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    I got this recipe last year from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. It is by John Kessler and by far the best toffee I've tried to make. (And I have tried others from the site!) I made this for Christmas gifts and people just loved it! For best results, use quality ingrediants such as Plugra butter and Ghirardelli chocolate. The original recipe calls for bittersweet chocolate, but I prefer milk chocolate. Just a matter of preference. Also, if you use roasted almonds instead of raw, they may overcook!

    Recipe #106417

    This is a great finger food recipe for the little ones. I have had a problem getting my little guy to eat protein and this is the first recipe that he has willingly fed himself. Although the recipe calls for two chicken breasts, I took a shortcut and used ground turkey - it was still delicious! I also omitted the stock cube (too much salt!) and used italian bread crumbs instead. This recipe is much, much easier with a food processor to get finely chopped ingredients that will incorporate nicely into these meatballs. Also, although this recipe says it makes 20 balls, I made mine much smaller and got closer to 4 dozen. (But then again, I used an entire package of turkey, not just two chicken breasts.)

    Recipe #403797

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