Wreath Cookies

  • 1crazydrivah Posted: 12/02/10
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    Bah Humbug! Didn't form into wreaths So I resorted to adding frosting & had to roll into balls to form a thumbprint style cookie. Would reccommend ommitting the white candy coating & green food coloring paste & substituting green chocolate melts instead so they'd hold shape more. They turned out cute but more of a confectionary & nothing like the recipe intended. Won't be adding to faves

  • Cazanofa Posted: 10/14/11
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    the shape looks delecious

  • carolinababie15 Posted: 12/23/11
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    These cookies do look like wreaths. The cookies DO take longer than 30 minutes. I let them set overnight, then pushed out small holes to make wreaths. I didn't use paste. I just used Almond Bark, Frosted Shredded Wheat, and regular food coloring and mixed. It turned out very nice. The people at my job stated it tasted like the milk of the cereal :)

  • EvainNashville Posted: 12/23/11
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    Terrible recipe. Tasted fine, but would NOT form into wreaths. I'm thinking that you should measure the mini-wheats and then crush them rather than measuring crushed mini-wheats. And even then, I would probably only use at most 2 cups (or less, you can always add more if there is too much coating.) I dumped out a bunch of the mini-wheats that weren't in the coating yet when I saw what was happening, added a bunch of icing as the other reviewer said and they were still dry and crumbly and I gave up after maybe 8 wreaths.

  • emiarmstrong Posted: 07/10/12
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    Don't know what Vanilla Candy Coating is and where is it purchased?


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