|Homemade Root Beer, Soda & Pop|
|by Stephen Cresswell|
This is the only book on the market reviving the traditional American activity of brewing old-fashioned drinks like sarsaparilla and birch beer.
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Combine pudding mix and milk. Beat until smooth. Add about 1 cup of Cool Whip and blend well. (The Cool Whip prevents iciness!!) Pour into molds and freeze.
One child pours instant pudding into bowl. Other ... pour into ice pop molds or invite ... eaten by the adults who won't have a chance at the pudding pops.
Add scalded milk to prepared popped corn, let stand 1 hour. Add remaining ingredients. Turn into buttered baking pan; bake until firm. Serve hot with ...
In medium bowl, ... and dry instant pudding mix. With wire ... Insert 1 or 2 popsicle sticks in each cup. Cover; freeze until firm. Peel off cups to serve.
Bake s directed ... the holes. Mix pudding mix as directed and then fold in Cool Whip. Spread over cake. Refrigerate cake. Serve cake from the refrigerator.
Follow pudding (any flavor) directions. ... hours. Unwrap and pop out as you would do ice. Pick up with toothpicks and you have "Pudding Pops". Serves 12.
Combine pudding mix and milk. ... of cups. Can add nuts or crushed fruits, peanut butter, jam or swirl ice cream topping through mixture before freezing.
Beat pudding mix and milk in bowl. Spoon into paper cups. Place wooden stick into each. Freeze until firm.
Beat pudding mix and milk until smooth. Spoon into Ice Tups. Freeze.
Mix pudding, milk and ... begins to boil, stirring frequently. Remove from heat. Cool 5 minutes, stirring twice. Fill molds and freeze. Makes 12 to 14 pops.
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