Mix 1 block softened cream cheese, 1/2 cup sugar, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1/2 a bag of Heath toffee bits and 1 tsp vanilla. Slice green and red apples (green is better with this but I put in a little red to make it more "Christmassy") and dip in cream cheese mixture.
Submitted by Shelley Reeves of Jackson. If you have a quick and easy recipe to share, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. You'll get a cookbook if we use your recipe.
Tammy Hollingsworth of Waynesboro correctly guessed that it is Rubbermaid Take-Alongs disposable food containers. Publix has them through Tuesday (12/10) for $2.99 for a pack of two. Use the printable $1 off two coupon to get them for $2.49 plus tax.
Posted by John Bryant at 7:53 AM
1 (8 oz.) Can Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
1 (8 oz.) Round Brie
1 egg (beaten)
Heat oven to 350. Unroll and spread crescent roll dough onto baking sheet. Place cheese on center of dough. and press holes in Brie using end of wooden spoon or something similar. Add a few drops of hot sauce in each hole. Gently fold dough evenly on top and around Brie, pressing to seal. Brush with beaten egg. Bake at 20 – 25 minutes or until golden brown. Serve warm with crackers or chips.
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Shannon Holley of Ridge Spring correctly guessed that it is Domino Sugar (4 lb. bag). Walgreens has it on sale through Saturday with your Balance Rewards Card and the coupon from this week's ad (found in store) for $1.99. Use the printable $.50 coupon to get it for $1.49.
Posted by John Bryant at 7:45 AM
1 graham cracker pie shell
1 small or 1/2 of a lg frozen lemonade mix
1 bowl cool whip
1 can condensed milk (reg or fat free)
Mix all together. Pour into pie shell and freeze 30 minutes to 1 hour.
Provided by Leslie Stavely of Wrens. If you have a quick and easy recipe to share, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. You'll get a cookbook if we use your recipe.
Posted by John Bryant at 8:11 AM