|02-28-2007, 06:20 PM||#752|
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I think I needed to subscribe to it as well. Can't remember if I did it or not. Ok, so I am getting old.
|05-04-2007, 01:07 PM||#753|
I can shoot a gun, but I'm scared to open a can of biscuits
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Hate to see this thread lost, especially with the way the Search feature is.
Someone on the CB has a broken oven & needs items for a Bake Sale. It reminded me that this thread has some wonderful NO BAKE treats. With the weather getting warmer, we could all use that.
Some of these recipes are soooo easy & can be made for picnics, bake sales, summer parties - not just limited to Christmas.
If the OP is around, maybe she can change the Thread Title to "Quick & Easy Treats" and also add the link in her first post, to this post that has the condensed version of all the recipes:
---> ALL RECIPES IN THIS ONE POST <---
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|05-06-2007, 11:41 AM||#755|
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I have lots of no bake recipes but they are in disarray. We will be creating our family cook book this summer so as DD types the recipes up I will post them.
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|05-06-2007, 01:22 PM||#757|
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I'm going to watch this for some ideas
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|09-16-2007, 02:47 PM||#759|
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|09-16-2007, 03:07 PM||#760|
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I actually started a new thread because last years thread ended up being 50+ pages long! I copied & pasted all the recipes so far but with starting a new thread I figured if anyone has some new ideas it could be added on as well.
|09-16-2007, 04:23 PM||#761|
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Hi, This thread was SUCH fun last year!! I will have to go thru my recipies and post one! Joan
|09-16-2007, 05:01 PM||#762|
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Corn flake wreaths.
Same recipe as Rice Crispie treats (sorry, don't have that handy) except you use corn flakes instead of rice crispies. Add green food coloring, shape into small wreaths, use red hots for berries. I remember these from my childhood, long, long, long ago. they are really cute.
Moon Pie Lollipops
Moon Pies-white for Christmas if you can find them. Large or small.
long sticks..round chopsticks would work great
Royal Icing type-hard frosting cake/cupcake decorations-snowmen, reindeer, Santa faces
Clear candy bags w/ties big enough to put lollipop end in
Take Moon Pie from package and insert stick in side to look like a lollipop. Using frosting as glue, attach candies, make designs, add sprinkles etc. After frosting is set, insert lollipop end into plastic bag and tie it. You can display these in a vase with some styrofoam in the vase to jam the sucker ends in. My friend does these at Halloween every year and they are absolutely adorable.
For added convenience you may be able to use canned squirtable frosting, but I have found that it does not set up very well, seems to stay soft. You could try it on one first to see. If you can make your own Royal Icing it would probably work best, it hardens up really well.
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|09-16-2007, 05:29 PM||#764|
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|09-16-2007, 06:42 PM||#765|
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These sound yummy. there goes the diet!!!
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