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Marshmallow Flower Petals

With kitchen scissors, cut pastel marshmallows in half. Dip each cut side in colored sugar. Arrange marshmallow petals on cupcakes, forming flowers.

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Marshmallow Pops

As your chocolate starts to cool, it may be easier to spoon over the marshmallows.

Easily coordinate these treats for any holiday party or get-together by changing the color of your…

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Marshmallow snowmen hats

To easily form hats, place a chocolate-dipped marshmallow in the center of each chocolate circle (as the recipe directs). Let them stand until the chocolate is set.

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maui-inspired turkey breast roll

Overlap the flattened turkey breasts. Rub butter, minced garlic and sage over the turkey. Top with prepared stuffing.

Roll up the turkey jelly-roll style, starting at the short side and…

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Measuring Bakeware

To measure your bakeware's diameter, length or width, use a ruler and measure from one inside top edge. To measure the height, place a ruler on the outside of the dish and measure from the bottom…

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Measuring Bulk Dry Ingredients

Spoon bulk dry ingredients such as cranberries, raisins or chocolate chips into the measuring cup. If necessary, level with a spatula or flat side of a knife.

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Measuring Dry Ingredients

For dry ingredients such as flour, sugar or cornmeal, spoon ingredients into a dry measuring cup over a canister or waxed paper. Fill cup to overflowing, then level by sweeping a metal spatula or…

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Measuring Liquid

Place a liquid measuring cup on a level surface. For a traditional liquid measuring cup, view the amount at eye level to be sure of an accurate measure. Do not lift cup to check the level. Some…

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Measuring Shortening

Press shortening into a dry measuring cup with a spatula to make sure it is solidly packed without air pockets. With a metal spatula or flat side of a knife, level with the rim. Shortenings come…

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Measuring Sour Cream and Yogurt

Spoon sour cream and yogurt into a dry measuring cup, then level top by sweeping a metal spatula or flat side of a knife across the top of the cup.

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