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|From: ~Pixie (Original Message)||Sent: 11/24/2001 8:47 PM|
|Haystacks......also known as Yankee Doodlers|
2 cups semisweet chocolate chips
2 cups butterscotch chips
1 12-ounce can of cocktail peanuts
5 ounces chow mein noodles
Melt chocolate and butterscotch chips in a saucepan on low heat. Stir in nuts and noodles. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto waxed paper-lined cookie sheet. Cool. Store covered in the refrigerator.
|From: ~Pixie (Original Message)||Sent: 9/26/2006 4:27 PM|
|How about a joke dish for your Halloween party!|
Cat littler candy
You will need:
Pour the grapenuts into the pan. Drop no-bake cookie dough into the grapenuts. Once they are semi-hard, roll them in the grapenuts if you want. Add the scoop for people to serve themselves.
My no-bake recipe:
Combine the first four ingredients in a sauce pan and bring to a boil. Cook for one minute. This can also be done in the microwave but make sure the bowl is big to prevent "boil over". Remove from heat, stir in the peanut butter, the vanilla, and the rolled oats and mix until it shines. Drop on to waxed paper or into your grapenuts. Let them cool.
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|From: ~Pixie (Original Message)||Sent: 9/26/2006 4:09 PM|
1 cup cocoa
4 cups sugar
1 cup milk
1 cup margarine
2 tsp vanilla extract
2 cups coconut
6 cups oatmeal
Mix cocoa, sugar, milk and margarine in large pot. Boil 5 minutes and remove from heat. Add vanilla extract. Stir in coconut and oatmeal. Combine well. Drop onto wax paper lined cookie sheets. Refrigerate 1 hour.
|From: ~Pixie (Original Message)||Sent: 9/26/2006 3:58 PM|
| Monster Munch|
|From: ~Pixie (Original Message)||Sent: 9/26/2006 3:21 PM|
Witches Hats http://www.holidays.net/halloween/recipes/witchat.htm
|From: ~Pixie (Original Message)||Sent: 9/26/2006 3:24 PM|
2 cups powdered sugar
1/8 cup granulated sugar
powdered egg white with water
1 tablespoon light corn syrup
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1/3 cup corn starch
Sift powdered sugar. Add granulated sugar. Set aside.
In large bowl, mix powdered egg white and water according to package
instructions, to make equivalent of one egg white. Add vanilla and
syrup, and mix well. Gradually add sugar into egg white mixture,
combining well. Use your hands to form into a ball.
Generously sprinkle board or table with cornstarch. Knead cornstarch
into mixture until it is shaped into a smooth, manageable ball. At
point, you may wrap the mixture tightly in plastic wrap and
until ready to use (it will last for many weeks).
When ready, shape into skulls, place onto waxed paper, and allow to
thoroughly. Once dried, you may decorate.
To decorate the sugar skulls, make a colored icing by combining
powdered sugar with small amounts of water and food coloring. Then
icing to paint the skulls.
While wet, sprinkle the icing with colored sugars or other
If the skull is in remembrance of a loved one, write that person's
across the forehead.
Yield: About 15 skulls
|From: ~Pixie (Original Message)||Sent: 9/26/2006 4:13 PM|
| Edible Haunted House|
|From: ~Pixie (Original Message)||Sent: 9/26/2006 3:55 PM|
| What me and my daughter and some friends like to do is once again |
go up riding in the mountains with plastic trash bags and look for pine nuts
and of course our fingers get sticky but we put dirt on our hands after we are
done picking them and its every fall we do this,we go home get a pot a used one
because the pine gum won't come off the pan when you put the pine nuts in,put
some water in the pot not a whole bunch just enough to boil them and put a little salt
in with them to give it flavor, boil for about 15 to 20 mins. You can't over cook
them or they will explode in the pot. If you can't get pine gum off your hands put a
little butter on your hands and fingers, Have fun, good eating.
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