|by Mark Eric Miller|
Simple and enjoyable preparation is the key to the traditional Amish cooking. Here are time-tested recipes, cooking and preserving tips modified t...
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Preheat oven to ... shape of a turtle. Place a ... chocolate chips and frost cooled caramels. Refrigerate to set. Wrap in plastic wrap and store in refrigerator.
Melt milk and ... hours or overnight. Over double boiler, melt chocolate and paraffin together. Dip each candy piece in chocolate and put on waxed paper.
Melt chocolate chips into top of double boiler, stir in the rest of the ingredients and mix well. Drop by teaspoon on waxed paper and allow to dry.
1. Place caramels ... sheets, arrange in turtle pattern of head ... sheets. Store in single layer in tightly covered container in refrigerator up to 3 weeks.
Melt above together in double boiler. Place pecan pieces on buttered teflon cookie sheet. Spoon caramel mixture onto pecans. Let pecans, dry, then ...
Melt caramels and cream in double boiler. Add nuts. Drop by teaspoon on buttered cookie sheet. Let stand an hour. Melt chocolate and pour over ...
Heat oven to ... grease. For each candy, place three ... Refrigerate just until chocolate is firm, about 30 minutes. Yields 24 candies, 100 calories per candy.
Cook 1 pound caramel candy and Pet milk ... dip in chocolate mixture (make chocolate mixture by melting chocolate and paraffin). Place on buttered surface.
Cook in double ... cool. Melt whole package (24 ounces almond bark) in double boiler. Take candy from freezer and dip in chocolate. Excellent holiday treat!
Combine sugar, Pet milk and butter; cook 7 minutes after it comes to a full boil. Time carefully. Pour mixture over pecans, chocolate chips and ...
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