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Pampered Chef: 4th of July

  1. jennyk


    Does anyone have any good Fourth of July dessert recipes? I have a show this week and I'd like to make something for the 4th. I only basically have the starter kit products and a few extra pieces. Thanks!
    Jun 26, 2005
  2. PampMomof3

    PampMomof3 Legend Member Gold Member

    I didn't go through these recipes to see what tools you can use, but try checking these out and see if you can use other things! Good Luck!

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    Jun 26, 2005
  3. 4th Recipe....fudge

    Last night I tried a recipe that seems pretty simple. Melt one can of chocolate frosting and one package (12 oz) chocolate chips in the microwave (approx. 8 mins.), and then pour into a container. The recipe I got said to put the mixture into a greased stone bar pan, but the stone seems to hold the heat and it took quite a while for the fudge to set. BUT, if you put the mixture into the mini muffin pan, it works wonderfully and the pieces are already separated into serving sizes. It also cools much quicker.

    I tried the recipe with butterscotch chips and pecan/coconut frosting also, but it bombed....tasteless and the oils in the coconut (I think) separated...grease everywhere!
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