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    I've finally tried this recipe and tweaked it enough to get it reasonably close. These are the closest I've seen to my favorite rolls in places like Quincy's, Grandy's, etc. It's a nice soft squishy yeast roll, perfect with any meal. To clarify the directions since one reviewer mentioned that they had a problem with their first batch: Make sure that your machine's dough cycle includes the rising time! I thought everyone's did, but apparently not. (My own personal machine mixes up the ingredients and then there's a total rise time of a little over an hour (closer to 1.5 hours). So, if you think your ABM just mixes things up but doesn't allow for rising time, add a 2 hour (approx) rise time between steps 1 and 2. If your machine's dough cycle DOES have a built in rising time, then you're all set, and you can follow the instructions exactly, no need for extra rising time.

    Recipe #97023

    Orange spice tea, perfect for making large batches then dividing into smaller jars as gifts. Smells wonderful too!

    Recipe #99459

    After a trip to Iceland in 2003, my husband learned to love the taste of skyr, and after we got home from vacation I came up with a close approximation of it. If you've never had it, it's similar to yogurt, maybe a little thicker, and can be flavored to your liking (my husband likes to mix in a little cherry pie filling, but I prefer to add fresh sliced peaches and a light sprinkling of Splenda). This recipe is for the base only, feel free to alter as needed. The authentic skyr is hard to duplicate in a home setting as I understand it, due to the need for specialized bacteria. I think the "real deal" can be found online in places that sell cheesemaking supplies. But, I'm cheap, and this is close and the ingredients are in easy supply. Enjoy

    Recipe #98515

    This is NOT a recipe I made, but one that I've used for years and wanted to make sure I had it in a "safe" place.

    Recipe #440829

    Combine the taste of toasted coconut with colorful "M&M's" Chocolate Candies for Easter and get Yellow's favorite springtime dessert. Comes from the M&M Mars "Bright Ideas" website.

    Recipe #88188

    Found at www.recipegoldmine.com No indication of how much the recipe makes or time involved, but once I try it out I'll edit this recipe here. Here's what it said on that page: Homemade Christmas Candy Canes Posted by BettyBoop at recipegoldmine.com 11/14/2001 11:07 am Received this recipe from my sister and wanted to share it with everyone. I plan on making them for Christmas. I don't know how many candy canes this recipe will make.

    Recipe #106425


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