These look so good!!!I just saw this recipe below. I don't know if someone else already posted it. It is a variation on the Oreo truffle balls so I thought it would be appropriate to include here.
Thank you very much for sending the recipes!blestmom said:I have a bunch of PM's with email addresses...and I will get them out tonight. I'm going to be gone for the day (assuming my car starts... it's -25 right now!) but I will hopefully have time to send them all out when I get home.
Just didn't want anything thinking I was ignoring them.
It is! I have it as a Word Document or a .PDF file. Just sent me a PM with your email address, and which form you'd like it sent it.I know it's been a year, but is the doc still available to be sent out?
Imzadi, these look awesome, I am going to hide these recipe's for next year. We just moved so no way I can do them now. How are you?Time to dust off this thread again!
I just found another super easy recipe using Reese's peanut butter cups:
Surprise Reeses Bottom Cheesecakes!
Here is the recipe for it. Basically use JELLO instant NO-Bake Cheesecake Mix or make your own no-bake Cheesecake recipe. This one is an easy one here:
Spoon on top of Reeses Peanut Butter Cups placed in the bottom of paper liners, in a cupcake pan.
Sprinkle mini Chocolate Chips and crushed Graham Cracker Crumbs on top.
Here is the recipe link:
Hi everyone - my name is Penny and I am making a cookbook for a GKTW fundraiser next weekend. My Kid-Friendly & Appetizer sections were a little light. I knew I had found some recipes on the boards a few years ago and copied them. I was going to use them in the cookbook and identify them this way
Submitted by DIS Members to the Quick & Easy Christmas Treats Thread.
Hoping this is ok as I am trying to finish the cook book this weekend so I can print it on Monday. trying to find the person who first contributed each recipe would probably take a few days. hoping this is ok with everyone. Thanks, Penny