Traditional christmas mice recipe
Traditional Christmas Mice recipe
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- 1 cup icing sugar
- 1 cup peanut butter
- 1 Tablespoon butter
- 1 cup finely chopped walnuts
- 1 cup finely chopped dates
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
A strange name for a chocolate treat that tastes great. Grandma Glasgow prepared these treats for her 4 children. She lived well into her nineties and always had a love for chocolate. This trait has been passed on to her grandchildren—Randy especially. Randy’s mom, Jean, always prepared these for her 5 children in her Christmas tray. Let these treats become a part of your special Christmas memories.
Mix and squeeze in little rolls. Stand and freeze overnight on greased cookie sheets.
Coating: Melt 1/2 pound (omit 2 squares) semi-sweet chocolate and 1 square bitter or unsweetened chocolate together with 1/3 slab of paraffin wax in double boiler. (Use just a small amount or chocolate will have a waxy taste). Dip rolls in mixture and place on cookie sheet and freeze. Add two peanut halves to resemble ears. (optional: or add a small piece of licorice for tail.
Cooking tips:Use large sewing needle to insert roll into chocolate mixture.
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