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Butter Dips

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1hr 25mins
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  • Heat oven to 450.
  • Melt butter in oven oblong 13 x 9 1/2 x 3 inch pan.
  • Remove when butter is melted.
  • Sift dry ingredients into bowl.
  • Add milk.
  • Stir slowly with a fork until dough just clings together.
  • Knead lightly about 10 times.
  • Roll out 1/2 inch thick into rectangular 12 x 8 inch pan.
  • Cut in half lengthwise, then crosswise into 16 strips.
  • Dip each strip on both sides in melted butter.
  • Place close together in two rows.
  • Bake 15-20 minutes until golden brown.
  • Serve piping hot.
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  1. dogsandwoods
    This recipe is in my 1956 Betty Crocker Cookbook. They list the following variations: Cheese: add 1/2 c grated sharp cheese to the dry ingredients; Garlic: Add 1/2 clove finely minced garlic to the butter before melting; and Cinnamon: Sprinkle mixture of 2 T sugar and 1/2 tsp cinnamon over dips before baking (as Dianag #2 does).
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  2. Dianag 2
    I've been making these for years and years BUT I always spinkle the tops with 2 Tbsp. sugar/1/2 tsp. cinnamon before baking. I can't imagine eating them any other way. Yummy!!
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  3. theresa.kearns
    These are the most awesome things you could ever eat in your life. I have been making them for over 30 years. My grandmother made them all the time. They are just as good cold the next day with jelly on them (but I doubt you'll have any left over). They are that good. Quick and easy to make.
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