Yield: 1 Servings
|4 pounds||Powdered sugar|
|1 can||Sweetened Condensed milk|
|\N \N||Chocolate Almond Bark|
|\N \N||White Almond Bark|
|\N \N||*Flavors of choice|
|\N \N||Nuts if desired|
|\N \N||Peanut Butter|
|\N \N||Coconut flakes|
Mix together butter and milek, add sugar until it is a thin mixture ( approx 2 lbs of sugar) Divide into bowls for different flavors and or nuts.
Add 1 tsp of flavoring per bowl, it is best if you can use the powdered flavorings since they don't thin the mixture more. Now you can add coconut, peanut butter, nuts etc to each bowl for different types of finished candy, knead the 'dough' in powdered sugar until it is firm. Made small balls from the 'dough'. Melt almond bark in a double boiler, or in the microwave being careful not to boil or scorch it. Allow the bark to cool some so that it thickens slightly, then useing a candy dipper, drop the balls into the bark, coating them well, remove and place on waxed paper lined cookie sheets. If you play with it you can make a little swirl on top of each candy. The peanut butter with chocolate is better than a reeses cup.
Recipe By : Jo Ellen Harris File