New Year Cookies

New Year Cookies created by queenbeatrice

These are the ones that you use the chow mein noodles. If not the same, similar.

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ingredients

  • 6 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 6 ounces butterscotch chips
  • 7 ounces unsalted peanuts
  • 3 12 ounces chinese noodles

directions

  • Melt chips slowly in microwave, stirring frequently.
  • Add peanuts and noodles.
  • Drop bite-size pieces onto waxed paper and refrigerate.
  • Serve when hard.
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"These are the ones that you use the chow mein noodles. If not the same, similar."

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  1. queenbeatrice
    I followed this recipe as listed with milk chocolate chips which made for very tasty results. This is a great recipe for a begginer cook! Thanks for sharing your lovely recipe.<br/>Made for Kittencals Forum 24 DAYS OF COOKIES Tag game.
  2. queenbeatrice
    New Year Cookies Created by queenbeatrice
  3. katew
    New Year Cookies Created by katew
  4. katew
    Easy to do and addictive to boot - I made these to take away but am fearful they will never make it out of the house !! I cannot get butterscotch chips here so used all dark choc. I divided the mixture and put some diced pink marshmallows in one half.Made for Holiday Tag.
  5. Christine72273
    Made these yesterday with the kids. Very easy and very yummy too!
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