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Old 11-01-2007, 07:43 AM   #521
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I have a new recipe that is SO simple and to die for ladies!!!

It is like candy, almost fudge, so super rich but oh my - so goooooood. Keeps well for shipping as long as you ship from a cold zone to a cold zone.

I don't have a microwave so do it on the stove and it works fine.

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This sounds really good! I'll have to add it to my list when I start my baking/candy making! Thanks for sharing!
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Thanks to all who contributed the recipes and ideas. I had to wait to print out the megalist because dh was still sleeping. I can't believe all the wonderful enticements to indulge. But then if you make them for someone else your little sneaks don't have any calories, right?
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But then if you make them for someone else your little sneaks don't have any calories, right?
That's my understanding!
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Can you ladies help me out???? Funds are very very very low this year and I'm going to have a hard time buying gifts. Any ideas on FUN toyish gifts that I could make for my 2 nephews and 1 niece (she's not even born yet, due next month). I am at a loss for boys handmade gifts. They are 4 and 2. thanks ladies!
How about a gift of chef's aprons (you can buy them for a couple of dollars at A. C. Moore (which have online coupons you can sign up for) with a cheap set of measuring spoons and cups? You could let them decorate the aprons themselves or just print their names on them with fabric markers. Print off a simple recipe and give them a coupon good for an afternoon of baking with you. My kids always loved cooking with me when they were that age.

As for the newborn, what about a simple homemade "My first Christmas" ornament?

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I love to make peppermint bark at Christmas - it looks so festive on cookie and candy platters. I found the below candy and want to duplicate it:


So I did a search and found this recipe that I will try:
http://rgbdream.com/2007/01/11/make-...ppermint-bark/

These are really cute too - put two tiny candy canes together back to back to form a heart, then pour the melted bark in the center:
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I am so thrilled about the ideas I have received from this thread! I have been trying so hard to stay ahead of the game this year! However, the time I have spent reading this thread has interfered a little bit!

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Wow lots of great ideas so I am subscribing.

I am doing Christmas cards and looking into doing other goodies this year since money is tight. Love the pretzel & cocoa ideas too.
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In preparation for the holidays I am trying a few new recipes. I am having my family and co-workers taste test them. My co-workers are very excited to be taste testing. : ) If the goodies go over well, they will be part of my food Christmas gifts. I tried the microwave peanut brittle and peppermint bark found on SCS. Wonderful. Especially the peanut brittle. It was very easy. I also made Ina Garten's (Barefoot Contessa) Chocolate Truffles. Excellent & easy. I didn't use the Grand Marnier, which was optional.

My family will try them tonight and co-workers tomorrow. I will let you know what the winners are with them.

In the next few weeks I plan on trying other recipes from this thread.
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Finally made it through this thread! Wow, awesome ideas.

Has anyone tried the pretzel rings with a Reese's PB cup in the center?
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No, but I bet it's fabulous!

I haven't been able to read the whole thread, even though I have spent quite a bit of time at it. I have copied 12 pages of recipes, too!

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Finally made it through this thread! Wow, awesome ideas.

Has anyone tried the pretzel rings with a Reese's PB cup in the center?
I made them with the regular kisses, but used Reese's Pieces instead of m&ms. Yummy!
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Did you know that the large pretzel rods fit very nicely in SU! large stamp and supply boxes? I give mine in those. My DD (age 5) loves to decide what to roll the chocolate pretzels in and who gets which. Neighbors with kids get ones rolled in colorful candies, old folks usually get the ones rolled in nuts or something...... OF course we make bands to go around the boxes....
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Do you have a picture of the decorated pretzel rods?
They sound great!
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Hey guys! How do you find the collected list of recipes and ideas. Sorry, sometimes I am computer challenged!
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Suzy_H was compiling a document with them all. Not sure what page it is one, you could probably do a search of her posts or just start reading through this one- it's worth it anyway- and you'll find it soon enough
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Hi everyone - the document with the saved recipes is on post 159. It is only current up until then. I am sadly behind!
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Hey girls,
Have an idea. I have bought some muffin tins at the dollar store and plan on filling each space with different goodies, then put it in a cellophene bag with a pretty ribbon. Of course adding a stamped tag.
What cha think?
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Have an idea. I have bought some muffin tins at the dollar store and plan on filling each space with different goodies, then put it in a cellophene bag with a pretty ribbon. Of course adding a stamped tag.
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I think it is a great idea!
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Post #476 (almost to the bottom of page 12) has a more recent version of the recipes thanks to Darth Debby!
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Ooooo! I like the muffin tin idea too! Very cute!
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Hmmm...you sparked my curiosity...what will you be making to put in each muffin spot?
Did you get the 12 or 6 muffin tins?
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Did you get the 12 or 6 muffin tins?
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I got the 6 muffin tins. For the goodies....I was thinking Christmas Eve Pecans(very easy), maybe the microwave peanut brittle someone mentioned earlier, those pretzel/rolo things, hard candy, peppermint bark, and I am still thinking....

