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This is the recipe I make every year for Christmas breakfast. I make my frosting a little thinner, like glaze, and sprinkle with slivered almonds while still wet. It is yummy, and always disappears quickly.
I had lost my recipe and have been searching for a long time. This is it! Thanks, chef 1203228
I was just going to post my mom's recipe and here it is already! The only difference is that after she frosts it she sprinkles it with chopped walnuts and dots it with maraschino cherries. It is so good! Thanks for posting!
This recipe is nearly the same as we have used in my family for years. We just make a little more icing than is called for here. We also usually sprinkle with sliced or slivered almonds after the glaze is applied. Delicious!
This is my mil's standby for every event that requires food. I am glad to know it is on here so that I will never lose it. I just made it tonight for a meeting tomorrow. I add sliced almonds on top of the icing. Yummy recipe!
This is the same recipe that my family has been using for years! My great-grandmother used to make this! I sprinkle slivered almonds or candy sprinkles onto these!
This is a family favorite in my family too, thanks for posting! I lost my recipe and though my mom read me hers over the phone she forgot to add that the filling/topping needs to be cooked into a ball, that's a very important step or the filling/topping will be runny. I also like to add a sprinkling of sliced almonds. You could also add Maraschino cherries (if you like them!).
My fiance's mother always used to make this for them as kids growing up. I found this one on this site and he told me that its even better then his mother's recipe! (Don't tell her that though =) ) Thank you for posting this. Very easy recipe!
This is so good. A friend served this just last week at a small party. My sister has also made this and gave me the recipe which I have not made, but plan to. The recipe is the exact amounts as this one. Lovely for an afternoon coffee party.