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Up early again , not sure why I am told it is the age , oh well . I made a card yesterday, I cased one but hey it got done. I am up here in my craft room workong on ideas . Ibought some paper yesterday and I am ready.
Well, I got a start on organizing my craft fair inventory and packing things up for next year. So far I have one tote back in the closet along with the 30 tile coaster sets and the 3 tables I use. Living room is still a really big mess, but it's getting there.
Oh - I'm also inventorying the supplies I have to make more stuff. I have a lot of stuff. I might as well make it all into craft fair items and store it that way than to worry about all of the little parts and where I put them.
Well, Kathy - I think I'm going to end up missing you tonight. Need to get my bed put back together and dog-proof all the stuff in the living room.....Sorry we didn't connect.
sorry it's my fault I got caught up reading a book and imessaging with my DD. Maybe another day.. I havent quite given up hope.. I have been a little out of it lately though...really not a lot to say...
Challenge from me...to each of you. Post your favorite holiday cookie recipe...and then...try to make a batch of some one else's favorite.
Here is a new recipe I got from my neighbor. I have made them 3 times since Thanksgiving. I can't keep them in stock over here!!
cookies look delicious dawn...
here is my favorite holiday cookie recipe
Mini Chip Mandelschnitten Makes abt 4 doz.
1 2/3 C unsifted flour ½ C chilled butter or margarine
2 T Sugar 1 egg slightly beaten
¾ tsp baking powder 2T evaporated milk
Dash salt 1 ¼ C mini chocolate chips
Mix flour, sugar baking powder in mixing bowl, use wire whip to cut in butter or margarine until like small crumbs. Stir in egg and evaporated milk with dough hook until holds together like a nice dough ball. Roll out dough onto 15 ½”x10 ½”x1”(jelly roll pan) using a small amount of flour and ease dough up the side of the pan slightly. Bake at 375 for 8-10 min until lightly browned. Cool completely in pan.
Sprinkle with 1 C mini chips and set aside. Prepare filling. Then carefully spoon over top of baked crust..do not spread..it swill spread during baking. Bake at 375 for 12-15 minutes or until filling is caramel colored. Sprinkle with ¼ C mini choc chips. Cool in pan and then cut into bars.
1 ½ C sugar ½ C honey or light corn syrup
½ C butter or margarine 1 ½ C sliced almonds or chopped pecans
½ C evaporated milk
Combine sugar, butter or margarine, evaporated milk and honey or light corn syrup in a 3 qt sauce pan. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture comes to a boil . Stir in Almonds. Cook and stir over medium heat until mixture reaches 240 F( soft ball stage) remove from heat.
****I have made this with reg. chocolate chips(milk or semi sweet) when the mini chips have not been available...enjoy...my girls all requested this recipe from me so that is why it was all typed up...