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ISO: Maple Nut Goodies recipe

Last post Jul 29, 2005 12:53 AM by k368_CA . 4 replies.


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  • ISO: Maple Nut Goodies recipe
    Hey everyone!! Know those Maple Nut Goodies candies with the nuts inside a maple-flavored covering? Does anyone have a recipe for those? I'd love to have one!!!!

    Thanks!
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  • RE: ISO: Maple Nut Goodies recipe
    I don't have that one, and I am familiar with the maple nut goodies (my DH and MILs favorites), but I dont' have that recipe. The closest I can offer you is a wonderful maple nut fudge recipe that is kind of similar in taste, although not the same shape. If you want that, I will be happy to post it for you.
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  • RE: ISO: Maple Nut Goodies recipe
    let me check i might just have one.

    brb
    Kim Rodriquez
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  • RE: ISO: Maple Nut Goodies recipe
    Didnt have one but i found this one on the internet just now. Hope its helpful.

    Maple Nut Goodies
    1/2 c Butter, softened
    1/4 c Milk
    2 T Chocolate Cook and Serve Pudding, dry
    1/2 t Vanilla
    1 t Maple Flavoring
    4 c Powdered Sugar
    1 c Salted Peanuts
    Chocolate Coating:
    2 c Milk Chocolate Chips
    2 c Butterscotch Chips
    2 T Shortening

    Melt butter, milk, pudding, vanilla, and maple flavoring in a saucepan over medium heat until well blended.
    Measure powdered sugar into a mixing bowl.
    Pour maple mixture over powdered sugar and beat until well smooth and creamy.
    Fold in peanuts.
    Cover and refrigerate until easy to handle (about 2 hours).
    Roll mixture into 1 1/2 inch balls and press flat.
    Coat each patty with your favorite chocolate coating.
    Dry on wax paper overnight or until completely set.

    Chocolate Coating:
    Melt in double boiler until smooth.
    Only melt about half at a time or chocolate will start to harden while you are working with it.
    Store airtight in the refrigerator.

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  • RE: ISO: Maple Nut Goodies recipe
    Sorry,

    Heres where i found it at. Looks like they have some different ones that may be good.

    http://www.geocities.com/chocolate_paradyce/candyrecipes.html

    Kim Rodriquez
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