I got this recipe from my mother and my favorite cookbook, Betty Crocker's Cookbook. These beautiful cookies are always a hit at parties because they look like little bonbons. These cookies are great to make for children, and it's easy to let them help out.
This recipe makes wonderful spoons to use in stirring your cup of tea and you can use any flavor candy you choose. These make fantastic gifts and are so easy to make! I found the recipe on another site and I'm posting it here to make sure I don't lose it. The yield will depend on the size of your spoons and how much candy you fill the spoon bowls with.
I found this recipe in a book called "THE BEST OF COUNTRY COOKING" published by "Taste of Home". I needed something quick to whip up for a get together with friends. Quick prep the day before and quick prep the day of the get together. They were a hit; none left to be seen! (prep time does not included 24 hour refrigeration.)
Between the teachings of my Grandmother, an Aunt, my Mother and several restaurants I
learned a lot about serviette/ napkin folding.. Works well with cloth napkins, or larger paper ones. I have included step-by-step photographs to illustrate/suppliment the written directions. For neater presentation use ironed napkins for this fold. This serviette is excellent for really special occasions becuase it's big and you can do a lot of dressing up with it.
My kids love to have their friends over and make this great holiday snack. We even doubled it and sold it at school for the Science Camp fund raiser bake sale. Needless to say, sold out! COOKS NOTE: Great to package and give out as Christmas gifts.
NOTE: this is an adopted recipe and I give full credit to the previous Zaar owner for it's success, I hope it is a recipe that will raise lots of cash for good causes on bake sale tables, everywhere it is made :)
Thanks for a keeper!
Make your own party tray! Why pay $30+ dollars for a party tray when you can make your own for $10-15 at home. My commissary deli had a flyer posted with this recipe on it. Please see my diagram on arranging if you are unsure how to display it. Serving size is based on 1-1/2 ounces of cheese and 4 ounces of meat each. Serving idea: Use a vegetable dip and short bread sticks as accompaniment for the party tray. (Recipe is courtesy of Butterball, Armour, Eckrich, County Line, Healthy Choice and Margherita).
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