|Got Milk? The Cookie Book|
|by Peggy Cullen|
Are you a muncher, a dunker, a nibbler? A chomper, a splitter, or a frosting licker? Inspired by the overwhelming popularity of the Got Milk? camp...
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Mix dry ingredients. Beat eggs in oil. Add raisins and nuts. Drop by teaspoonfuls on WELL greased baking sheet. Bake at 350 degrees about 15 minutes, ...
Blend in blender until smooth.
In blender, place ... ice cream and milk. Blend on ... Serve immediately. Yield: 8 cups. NOTE: You can serve with additional scoops of ice cream, if desired.
Melt white and milk chocolate separately. Add ... a striped effect. Let cool at room temperature. Turn out onto cutting board and cut into small squares.
Melt milk chocolate in one ... the peanut butter and mix it well. Can buy melts at any place where coating candy is sold. Hilltop Fruit usually has them.
In separate container, ... with Pam. Pour milk coating into it ... crumbling. (These coatings can be purchased at stores selling candy/cake-making supplies.)
Mix together vinegar, ... cheese. Strain the oil into the mixture. Add mayonnaise and blend together, and finally, add the sour cream and milk. 1 quart.
Pour milk chocolate in greased ... Combine white chocolate and peanut butter; dot onto milk chocolate. Use a knife to marbelize; let set. Cut into squares.
(Use bulk chocolate - block.) Melt ingredients over double boiler. Spoon into candy molds. Put in freezer until set (about 2 to 3 minutes). Unmold. ...
In separate containers, ... make smooth. Pour milk chocolate mix into ... into squares and store in refrigerator or cool spot. Serve at room temperature.
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