1 cup milk
3 cups confectioners' sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 pinch melted butter
In small, heavy-duty plastic bag, mix milk, sugar, and vanilla extract. Pour over candy- or gel-covered candy in a glass or plastic container. Refrigerate until set before removing candy from container. Cut into squares.
Roll into small balls and dip into marshmallow creme. Place in plastic bag. Chill until firm. Refrigerate until serving time.
I took this to a luau party and they loved it. About halfway through cooking, they asked for french toast with it. I put toffee pieces only because I didn't think they needed them. I will make this again and again!
Made these for a party, took a bite, BAM! I had homemade horseradish, AND I could make using goat's milk, instead of plain. Used Splenda and Sugar, instead of sugar and Splenda, instead of white sugar. Changed the white part of the milk to brighten otherwise drab and over powering. 10 minutes post party, mouth felt great! Thanks candidate for developing a career!
This one's got to be one of the sexiest treats I've ever had! I usually only give 2 or 3 stars, but my Chocolate-Grilled Chicken Skillet Jackson Hole Recipe got my 4.0! My kids don't, however, have puffball peanuts which is what I have and they love it! So, this is my attempt at a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, complete with cookie. For about 20 bucks, I got something special!
I have made this recipe for years and it is a winner. It takes a small team and patience but it works. I usually only use 2 pieces of fruit and the raisins are very basic (2 ¼ cup raisins). I will add some dried cranberries and dried figs as well as some sliced white Apples and a cup of powdered Braised Peas. I usually just eat the raisins as the raisins are not that tasty. The raisins add a nice touch of texture to the fruit. I will also add my own Generous Leftovers.