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Dec
10

The Ramblin’ Rose: Christmas Dishes!

     Well, well, well. I see an old baggy whore made her way on to this lovely little site. Hey, Maj! It am is SO good to you (*immitates vomitting*)!

Well kids, instead going off on some silly rant or insulting everybody, except Maj, I’ve decided to share with you kids some extra special Christmas Recipes from Mama’s Personal Cookbook (and NO, Maj, none of them have arsenic as an ingredient!).

I hope you and yours enjoy these special treats!

*No Clue Cookies1-cup light corn syrup

1-cup sugar

1-cup peanut butter (smooth of chunky)

6-cups of Corn Flakes

In saucepan, mix sugar and syrup until it comes to a boil. Add peanut butter and corn flakes. Mix well. Pour into greased 9×13 pan. Cool in refrigerator 2-4 hours. Cut into squares.

*Forgotten Cookies*2 egg whites

*¾ cup sugar

*1 cup chopped pecans

Beat egg whites until stiff, gradually adding sugar while beating. Fold in chopped pecans. Drop by teaspoon on greased cookie sheet. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Put cookies in oven; turn oven off. Leave cookies in all night.

*Granny’s Orange Bites*1 box vanilla wafers, well crumbled

*1 stick butter, melted

*1 box confectioner’s sugar

*1 small can frozen orange juice, thawed

*1 cup chopped pecans

* shredded coconut

Mix all ingredients. Do NOT dilute orange juice. Roll into small balls then roll in shredded coconut.

*Cream Cheese Bites*1 8-oz. package cream cheese, softened

*1 large box strawberry gelatin

*1 cup pecans, chopped very fine (optional)

*red colored sugar

Mix soften cream cheese and mix with gelatin and nuts. Let chill. Roll into bite size balls and then roll in red sugar. (Note: any flavor gelatin can be used: like lime for green balls. Colored sugar crystals should be available in a variety of colors in your local grocery store. Or, you may color granulated sugar with a drop of food coloring.)

Well, there ya go, kids! I hope these tasty holiday nibbles are a delight at your Christmas Party!

Until we talk again, kids!

Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah!

Mama Ashliegh Rose Carlisle

  • Zach, The Writer

    those all sound really good, Mama Ashliegh. I can’t wait to try them.