I would like a recipe for cherry mash candy using the canned cherry frosting.
jkv from Missouri
Type in cherry mash candy into Google search.
There are several recipes for Cherry Mash candy on cooks.com. I personally don't have one that is of the variety you are looking for. I would suggest that web site and if they don't have it that you keep searching the internet for it. It's bound to turn up sooner or later. Good luck!
Found the recipe here: http://www.recipesource.com/desserts/candy/cherry-mash1.html
1 cn Borden's sweetened milk
2 lb Powdered sugar
2 pk Cherry creamy frosting
1 pk Maraschino cherries
1/2 cup Margarine, room temperature
2 tsp Vanilla
2 pk Chocolate almond bark
1 cup Crushed unsalted peanuts
Mix all filling ingredients together. Grease hands with butter, form into small balls and refrigerate over night.
Melt almond bark in double boiler, dip cherry balls in almond bark and roll in crushed peanuts.
Place on wax paper and refrigerate over night.
Cherry Mash Candy
1 box vanilla frosting mix
1 can Eagle Brand milk
2 sticks oleo, softened
2 tsp. cherry flavoring
2 lbs powdered sugar
10 oz maraschino cherries
24 oz. chocolate chips
1 LB. raw peanuts
2-3 squares almond bark
Drain juice from cherries and chop fine, mix first 6 ingredients
together, it may take more powdered sugar to make the balls. Chill and
roll into balls. Put on waxed paper and freeze.
Melt 24 oz. chocolate chips, 1 lb. chopped peanuts and 2-3 squares
almond bark. Dip frozen balls into chocolate mixture. Put back on waxed
paper and let set out and dry.
Many of the recipes for cherry mash candy that actually have the chopped maraschino cherries call for dry frosting mix. I'd like to know where one buys dry frosting mix anymore. All I see in my stores is the frosting in the tubs.
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