|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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Combine sugar and dry milk. Add warm ... sugar has dissolved. Refrigerate or allow to cool for 15 minutes before using. Keeps for 2-3 days in refrigerator.
Prepare dough as ... a rectangular baking pan. Pour milk over the top. Bake in a preheated 350°F oven until lightly browned on top (about 45-50 minutes).
In a large ... extra rich hot chocolate, add 1/4 cup ground chocolate powder or unsweetened cocoa. May be prepared by mixing with hot milk instead of water.
In the pan ... slowly add the milk, stirring constantly. ... gravy boils and thickens. If gravy is too thick, add a little milk. Adjust seasonings to taste.
Combine all dry ingredients well. Add vanilla beans to the mix and store in an airtight container or bag. Add water and blend to serve.
In a heavy-bottomed ... the edges) add milk and cinnamon sticks. ... (Keep stirring until sugar dissolves). This is a good dessert during the Winter time.
(If using fresh milk, add a ... powdered sugar/cinnamon mix. Drizzle thin powdered sugar frosting over the top. For best results, serve warm with fresh coffee.
Corn bread just ... well. Combine egg, milk, and shortening. ... dry ingredients. Do not beat. Turn into greased pan. Bake. 30-40 min.; 425°F; 8x8x2 pan
Good biscuit-mixing means ... shortening. Stir in milk. Turn out ... biscuit cutter. Place on cookie sheet to bake. 12-15 minutes; 475°F; 15 to 20 biscuits
Pour the lime ... place the coconut milk, lemon grass, ... finished cooking. Remove from heat and serve immediately with fresh cilantro leaves for garnish.
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