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The Bath County News-Outlook Thursday, December 4, 2003 -n the Ki " B-: A Grapevine Christmas Wreath For Your Front Wreaths can be decorated with a wide variety of mate- rials, limited only by your 5[tQ ClQUS i [d his EJves! ] on imaginatiOn.a color scheme. First, decide You might want to go with tradi- Christmas Party Mints or use pickle relish on the Elf Pizza  tional red/green, or you 1 (lb) pkg powdered sugar bologna sandwich (use may- Utensils  might want to use old-world 1/2 C margarine, softened onnaise to make relish Fork Christmas colors of bur- 2 T evaporated milk stick) Spoon gundy and gold. Or maybe 4 to 5 drops of peppermint Santa Shake Baking sheet you just want a mish-mosh flavoring Utensils Ingredients of bright and shiny. Few drops of desired food Blender English muffins Whatever you decide, coloring Measuring cup Pasta Sauce remember that your orna- 1. Combine all ingredi- M e a s u r i n g Pepperoni ments will be jostled every ents in a large mixing bowl. spoons Shredded pizza cheese time the door swings open, Beat at high speed until Knife Directions so you'll need to decorate well blended; then knead Inedients Cut muffin with a fork by your wreath with items that until smooth. 2 bananas poking all around the edge. can be secured tightly to 2. Shape mints in rubber 1 cup of milk t. Pull apart and put on bak- your wreath base. (I love candy molds, and place on 3 Tbsp. of ing sheet. Spread sauce on the addition of bells to a baking sheets, chocolate chips muffins. Add pepperoni and door wreath, every time I pine cones to the center of 3. Cover with a paper 1/2 Tsp. of vanilla extract cheese. Heat oven to 425 . open the door to welcome the bow, and then a few towel, and let stand Cut banana into chunks Bake for 5-7 min. or until guests the bells tinkle!) small bells hanging down % overnight to harden, and put into blender. Add brown and cheese melts. Select one or two ribbon the back of the bow. Makes: 8 1/2 to 9 dozen milk to blender. Add choco- colors to match your Now, you'll need to decide mints, late chips. Add vanilla Reindeer Treats scheme. Starting at the whether you want your extract. Blend on puree set- Utensils "top" of the wreath, weave wreath to look symmetrical Amish Sugar Cookies ting until smooth. Ruler one length of ribbon in and or assymetrical, sparse or Part One Ingredients: Knife out of a loosely wrapped full. I prefer a slightly 1 cup sugar Elf Brownies Ingredients grapevine base, or if the sparse, off-kilter look, so I 1 cup powdered sugar Utensils Celery base is tightly wound, sim- usually place the most 1 cup butter Miniature cupcake pans Peanut butter ply wrap the ribbon loosely prominent decorations at 1 1 cup oil Miniature paper cupcake Chocolate-covered raisins or around the outside. As you o'clock, with smaller decora- 2 eggs liners dried cranberries wrap, twist the ribbon and tions at 7 o'clock and/or 5 out. Mix well. (Christmas designs are Directions Part Two Ingredients: nice) Wash celery; cut celery secure to the base with a o'clock, and let the ribbon Start attaching spot of hot glue at varying do the rest. For a more sym- smaller decorations 1 tsp vanilla Small melon ba!ler into 3-inch pieces. Fill cel- spots. Secure the ends with metrical look, place your and 7 o'clock 1 tsp salt Ingredients cry with peanut butter; a spot of hot glue. If using main attraction at the your wreath. Place 1 tsp cream of tartar 1 Package brownie mix push raisins into peanut two pieces of ribbon, start twelve o'clock position on largest decorations 1 tsp baking soda 1 Can cherry pie filling butter, the second ribbon slightly your wreath. Attach it with securing them 4 Mix1/2 cUpSpartfloUrtwo well. CookingDirectionsSpray offset from the first, and wire and hot glue so that it and/or hot glue. Blend ingredients togeth- 1. Line cookie tins with wrap / twist in the opposite hides the ends of the a fuller look, keep direction, wrapped ribbon. Whenever decorations until er, then chill. Flour hands, paper and spray with cook- Make your "main attrac- you use wire to attach a happy with your then shape into balls and ing spray (brownies come tion". I like a large bow with piece, twist the ends togeth- Just about place on cookie sheet, out of paper easier) decorations attached to its er with your needlenose pli- be used to decorate Flatten with bottom of 2. Follow directions on center. For instance, ers, and then bend the ends wreath. Use things chilled glass dipped in box to mix brownie batter remove the center of a large down so that you don't have colorful, sparkle, or sugar. Sprinkle with colored 3. Fill about 3/4 full bow, glue a small cluster of sharp wire ends sticking things that please sugar. Bake at 350 until (about 1 Tbsp. of batter) edges are golden. 4. Bake at 350 for 28-30 Banana Blitzen minutes Utensils Tommy The Tomato Nose Reindeer Christmas Sandwiches 5. Remove from oven and Measuring cup Utensils immediately (right away) Measuring spoons 1/2 cup tuna salad, cheese spread, or ham two pieces. Arrange like tree Large Christmas cookie cut- use back of melon baller 4 Popsicle sticks spread top of the bread. Use egg or (the rounded side) to make Small skillet Carrot strips (can be purchased already slices for eyes Add tomato for nose a t a dent in each brownie Two large plates, one lined cut or have an adult cut them for you) bottom. Serve with crackers 6. Spoon 1 cherry into with wax paper 2 Hard-boiled egg slices or cucumber slices nt" of the brownies Ipgredients ( ase egg slicer or have adult help) (Can be made larger . LSt cooi I cup colored sprinkles ] Cherry tomat0 ............... for a crowd or a party. n,vu i  o . '  1/2 cup chocolate chips 1 Ice cream scoop ":: ...... Use 1/2 of'an egg cut Fireside Sippers 2 bananas On a plate, form the head of a reindeer top to bottom for larger Ingredients Directions by using the ice cream scoop. Make the top eyes and larger tomato Hot cocoa mix Put sprinkles on plate, a little larger than the bottom. Make for nose. Leave carrot Peppermint candy cane Heat chocolate chips in skil- antlers by cutting the carrot strips into strips : ters Inedients Bread : Peanut but- ter, jelly, and Christmas sprinkles ' OR Bologna, cheese, pickle rel- ish, and mayonnaise Make sandwiches with peanut butter and jelly, or cheese and bologna. Use cookie cutters to cut sand- wiches. Optional: Dip edges of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches into sprinkles 2 Marshmallows let, stir until melted. Cut Directions peeled bananas in half. 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