These are wonderful, quick cookies. It is one of the first things I learned to "cook." You can add more or less oats (3 cups work best for me). I have found that the weather makes a difference on the consistency. It is very important not to boil them for longer than a minute.
This is the most *fantastic* cookie, the oil and butter produces a wonderful texture and taste, chocolate chips may be added along with the butterscotch chips if desired, the Skor toffee bits are only optional but I like to add them in ;-)
Great for breakfasts, chilly nights, "I don't feel so good" days, and just when you want to relax! Sometimes I like to mix this half and half with coffee. Other times I like to let it cool down and pop it in the blender with some ice cream and make a milkshake! Hot chocolate isn't just for snow-days, you know! ;)
A cross between a cookie and a candy, these are rich, easy and impressive. Dark chocolate balls similar to truffles drizzled with white chocolate, perfect for a shower or holiday tray when served in mini muffin cups. From Pillsbury Bake-Off, this recipe paid Mary Anne Tyndall $50,000 in 1994.
This is my grandmother's recipe for a delicious hot punch for the holidays, which she always called tea. I always make this for holiday parties, and the aroma is wonderful. To make it even more festive, you can float orange rings in the punch.
A wonderful appetizer - always highly requested at our parties! From a Betty Crocker Appetizer recipe book - January 2004. I use store-bought meatballs.
Meatballs will hold on Low Heat setting for about 2 hours.
Hint- Trader Joe's makes a great cranberry-orange sauce, but only at the holidays. To make this recipe at other times, I just create a sauce with canned cranberries and about a 1/4 cup OJ. Enjoy! We sure do!
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