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Colorful gumdrops make these fun miniature loaves just perfect for holiday gift-giving.
Colorful gumdrops make these fun miniature loaves just perfect for holiday gift-giving. 'I usually bake this moist bread at Christmas, but it's also requested at Easter,' notes Linda Samaan of Fort Wayne Indiana.
Making candy is one of my favorite things to do during the holidays," pens Jennifer Short from her home in Omaha, Nebraska. "This sweet white fudge is as easy to put together as it is beautiful to serve.
These fun cookies are chock-full of chewy gumdrops. I use red and green ones at Christmas, black and orange for Halloween and pastel shades for Easter. I've made this recipe for years and find that kids really get a kick out of the cookies with a candy surprise inside!
Colorful gumdrops make these fun miniature loaves just perfect for holiday gift-giving. "I usually bake this moist bread at Christmas, but it's also requested at Easter," notes Linda Samaan of Fort Wayne Indiana.
Jewel-toned squares made by SueAnn Bunt of Painted Post, New York are softer than store-bought gumdrops.
This unique treat combines two holiday favorites— the tangy flavor of cranberry and a sweet chewy candy. I've made them for years. They're popular with all ages.
I get nothing but rave reviews when I make these gumdrops and usually have to prepare three batches. The refreshing orange flavor is a nice change from the usual chocolate holiday candies.
MAKING these cookies, I feel I'm keeping my mother's Christmas spirit alive. They were her special treat each year at holiday time. These cookies are great for keeping children busy - they can cut up the gumdrops and eat all the black ones (they turn the dough gray). -Letah Chilston, Riverton, Wyoming
You don't need a green thumb to make the candy rose petals that garnish Heavenly Angel Food Cake—just a handful of gumdrops and a dish of granulated sugar. Pretty enough to turn any dessert into a special occasion, gumdrop flowers can be made weeks ahead and stored in an airtight container. Gumdrops are super-inexpensive, so play around and have some fun—the less formal the shaping, the more natural the petals look. Like learning to crimp the edges of a piecrust, there's a rhythm that comes easily after making a few. Use these ideas as inspiration. Many of the tips and techniques for making rose petals can also be used to create other flowers. This recipe goes with Heavenly Angel Food Cake
I was planning to make traditional marshmallow treats but didn't have enough Rice Krispies on hand, so I used Corn Pops instead," recalls Laura Tryssenaar of Listowel, Ontario. "I added gumdrops for color, and the result was spectacular.
This is my Mom's recipe for Gumdrop cake that she use to make, It is a family favorite. Easy to make. She always left the gumdrops whole or used the small spiced gumdrops.
'I received this recipe while living in New Zealand with a friend,' recalls Tim Fink from Steamboat Springs, Colorado. 'His wife prepared a batch of these moist muffins for him. I 'sampled' so many that the next time, she doubled the recipe so there were plenty for both of us.'
Very light and not too sweet, these muffins are great for breakfast or brunch. Fresh pineapple and a bit of shredded coconut are a lovely alternative to the strawberries.
These are sure to fix any chocolate cravings, and the buttermilk lends a delicious lightness to these muffins.
These nutritious, delicious muffins have been a family favorite for years.
When I need a great accompaniment for soup, stew or a casserole, I reach for this recipe. The carrot gives the muffins a nice texture.
'I use bacon, jalapeno pepper and a few other favorite items to put a different twist on a corn muffin mix,' explains Judy Foley, Ridgeway, Virginia. 'The moist bites complement a breakfast of scrambled eggs. They freeze well, too, but with my household of three guys, I can't keep them in the freezer for very long,' she adds.
These are really great muffins! Prep or cooking time does not include frying the bacon.
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The following recipe comes from my mother's home economics class in Louisiana back in the 1940's. I hope your readers enjoy the muffins as much as I do.
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