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sugar, and sour cream, bring to a
boil, cook to soft boil stage.
Cool to lukewarm (set in a bowl
of ice and stir constantly to cool
quickly). Stir in vanilla. Stir in
walnuts until all are covered then
turn out to prepared pan and sepa
rate the nuts. Cool and eat. Great
Sweet Potato Recipes
DOUBLE ROCKY ROAD
12-ounce package butterscotch
4 tablespoons butter, divided
1 package miniature
2 cups chopped walnuts
12-ounce package chocolate
Butter a 9x13-inch pan and set
In a double boiler, combine but
terscotch chips and 2 tablespoons
butter. Melt over hot water, not
boiling water. Spread in the bot
tom of prepared pan. Mix marsh
mallows and nuts. Spread over the
top of butterscotch and press
Melt chocolate chips and 2
tablespoons butter and pour over
marshmallows, nuts, and smooth
top with spatula. Refrigerate until
firm. Cut into desired portions.
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, October 17, 1998-B3
Energy and enthusiasm spill from Royell Bashore as she bounces
around the kitchen.
The five-year-old is Lebanon County’s LiT Miss, who helps the
dairy princess with milk promotion.
“Do you want to hear my Milk Song?” she asks,
t Without skipping a beat, she launches into the song to the tune of
“Row, Row, Row Your Boat”
“Drink, Drink, Drink your milk. It will really make you gleam. Real
dairy, dairy products are life’s dream.”
So take Royell’s advice—drink your mouth. And try this recipe—
one of Royell’s favorites using real dairy products, of course.
For more about Royell and her family, turn to page 810.
1 cup flour
'A cup butter, melted
Mix well, press into 9x13-inch pan or smaller. Bake at 350 degrees
for IS minutes. Cool.
8-ounces cream cheese
1 cup whipped cream
1 cup powdered sugar
Beat until fluffy. Spread on first layer.
2 small packages pudding (any flavor)
Mix as directed. Spread on second layer.
Top with 1A cups whipped cream
Chill at least four hours.
Optional; Sprinkle with nuts, chocolate chips, maraschino cherries,
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