and vanilla while mashing. Add confectioner's sugar until ...
Melt 1 stick butter. Pour over 1 (1 pound) box confectioners sugar. Add 1 teaspoon vanilla, 3 tablespoons can cream to make stiff dough but creamy. ...
Cook sugar, Karo ... log with powdered sugar as you roll it up. Let the log sit and cool down to room temperature, then cut into pinwheel slices. . Stamper
Rub softened butter ... each piece of candy into chocolate coating ... finely chopped almonds and work in. Form into balls and dip into chocolate and chill.
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