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Old 11-23-2004, 10:20 AM   #11
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good suggestion about the apples maserating in the pineapple juice, I'd have not thought of that. I also forgot about the little marshmallows. I do have marshmallow whip in jars, but, am saving it (as the good stuff) the kind I have, is from back east and I can't get it here on the west coast that I know of. These suggestions have really helped me, thank you all for joining in.

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Old 11-23-2004, 10:30 AM   #12
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Our ambrosia has only navel oranges, coconut and enough sugar (about 1 tbsp) to start the juices running. Anything else added makes it fruit salad.

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Old 11-23-2004, 10:33 AM   #13
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The marshmallow creme makes me think too much about fudge and rice krispie bars. If my daughter finds out I have it on hand, I get begged to make that.
For Halloween, I had added some red and yellow food coloring to the rice krispie bar mixture until it was nicely orange, then stirred in some candy corn. I pressed that into a pan and then did the "graveyard" thing on top of it, adding marshmallow ghost shapes as well as more candy corn and candy pumpkins. It was very well received. :)

Here is a pic of it:
Kreepie Krispie Treats

If anyone needs the recipe. you can use just about any old rice krispie bar recipe if you have one, and just add the stuff. I figure most people have that so I will wait to post if someone needs it. Just let me know. ;)

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