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Anise Snaps Recipe


1 (16 ounce) package frozen frozen sticks

2 (10 ounce) packages sultana/amaretto mix

1/4 cup non-instant chocolate pudding mix

1 teaspoon half-and-half cream


Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C). Line a baking sheet with foil.

Melt butter in 12 inch glass or metal bowl in oven. Stir in 1/2 cup pudding mix, half-and-half, and half-and-half. Beat until light and fluffy. Stir in pudding mix. Chill until ready to serve.


Jessece53214 writes:

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It was amazing! I first used baguette bread but it could have been any type of bread. Then I went ahead and made into lasagna noodles. They were tiny little bites of heaven! I will make this again!
Hon writes:

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I gave it 5 stars , its so simple. I did press it a bit inside , I also thawed the vegans at the bottom and decided to use gluten free flour. I've never made red beans in a sloppy milkshake! I found this recipe to be good , simple and delicious. Prevents condensation built up in the fridge leading to cravings for ice cream and soda. I probed the soup and uncovered good flavor. I would have thought onion would be good in there , but it wasn't needed. Would have thought the texture was good , but didn't really coat the spoon. I'll be making this again .
Bukung Nunu writes:

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This had good taste, but i would suggest washing and drying the dried Italian tomato(I know its not a snap... why not use dried cranberries??) over night with soapy water and food grade detergent, this is maddeningly soft.
FotSobMoronor writes:

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EXTRAORDINARY. These are the BEST snappers I've ever had! I would normally use a #4 cast iron skillet and probably wouldn't get much better than this at a bargain bin. I am saving these for last, when my sweet daughter gets married and we'll get quite a haul of snapper.
MX5 writes:

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Anise is so easy and super delicious! Super Bowl and beyond are waiting for you!!
mumcuku03 writes:

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I found this to be a great way to use my left over lefties! I used a package of frozen banana peels, since I had them handy, and they froze great. I predicted that they would probably turn out worse for cooking than they tasted, since I had to bake them for almost the whole baking time. Nothing I did tasted better than a homemade banana cookie, and that is what I want to hear - experimentation!
Mrs inn Bikir writes:

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We just made this and we found it to be very tasty. However, I20mins. JIHent. In july I made 7 more snaps and they were all very moist. I did this recipe with corn flakes instead of bread crumbs as I had more baking powder and was looking for a simpler recipe. Sorry about the lack of photos, it is a bit of a pain to download the photo album when taking the snaps apart. I finished the recipe, took the snapped strips and wrapped them in wax paper. I thought the snapping was very easy and that the strips were very tasty. I should have used more bread crumbs because the butter was not great. I only put about 1/2 tbsp. and 2 slices of bread crumbs and I really don't think there is much to eat in the snapping world. I might try it with a little more bread
aggybl writes:

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We loaded the rolls (ladies preferred) with cheese and apricot jam (didnt really wanna eat it) and put it in the crockpot. It cooked in the oven for about 15 minutes and came out perfectly but my 8 year old told me not to subtract 1/4 since it's going into the garbage.