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very easy, very good...excellent for gifts
Made the amaretto for Christmas gifts. I used a morter and pestle to grind up the creamer after adding the extract (it lumped). Ground it into a fine powder and put it into old Coffee Mate creamer containers with Christmasy lables (I'll try and post a picture of 'em). Went over huge! These will be apart of my Christmas goody baskets from now on. Thanks!
I made these as part of a Christmas basket. Let me tell you, nothing makes your husband happier than for the owner of the company to continually rave about how good your Christmas baset was. They were the highlight of the basket. I had to put them in a blender, which worked just great, packaged in small canning jars with a raffia bow wrapped around the lid and a little hand-made tag. Also, I used the store brand creamers, so you don't have to spend a lot to get a lot of pay-off! Thanks for sharing!
WOW!!!! Thank you-I've just found my next Christmas gift idea!!!! I'm an Amaretto fan,but I'm gonna make both-I'm excited-So glad you posted this!!!!
Hi Mirj~ I made your Bavarian Mint-easy, tasty and cost's a fraction of flavored creamers in the store. Thanks for posting. These will be going in the coffee gift baskets this Christmas! Di
Wonderful, and what a money saver!! Yeah, I'm cheap. I made both even though, I was more interested in the Amaretto. Both very good but Amaretto is my fav! I should make as a gift, I just can't part with it:)
Delicious! I just made both flavours to give as a gift with a pound of coffee beans. I kept some for myself as I just couldn't part with it all! Thanks :}
Made the Bavarian Mint (-minus mint as I did not have any). It was great withthe cocoa! made the coffee flavored like a mocha. I cannot wait until summer to make cold cafe mocha lattes with this. Great recipe nd a great money saver too.
Fantastic. Super easy and inexpensive. I just whipped up the amaretto flavor. Used unrefined sugar instead of the white stuff, and it worked great. Thanks for another yummy recipe!