|Toll House Tried and True Recipes|
|by Ruth Graves Wakefield|
Authentic recipes from the famous Mass. restaurant: popovers, veal and ham loaf, Toll House baked beans, chocolate cake, crumb pudding, much more.
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Mix first 4 ingredients well. Add food coloring to water. Gradually add small amounts of water until mixture is consistency of bread dough. Store in ...
Kool-Aid Playdough: Dissolve Kool-Aid ... Add other ingredients and mix together. Mixture should congeal but not be sticky. Store in airtight container.
Mix. Put 3 tablespoons olive oil (substitute with baby oil, if needed) and desired food coloring into 2 cups boiling water. Add liquid to dry mix and ...
Mix all ingredients. Add boiling water; stir, stir, stir. When cool enough to handle, knead until smooth. Store in airtight container. Kids love the ...
Bring water to a boil. Mix dry ingredients in a bowl. Add oil and food coloring to boiling water. Slowly mix dry ingredients and water mixture ...
Mix flour, salt, alum and Koolaid. Add 2 cups boiling water and oil; knead. Store in plastic bag or covered container.
Mix: Add to dry ingredients: Knead until well mixed. Let cool. May feel sticky at first, just keep working with it.
Mix together dry ingredients then stir in remaining ingredients. Knead until smooth when cool.
Stir the salt, alum and oil together until ... Then add flour and knead until smooth. It is great. If kept in tightly covered will last a long long time.
Mix all dry ingredients. Add oil, water and food color. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until it reaches consistency of mashed potatoes. ...
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