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Article: Holiday Traditions — CookieFest!
grahilju Conshohocken, PA Hi, Marna ~ Please share recipe for these adorable snowmen Frosty's my personal favorite at Christmas time.!!!! Thank you for the great article; lots of good memories for my family of bakers. Judie
Mrs_Ed Whiteside County, IL (Zone 5a) Hi Judie,
All my recipes are located on my blog: http://davesgarden.com/tools/blog/index.php?tabid=10779
They are in alphabetical order, you will be looking for "Peanut Butter Snowmen"
Acemoose Arlington, VA WOW what yummy cookies!!! Need recipes -- am about to have a Hypoglycemia atttack unless I can find that blog-- I clicked on the link you put in the brackets (altho i realize it's an email address) and got "Access Denied".
Where can I find the blog?
Mrs_Ed Whiteside County, IL (Zone 5a) I've heard that no one can get into that blog. It's odd. You can try to navigate there yourself from my profile page, but until then, here is the snowmen recipe:
Peanut Butter Snowmen
1/2 cup butter
1/2 cup peanut butter (crunchy or creamy)
1 cup confectioners' sugar
1 cup graham cracker crumbs
Roll mixture into balls (small ball for head, larger for body). Place a small ball on top of a large ball and chill.
Melt White Almond bark in Microwave, as directed. Dip snowmen centers in almond bark and place on waxed paper. When dry, decorate.
In small bowl, melt small amount of red candy coating wafers as directed in Microwave. Dip snowmen heads in red chocolate and pull straight up to make the peak of the Santa hat.
FACE and ARMS:
With chocolate candy coating (preferred because it is thinner thanchocolate chips) and a tooth pick, place dots for eyes and mouth. Paint" on the arms.
sallyg Anne Arundel,, MD (Zone 7a) Yes, it worked for me to click on Mrs Ed' username here and then go to diary. (not the blog link above)
Fantastic. Thanks for all the recipes.
Mrs_Ed Whiteside County, IL (Zone 5a) Also, I got the correct link this time:
Acemoose Arlington, VA Thanks, Mrs._Ed and sallyg !!!
Mrs_Ed Whiteside County, IL (Zone 5a) Hey all,
I found a picture of the Easter bunnies that I made with this same recipe. The ears are dipped, dried craisins.
Click the image for an enlarged view.
sallyg Anne Arundel,, MD (Zone 7a) Cute as heck!
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