|The Classic 1000 Cake and Bake Recipes|
|by Wendy Hobson|
Even in our time-pressured lives, cooks still love making cakes and breads. Not simply for special occasions, but as an everyday source of healthy...
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Mix first 5 ingredients. Form mixture into small balls. Roll balls in coconut or walnuts or both. Refrigerate.
Combine all ingredients, mixing well. Form into small balls and roll them in powdered sugar - enjoy!
Combine sugar and ... up to overnight. Bake at 350 degrees ... Roll about 1 teaspoon into a ball; bake. Shake or roll in powdered sugar while still warm.
Rub softened butter into the sifted sugar. Add milk, vanilla, salt. Mix thoroughly (the more you work it, the better it is). Variations: Take basic ...
Cream softened butter ... 9 inch layers. Bake at 350 degrees ... gives the coconut a fluffy appearance. Grinding will give you heavier pieces of coconut.
Sift dry ingredients. ... small balls and bake in oven at ... cool; then roll in powdered sugar until each cookie has a coat of sugar. Makes 5 dozen cookies.
Measure flour and ... Add semi-sweet chips. Bake at 325 degrees ... or until bottom is lightly brown. Let cool slightly and roll in confectioners sugar.
Cream sugar, shortening ... flatten as they bake. Bake 8 ... 350 degrees depending on your oven. Cookies will not look done, but don't worry they will be.
Combine powdered (10X) ... 2 inches apart. Bake at 350 degrees ... Remove from cookie sheet, allow to cool 5 minutes, then roll in extra powdered (10X) sugar.
Mix all together and drop from a teaspoon into hot grease. Fry until golden brown. Drain on paper towels. Shake in bag with confectioners' sugar.
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