|Bonbons and Simple Sugar Sweets|
|by Louisa Thorpe|
Originally published in 1921, this is a detailed look at the art of sweet making, containing much advice still of practical use today.
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Cream butter and sugar thoroughly. Stir in ... into 1 inch balls. Roll in ... brown. Cool slightly before removing from pan. Makes about 2 dozen cookies.
Cream butter and gradually add powdered sugar. Add vanilla, ... 1 1/2 inch balls. Place on ... powdered sugar again. Sift some more powdered sugar on top. Cool.
Thoroughly cream butter, confectioners sugar, and vanilla. ... Shape into 1-inch balls and roll some ... thoroughly before removing from pan. Makes 4 dozen.
Sprinkle gelatin over ... Form into 30 balls. (Note: Spray ... chilled raisin balls in chocolate. Place on waxed paper until firm. Store in refrigerator.
Cut each biscuit ... each piece into ball. String on ... Quickly push biscuits off skewer into melted butter. Roll in cinnamon-sugar mixture. Makes 30 balls.
Cream butter, sugar, vanilla and salt. Add nuts, form into balls. Roll in powdered sugar. Bake at 350 degrees for 12 to 14 minutes.
Cream butter until light. Add powdered sugar and beat until ... Shape into walnut-sized balls. Place on ... hot. When cooled, roll again in powdered sugar.
Melt chocolate pieces ... Combine wafers, powdered sugar and nuts. Add ... into 1 inch balls and roll in ... covered container several days before eating.
Cream brown sugar and butter, add ... minutes). Very easy to burn, don't let them get too brown. May have the appearance of not being done in the center.
Melt chocolate pieces ... vanilla wafers, confectioners' sugar and chopped nuts. ... then form 1" balls. Roll in ... covered container for several days.
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