|Drinks of the World|
|by John Ashton|
James Mew and John Ashton's 1892 work presents a history of beverages created and consumed around the world.
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Melt butter in ... from heat. Add Rice Krispies. Stir until ... paper, press mixture evenly into a 13 x 9 x 2 inch pan. Cut into 2 inch squares when cool.
Combine and stir well: Place on heat and cook until well dissolved - do not over boil. Remove from heat. Add: Stir until cereal is coated with candy. ...
Beat egg whites ... dry. Add sugar substitute and flavoring. Beat ... until lightly browned. 1 serving = 1 fruit exchange (3 cookies). Yields 24 cookies.
Mix all ingredients together and drop on cookie sheets by rounded teaspoonful, press lightly with the bottom of a juice glass. Bake at 350 degrees ...
In saucepan, melt ... combine sugar and Rice Krispies. Pour melted ... keep up to 1 month, but don't worry they'll be long gone by then. Makes about 100.
Spray pie pan with nonfat nonstick cooking spray and set aside. Mix the first three ingredients well and press into the bottom and up the sides of ...
Measure peanut butter, juice and "Sweet-One" in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave on high 30 seconds. Remove from microwave and stir until smooth. ...
Preheat oven to ... well. Fold in Rice Krispies carefully so as ... tightly sealed container and frozen. To reheat, simply place in microwave a few minutes.
Mix well. 1 cup of oil add to 3 eggs (or use 1/2 of Eggbeaters), 2 teaspoons vanilla. Mix in dry ingredients and blend well. Mix dry ingredients ...
Mix oats mix ... Add vanilla and Rice Krispies. Cool 5 ... into balls (put butter on hands so mixture won't stick), then roll in chopped nuts or coconut.
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