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Put all of ... Takes much more flavoring and much less food coloring than you think. Let air dry 1-2 weeks before storing. Makes 10 dozen 1 inch mints.
Mash cream cheese, add flavoring and coloring. Mix in powdered sugar. Then knead with hands until consistency of pie dough. Roll into marble size ...
Beat with mixer. When too stiff, knead by hand. Make STIFF, add another cup of powdered sugar if possible, easier to mold. Divide into as many parts ...
Blend until smooth; then work with hands until smoother. Make little balls and flatten with fork; or roll on powdered cloth or board and cut with ...
Mix cheese, flavoring, ... pop out. Refrigerate. These freeze nicely. 50 to 75 mints. Plan 2 mints per person. 2/3 people invited will come to a wedding.
Mash cream cheese. ... drops of the mint oil at a ... Press sugared side into candy molds and unmold on waxed paper. Makes about 25 roses and 25 leaves.
Mix all ingredients well and mold in any shape desired.
Gradually add powdered sugar to cream cheese. Mix well. Add food colors and flavoring to desired taste and color. Roll a ball of dough about the size ...
Mix with hands. Roll in balls. Coat with sugar. Press into rubber mold. Pop out. Makes 70 roses and 100 leaves. Also can color sugar and leave dough ...
Mix dry ingredients ... the ring with mint sprigs in between. ... up. Makes a pastel pink punch. Other flavors of Kool Aid can be substituted if desired.
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