|Raising Dough: Feed the Kids|
|by Kidwell Realtors-Linda|
This cookbook is dedicated to all children who have gone to bed hungry. This is our way of saying you have not been forgotten.
1 - 10 of 250 for yeast dough cookies
Beat the yolks ... adding to the dough. Add remaining ... preserves or nut filling. Bake on greased (or Teflon coated) cookie sheets at 350°F for 20 minutes.
Cut butter into ... is crumbly. Add yeast to cream. Add ... sugar. Form chilled dough into 3 balls ... each baked cookie in powdered sugar. Yield: 4 dozen.
Cream butter. Add ... and mix. Add yeast cake paste and ... quite firm. Refrigerate dough, well-covered, overnight. ... easily. When preparing cookies, work with ... powdered sugar before serving.
Here's a simple ... flour, the sugar, yeast and salt. Stir ... make a soft dough. On lightly ... servings. © 2006 and ®/™ General Mills, used with permission.
Dissolve 1 package yeast in 2 tablespoons ... counter top. Place dough on counter top ... sheets. Sprinkle with salt. Bake at 475 degrees for 8 minutes.
Measure all of ... Mix 1 package yeast, 1 1/2 ... make a stiff dough you can knead ... from oven and brush top with melted butter. Yield: 2 dozen rolls.
Make dough first. Combine yeast, warm water ... plain. Can subsitute real ham, pastrami with turkey ham, or turkey pastrami, hot capicola or proscuitto.
Dissolve Crisco in ... let cool. Dissolve yeast in small amount ... soft - unlike dough. Let rise ... own homemade cinnamon rolls for breakfast. Excellent!
Early in the day, combine yeast, sugar, salt, ... cups flour. Turn dough onto a lightly ... face on bunnies. If you like, tie bows around bunnies' necks.
In a bowl, mix the yeast, sugar, salt, ... cups flour. Turn dough out onto a ... and a hint of red food coloring (for pink); use to draw face on bunnies.
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