Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Blog Candy and Recipe's To Christmas 2010 comes to an End with Recipe #20 Coconut Lovers Chocolate Balls

Coconut Lovers Chocolate Balls

Close up (YUMMY)

Great for gift giving

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Ingredients for Coconut Lovers Chocolate Balls

Melt butter/margarine

Mix all ingredients except chocolate

roll into balls this is the easiest way
Cooper took the pic.....pretty good for a four year old

Rolled coconut ball put into refrigerator for at least 2 hours

Melt the chocolate

dip the coconut balls into the chocolate
Proof they are good Dusty LOVES them!!

Hello and welcome to the end of the Recipe's to Christmas 2010.
It has been a fun filled sweet journey filled with favorites and traditional recipes.
My family and friends have certainly enjoyed the sweet tasty ride of delectable goodies, and yet some will still be filled with these wonderful pleasing delights as they receive them in the mail as gifts.
The entertaining I have been able to bring to my blog has made my holiday time even better, I was able to bring the art of cooking and sharing to you and feed my need to create.

I have enjoyed the emails and questions I have had along the way and just knowing others around the world were able to make these scrumptious recipes and sharing the ideas with me made me as happy as HAPPY can be!!


I wanted to give you a little something in return some

Yep you heard me right
this wonderful book by the
Taste of Home
623 irresistible delights!
Perfect to add to your recipe collections.
The two cute spatulas are an added Bonus
they are too too cute.
I will ship anywhere so no worries!!
Please post on your blog to let others know
and/or Facebook and/or Twitter.
Leave a comment just to let me know which recipe is your favorite or you made or would like to make.

Here is the list of all  the recipes in case you missed any........
Recipe #1
Recipe #3
Recipe #4
Recipe #5
Recipe #6
Recipe #7
Recipe #8
Recipe #9
Recipe #10
Recipe #11
Recipe #12
Recipe #13
Recipe #14
Recipe #15
Recipe #16
Recipe #17
Recipe #18
Recipe #19
Recipe #20
You are Here!

Thank you for all your support through out the year!!!

I will be taking a few days off mostly but if I can squeeze a little time in I will!!!
I will be leaving comments as much as I can!!!
Cyber Hugs,
Dawn Gallop

Monday, December 20, 2010

Recipe #19 Cannoli




Greased Pizzelle Press

Mix all ingredients together

Mix well

use a tablespoon and spoon onto greased iron

Once cooked use  a cylinder to roll the pizzelle

Ingredients for the filling

Mix until sugar dissolves

Use either a pastry bag or sandwich bag fill and squeeze into cannoli

Hello all well after yesterdays post the pizzelles, well now cannoli's!!! The girls at the scrapbook store call them Italian crack, lol! There is an authentic Italian pizza restaurant like two doors down from All About Scrapbook's store.  Everyone orders them and they are amazing! Whenever I have classes hubby orders one, and it is the biggest highlight of the night, that and his Stromboli. I sent these out to the job site, and to my neighbor!! They were a  big hit! Easy peasy too!!

Recipe #19 and only a few more days to go!! Are you about ready for Christmas?? Well I have just a few more gifts to get and then I will be about is ready as I can get! I will have just a bit more cooking to do too. I will be mailing out Crystal's package to Korea...yeah I know late but it just takes time...the only days I have even got to go shopping are the last two Sunday's so yesterday was Crystals day. We went to the mall for the first time this holiday season..and it was not as bad as I thought it might be.  We were able to shop for everything we wanted too.

1/2 cup of sugar
2 eggs
1/4 cup of butter/margarine
1/4 cup of vegetable oil
1/4 tsp. of baking soda
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 Tablespoon of white vinegar
3 Tablespoons of water
1 1/2 cup of flour
Mix all ingredients together, bake the pizzelles on the greased pizzelle iron then immediately wrap around the cylinder to shape. Fill with the filling and dust with powdered sugar.
2 cups ricotta cheese
1 cup of powdered sugar
1 tsp. of vanilla
1/4 cup of mini chocolate morsels
Fold together and fill the pizzelles to make the cannoli's!!
All done and YUMMY!!!

Check back for the next recipe! Blog candy too!!
Have a Beautiful Day! Cyber Hugs, Dawn Gallop

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