Haystacks

Learning To Cook For Two Haystacks

Not feeling 100% today, but I spent the afternoon in the kitchen making some sweet treats with my friend Ashley.  I’m trying to convince her to start her own baking/cooking blog because she has some master skills.  She made a really neat cookie recipe in a mason jar, but maybe I’ll leave that for her to tell when she starts writing (right, Ashley?).

I was flipping through my cookbooks this morning looking for dinner options.  I ended up deciding on a casserole that I’ll feature later night, but I wanted something small and sweet to surprise my husband.  My Grandmother’s Sunday School made a cookbook, so I used a recipe for Haystacks from there.  Although I did not follow the instructions as she wrote it (just like a grandchild, eh?), I used them as guidance.

Haystacks

Minion

Ingredients

1.  12 oz. Butterscotch Morsels

2.  12 oz. Milk Chocolate Morsels

3.  12 oz. Chow Mein Noodles

Haystack Ingredients

Directions

Combine the morsels in a large bowl and microwave for 30 seconds.  Stir.  Continue this process until your mixture is the consistency you desire.  Toss noodles into bowl.  Stir.  Drop desired size of haystacks on wax paper and refrigerate until firm.

Haystacks

Emily

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