|Pink Princess Tea Parties|
|by Barbara Beery|
A nibble, a snack, a break-bite-no matter what you call it, tea time is alive and well in homes and classrooms across America.
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Heat oven to 325 degrees. In medium size bowl, with electric mixer, beat butter, sugar, egg, vanilla and salt until fluffy. Beat in flour. ...
Bake pie shell, or graham cracker crust. Makes 1 large pie or 2 small pies. Fill shell(s) and refrigerate until ready to serve. Delicious! Serve 7.
Blend by hand, ... mayonnaise.) Add food color if desired. Spread ... or frozen decrusted bread slices. Cut into triangles or sticks. Will fill 2 loaves.
Mix well and bring to boil in very large container. Add to boiling mixture: Stir well. Add: Mix well. Put into gallon jar. Set aside at least two ...
Drain cherries on ... cool. Drizzle with Pink Powdered Sugar Icing. ... drops red food coloring, and 1 to 2 tablespoons milk to make desired consistency.
Boil until thermometer ... off heat, flavor, color. Pour into ... can be sharp. It will be very hot. Work quickly as it hardens fast. Butter your hands.
Mix cheese and ... minutes. Combine butter, milk, sugar and vanilla. Beat until smooth. Add color. Blend well. Frost cooled cookies. Makes about 4 dozen.
Heat oven to 325 degrees. In medium-size bowl with electric mixer, beat butter, sugar, egg, vanilla, and salt until fluffy. Beat in flour. ...
Preheat oven to ... batch in desired color and paint cookies; ... pipe white or pink Cake Mate around ... around dowels; cover with ribbon and tie bows.
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