This recipe is from the November/December 2005 edition of "Taste of Home's 'Quick Cooking'" Magazine. It is set up to be given as a gift; if you do not wish to give as one then just omit the steps that deal with putting mix and marshmallows in decorating bags and instead put in an airtight glass jar. Also cherry soft drink mix can be made optional according to your own personal taste. Enjoy!
I found this recipe in the "Taste of Home's 'Quick Cooking'" Magazine - November/December 2005 edition. I have not yet tried it for myself, but I would like to someday soon. Would be good served warm as a condiment for pork or poultry. I hope you enjoy!
This is another one of my aunt's recipes. I have also never made this one (although I would like to sometime when I get a chance). I have given an estimate for the time and the serving size. Please write a review if you like these and find something else that would taste good for a dipping sauce. I hope that you enjoy these. :)
This is my aunt's recipe. I have never made these so I am not quite sure how long they take to make, but I have provided a good rough estimate where it asks for the prep/cook time. I hope that you enjoy them! :)
This recipe (as well as the one I posted called Atole) were ones that I got in school for a celebration my Spanish class was to be having. They sound very good, and I hope that you enjoy making and drinking them:)
I saw the recipe for this dip on a TV show once. I tried it at home and it was delicious! I've taken it to parties and it's always a big hit. It's also really easy to make. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I do. :)