|The Ice Cream Machine Book|
|by Rosemary Moon|
This volume shows how to get the best out of an ice-cream machine or how to make ice-cream without one.
Tip: Try pie icing for more results.
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Combine sugar, butter ... cookies by placing icing between two cookies. Mix powdered sugar and butter. Stir ... and milk, beat until frosting is smooth.
Follow directions on box and add extra flour. Drop by tablespoon on cookie sheet and bake. When cool, mix peanut butter into icing and place between cookies.
Grease and flour ... remaining layer so icing is in center. ... ingredients except hot water and soda. Add this last. Mix well. Icing: Mix all ingredients well.
Beat all ingredients ... time. Drop with teaspoon onto a cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes. Beat all together and top "pies". Makes 36.
Cream butter and ... two make 1 pie. Bake 10 ... ingredients and blend well. Add beaten egg whites and vanilla and beat at high speed until it increases in volume.
Mix shortening, sugar, ... vanilla, milk, sugar, flour, vegetable shortening, and butter in a bowl; beat with mixer until creamy. Spread on whoopie pies.
Mix first 6 ... 375 degrees for 5 to 8 minutes. Mix together, then add: Mix well. Spread icing between two cookies to make one whoopie pie. Makes a bunch.
Mix first 5 ... Drop by tablespoons on a cookie sheets. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes. Beat until fluffy. Put icing between 2 whoopie pie pieces.
Put all ingredients ... racks. When cool, ice with the following icing. Put all ... butter for butter. You may want to double the amounts if using layer pans.
Mix all together and drop by teaspoonfuls on cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 12 minutes. Frost with your favorite icing. (Cream cheese icing is great!)
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