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    Default STICKY PLEASE - Christmas Recipe Exchange

    Can some sticky this for me

    In this thread we can just post our favourite Christmas baking recipes to share them. I make the same things every year, so it'll be nice to see what other people make



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    Peanut Butter Marshmellow Squares

    1 cup peanut butter
    1/2 cup butter
    12 oz of chocolate chips
    (OR 6 oz of chocolate chips and 6 oz of butterscotch chips)
    3 cups of multi coloured mini marshmellows

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    *melt butter, peanut butter and chocolate (butterscotch) chips in pot. Once melted remove from heat and add 3 cups of marshmellows and stir/mix in.
    *press into pan and refridgerate for a few hours or until solid and not soft
    *cut into squares before freezing

    (these squares can be frozen for quite awhile before Christmas)
    (I make mine sometimes more than a month or so in advance and freeze)

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    Chocolate Macaroons

    2 cups white sugar
    6 tblsp cocoa
    1/2 cup butter
    1/2 cup coconut
    3 cups oats
    1/2 cup milk
    1/2 tsp vanilla

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    *Combine sugar, cocoa, butter & milk into a pot and bring to boil. Boil for a minute and remove from heat.
    *Add vanilla, coconut and oats, stir well until all is mixed well
    *Drop by tsp on wax paper and chill in fridge until solid

    (can be frozen for quite a while)
    (I make mine and freeze them somtimes a few months before christmas)

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    Bumping so it can be seen and hopefully be stickied!

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    Hey, does anyone have a recipe for peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate? YUMMY Those are so good!


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    Great Idea!!!! I can't wait to steal some of these wonderful recipes.

    STICKY PLEASE!!

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    Amanda, my boss' wife makes these unbelievable peanut butter balls in chocolate. They are called Buckeyes. The recipe is at home so I will post it later.

    I have tons of recipes I could share, I just need to get my energy to dig them out and type them up!

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    OMG, I totally forgot about getting the PB balls recipe! I'll try and remember tonight!

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    Great idea!!!

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    Here are a couple of recipes that my mom always makes on Christmas morning and now I'm continuing that tradition. You can make them the night before and just pop them in the oven in the morning.

    EASY CINNAMON RING (Sticky Buns)

    1 pkg frozen dinner rolls (they are yeast rolls so they will rise and they come in bags…they are in the freezer section of your grocer)
    1 pkg NOT instant vanilla pudding (3 oz)
    1 tablespoon cinnamon (I usually put a little more than that)
    1 cup chopped pecans
    1 cup brown sugar
    1 stick melted butter or margarine

    Mix dry ingredients together (including nuts). Place ½ of this mixture in a well-greased angel food or bundt pan. Melt margarine and drizzle 1/3 of it over the dry mixture. Place frozen rolls on top of this mixture and sprinkle the rest of the dry mixture on top of rolls. Pour remaining melted butter on top and cover with a towel. Let it set on your counter over night. The rolls will rise and be puffy.

    Bake at 325 for 30 minutes.

    *NOTE* Someone suggested I try butterscotch non-instant pudding instead of vanilla because it gives the rolls a more caramel taste.


    EGG CASSEROLE

    6 eggs
    2 cups milk
    1 pound Bob Evans Mild Sausage
    4 pieces of Bread (tear them up)
    2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
    Little green onion (optional)
    Small can of mushrooms (optional)

    Use 10x13 baking dish

    Fry sausage & drain. Beat eggs with milk and layer in baking dish as follows:

    Bread-Sausage-Cheese-Eggs/Milk-Onion-Mushroom
    Can put in refrigerator over night.

    Bake at 350 for 30 minutes

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