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Old 17-11-2003, 01:23 AM
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I'm throwing a holdiay party. Does anyone know a good recipe for a
nice bite-size dessert or cookie?

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Old 17-11-2003, 03:48 AM
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Chocolate Delights


1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
2 cups pecans, ground coarsely in food processor
7 Tbsp unsweetened cocoa
1/4 tsp. salt
2 extra large egg whites, slightly beaten*
1 tsp. vanilla


Preheat oven to 350. In a large bowl, whisk together the powdered sugar,
pecans, cocoa, and salt. Add egg whites and vanilla and stir until mixture is
combined well. Spoon onto lightly oiled foil-lined sheets (or unbuttered
parchment) and bake 12 - 15 minutes or until the tops appear dry and light in
color. Let cool and remove from cookie sheet. Makes about 24 cookies.

*Be sure and use extra large egg whites - I've tried large and cookies don't
turn out as good.

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Old 19-11-2003, 12:04 AM
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"PatyD" wrote in message
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I'm throwing a holdiay party. Does anyone know a good recipe for a
nice bite-size dessert or cookie?


FRENCH CHRISTMAS COOKIES
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40 graham cracker singles (2 packs)
2 - 6oz pkgs mini chocolate chips
2 cups finely chopped nuts (walnuts or almonds)
1 cup brown sugar
1 stick butter, softened to room temp
1 cup 1/2&1/2 (or use 1/2 cup each milk and cream)
*frosting* (see below)
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1. Put the grahams in a plastic bag (about half at a time), squeeze the air
out and seal. Roll over with a rolling pin until the grahams are crushed.
2. Cream butter and sugar.
3. Add crumbs and mix
4. Add cream, nuts and chips and mix
5. Fill baking mini-cups 2/3 full
6. Bake on a cookie sheet at 375* for 10-12 minutes...just until set--do
NOT overbake.
Frosting:
Melt 1 pkg each chocolate and butterscotch chips with 1-2 Tbsp peanut
butter (actually, I sometimes use more...like 1/4 cup! lol). Use to *frost*
cookies

kimberly


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Old 29-11-2003, 01:52 PM
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Just recieved some excelent cranberry pumpkin bread from a place called
www.grandmasoven .com they had some unique pies too.
"PatyD" wrote in message
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Old 29-11-2003, 02:45 PM
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BobDessart wrote:

Just recieved some excelent cranberry pumpkin bread from a place called
www.grandmasoven .com they had some unique pies too.
"PatyD" wrote in message
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I'm throwing a holdiay party. Does anyone know a good recipe for a
nice bite-size dessert or cookie?


This recipe is from Penzey's 2003 Christmas catalog. It sounds good, I
have not tried it.

http://www.penzeys.com/cgi-bin/penze...ecakebars.html


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Old 06-12-2003, 02:16 AM
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I'm throwing a holdiay party. Does anyone know a good recipe for a
nice bite-size dessert or cookie?


This could make a nice addition to your dessert plate and it's one of those
things that's really easy, but looks like it was impressively difficult to
make. )


Toffee Butter Crunch

1 cup butter
1 1/3 cups sugar
1 tablespoon light corn syrup
3 tablespoons water
1 cup coarsely chopped blanched almonds, toasted
4 4-1/2-ounce bars milk chocolate, melted
1 cup finely chopped blanched almonds, toasted

Melt butter in a large saucepan. Add sugar, corn syrup, and water. Cook over
medium heat, stirring now and then, to hard-crack stage (300 F on your candy
thermometer) - watch carefully after temperature reaches 280 F. Quickly stir
in coarsely chopped nuts; spread in well-greased 13x9 inch pan. Cool
thoroughly. Turn out on waxed paper; spread top with half the melted
chocolate; sprinkle with half the finely chopped nuts. Cover with waxed
paper; invert; spread again with remaining chocolate. Sprinkle top with
remaining nuts. If necessary, chill to firm chocolate. Break into pieces.


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Mimi Cummins
co-author of the book "Christmas Cookies Are for Giving: Recipes, Stories
and Tips for Making Heartwarming Gifts"
Available at http://www.tyrpublishing.com/necart/item1.html
at Amazon.com or your favorite bookstore.
ISBN: 0972347399
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