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Mimosa & White Russian Drinks

Mimosa is a delicious cocktail made with orange juice, champagne and a cherry for a special touch. This is a very easy cocktail to make for New Years Eve. To see my recipe click HERE. Why is a White Russian my #1 favorite cocktail to drink? Because it is made with Kahlua which is a rum and coffee liqueur. I can’t […]

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Did You Know – Powdered Sugar

Do you know what it means, and the difference, between 6-X and 10-X on Powdered Sugar bags? The “X” designations are derived from the mesh sizes of the screens used to separate powdered sugar into various sizes. Thus, 6X would have a larger particle size, whereas 10X would have a smaller particle size. The larger the number the finer the powdered […]

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Did You Know – Butter vs Margarine

When you bake your holiday cookies, do you use butter or margarine? I never use margarine because butter adds so much flavor and gives me better results, in my opinion. According to Taste of Homes: Butter will keep in the refrigerator for 1-3 months before the quality goes down. Margarine will last 3-4 months, unopened, before the quality goes down. […]

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Peanut Butter & Chocolate Buckeyes

Buckeyes are peanut butter, butter and powdered sugar rolled into a ball then dipped into melted chocolate chips, no baking required. To see my step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE. Bernadette, a wonderful friend at NewClassicRecipe.com, asked if I would participate in a Christmas traditions post, of course I said yes. Click her link […]

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Christmas Pretzel Hugs & Melted Snowmen

Waffle pretzels, Hugs Kisses and M & M’s, who doesn’t love sweet and salty! For step by step directions with pictures click HERE. White chocolate melted and topped with edible parts of a snowman, these were really fun to make. For directions with pictures and what I used to make these cuties, click HERE. http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

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