So would ya'll(notice my Southern accent )put those paper cupcake liners in the muffin tins or leave them plain?
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So would ya'll(notice my Southern accent )put those paper cupcake liners in the muffin tins or leave them plain?

I would if you don't 'wrap' the food items, otherwise they might stick to the tins.
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I made the oreo truffles last week. They were scrumptious. Definately going on the Christmas goodie list
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I got the 6 muffin tins. For the goodies....I was thinking Christmas Eve Pecans(very easy), maybe the microwave peanut brittle someone mentioned earlier, those pretzel/rolo things, hard candy, peppermint bark, and I am still thinking....

So would ya'll(notice my Southern accent )put those paper cupcake liners in the muffin tins or leave them plain?

What is Christmas Eve Pecans....
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Christmas Eve Pecans is a very easy recipe that gives the pecans a sugar/cinnamon coating. I will dig out the recipe to give you exact measurements. Once you make them...everyone will want them every year! And did I mention that they are easy?
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Christmas Eve Pecans is a very easy recipe that gives the pecans a sugar/cinnamon coating. I will dig out the recipe to give you exact measurements. Once you make them...everyone will want them every year! And did I mention that they are easy?
Oh, I would like that recipe also.
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Can you ladies help me out???? Funds are very very very low this year and I'm going to have a hard time buying gifts. Any ideas on FUN toyish gifts that I could make for my 2 nephews and 1 niece (she's not even born yet, due next month). I am at a loss for boys handmade gifts. They are 4 and 2. thanks ladies!

What about stamped pillow cases? I did those one year for my boys for Christmas. They were little and I did construction themed. Not necessarily "toys" but still fun.

One year when we were broke I bought used kids cookbooks (at a used bookstore...they still looked new) and gave it along with some cooking items to my nieces/nephews.

I've also done cookie "pizza" kits. Make a huge cookie and prebake it. Put it in a pizza box and include a tube of frosting and some toppings for them to "top" their pizza with.

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Here's the updated list as of today (11-16). I've decided this year I may take all of these recipes and ideas, put them all in one little cutsie book and give them out as presents. What do you guys think?
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That sounds like a wonderful idea. Please post yours when you finish! Thanks for all of the time you have put into this ~ you are AMAZING!!!
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I'm attempting to make cosmobella coasters for our "girlfriend's Handmade Christmas Party"
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Thanks sooo much for the updated list! I love the idea of putting these recipes in a little book. Lol, you will save the time on typing them. I gave out a few 6X6 recipe books last year, and I plan on giving out two more this year, as they were such a big hit with my family. (I had some jelous women!) I have done countless recipe swaps with paper crafts magazine over the past few years and have 7 or 8 of my own books. I only keep the pages that I know the recipe sounds good. The rest goes in to a pile that my aunt, then other stamp/scrap friends can take from. A lot of the pages are soooo cute and I hate to get rid of, but, hey, I have a million and I don't like peppers or ketchup or... lol
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Oh Billie don't thank me, I only updated the list that was posted on page 12. As long as one of use comes up every few pages or so and updates it it's not so big of a task. Really it's a group effort, keep posting the ideas and recipes!!
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Thanks so much for sharing your list with us!!! I think making it into a book sounds like a wonderful gift!
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I got the 6 muffin tins. For the goodies....I was thinking Christmas Eve Pecans(very easy), maybe the microwave peanut brittle someone mentioned earlier, those pretzel/rolo things, hard candy, peppermint bark, and I am still thinking....

So would ya'll(notice my Southern accent )put those paper cupcake liners in the muffin tins or leave them plain?

are the muffin tin holes deep or are they not too deep? sorry to be confusing i saw an idea in gooseberry patch book and they put buckeys in the muffin tin and wrapped it in cellophane, but the tins were really small. i can't find them anywhere.
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HOLY COW!!! This is 41 pages long. I can't wait to take the time to look thru everything. Thanks to everyone who contributed.
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For Thanksgiving I made the oreo truffles for the first time (my husband is the only one who's tried them yet, and I had to hide the container so he wouldn't eat the rest. I also made the pretzal rounds with the m&m. I saw them at the store and couldn't resist! And hey I used the rest of the pretzals in my chex mix! I think I'm ready...Bring on Thanksgiving!
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I have word viewer installed on my computer, but I can't seem to open this document. I get a message that it cannot be opened because it was sent as an attachment. Am I the only one having problems accessing this? I'd sure love to see it. I can open pdf documents, but this one is shown as an attachment.php
Thanks for all your hard work Michelle! I'm hoping to be able to view it!
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I have word viewer installed on my computer, but I can't seem to open this document. I get a message that it cannot be opened because it was sent as an attachment. Am I the only one having problems accessing this? I'd sure love to see it. I can open pdf documents, but this one is shown as an attachment.php
Thanks for all your hard work Michelle! I'm hoping to be able to view it!
I was able to open it just fine. Here's a PDF version of the same document.
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