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    Senior Member mrsjdt's Avatar
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    They call it "reindeer food" now as "white trash" is politically incorrect!---so I was told when I took it in to work!

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    Mix candy corn with cashews or to save money, with blanched peanuts.
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    this was posted a few weeks ago and it is absolutely delicious. I made two batches, one with white chocolate and one with milk chocolate. Couldn't decide which I preferred so had to eat both !!!!!!!

    thanks to whomever sent this recipe in to us......don't know if you did us a favor or not.....couldn't stop eating it !!!


    http://www.quiltingboard.com/recipes...n-t193538.html

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    I love snack mix and often make my own...ingredients depend on my mood. I started doing this to try to eat less of the high-fat salted mixed nuts that I can just inhale. I used those, plus wheat chex, mini-pretzels, M&M's and usually at least one kind of dried fruit. WalMart carries a snack mix that I just love....it has three kind of nuts, three kinds of fruit and three kinds of chips (chocolate, white and peanut butter). It is called Indulgence, I think. Comes in a big reclosable bag.
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    This is a great treat for the season:
    Pumpkin Cream Cheese Spread

    Ingredients:
    1-8 ounce package cream cheese, softened
    cup canned pumpkin
    cup sugar
    teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
    teaspoon vanilla

    Directions:
    Combine pumpkin pie spice and sugar, stir until mixed. In a medium bowl combine softened cream cheese and remaining ingredients. Mix until all ingredients are thoroughly blended. Refrigerate until ready to serve; serve with bagels or crackers of your choice.

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    How about veggies and ranch dressing. We like the multi-colored small sweet peppers (come bagged)..they come from sunny FL...Delic.

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    I think these sound good, I haven't made them yet..but I was planning to make a batch or twoo for the holidays, they are called Cake Batter Muddy Buddies. Kinda like Puppy Chow, only made with a different twist. You can find it at www.the-girl-who-ate-everything.com. Or try this link....http://www.the-girl-who-ate-everythi...nd-snacks.html

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    take a twisted pretzel and put a rollo on top. stick in preheated oven for a minute or two. push a pecan halve on top. you have a saltly turtle. take them to family reunion and there are never any left

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    I love sliced apples this time of year with a dip of peanut butter and marshmallow cream mixed together. I don't have an exact recipe but use about half and half for the dip.

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    I do! i have a great recipie --(at home) let me know if you need it....its made with white chocolate though--not powdered sugar...
    i think the powderd sugar recipie is for muddy buddies


    Quote Originally Posted by Helen6869 View Post
    does anyone remember or know how to make "white trash?" I think it's something with chex and covered with powdered sugar. Can't remember what else. Actually you could put whatever with powdered sugar and there you go!
    Especially like strawberries and other fruit for dipping! yum!

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    How about homemade caramel corn? Pumpkin fudge? A bowl full of Tums?

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    Snakes have different varieties like almon + dates along with the milk is the best regimen for the health to grow it smoothly and betterly.Secondly energy drinks also taken in the form of shakes which also so much nutritious and energetic for the weakend health.

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    Here is a good energy drink for the times you aren't going to be driving. 4 fresh eggs and 1 cup of sugar beaten to high froth in a mixer or in a hurry you can use a blender. Add 2 cups fresh orange juice, 1 cup milk, season to taste with vanilla. adjust everything to taste. Add your favorite liquor. It's like an orange eggnog. Very healthy. Makes you feel better immediately. Good for the libido.
    Last edited by TanyaL; 10-22-2012 at 08:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TanyaL View Post
    Here is a good energy drink for the times you aren't going to be driving. 4 fresh eggs and 1 cup of sugar beaten to high froth in a mixer or in a hurry you can use a blender. Add 2 cups fresh orange juice, 1 cup milk, season to taste with vanilla. adjust everything to taste. Add your favorite liquor. It's like an orange eggnog. Very healthy. Makes you feel better immediately. Good for the libido.
    If any of those raw eggs happen to harbor salmonella bacteria, you can kiss your energy and libido goodbye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neesie View Post
    If any of those raw eggs happen to harbor salmonella bacteria, you can kiss your energy and libido goodbye.
    Amen to that! I think you can use pasteurized eggs to get around that, though. Not being a huge fan of raw eggs, I can't say for sure.
    Pat

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    This time of the year mixing salted peanuts and candy corn goes over well. Keep the mixture in the peanut jar if the meeting isn't too fancy and people can just pour a few at a time into their hand. Some people add raisins, but my crowds prefer just peanuts and candy.

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    What? no eggnog drinkers aroung here? Hey, holiday season is coming!

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    Something a little different, but addictive is 1 bag original Bugles, 1 bag small pretzels, combine in a roaster, melt half a package of almond bark and pour over, stir to coat. Let cool and break apart, then put in a bowl or bag and add M&M's. The sweet and salty is so good! I've taken to brandings, family gatherings, etc. Put a stack of small cups beside it if need be for folks to take a serving!

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    As a nurse, I cringe at at idea of of drinking raw eggs, no!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by peggyf View Post
    The other quilters usually bring sweets, so I always bring a 3 # can of cashews. Very popular, as is the sweets.
    I agree with you...cashews is a good snack, love salty snacks!
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