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Christmas Wreaths

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Ingredients

20 large marshmallows
2 tablespoons butter or margarine, cubed
Green food coloring
3 cups cornflakes
72 miniature red M&M baking bits

Instructions

Prep: In a microwave safe bowl, combine the marshmallows and butter. Microwave uncovered on high for 1 minute or until butter is melted and marshmallows are puffed. Add food coloring; mix well. Stir in cornflakes. Shape into 3" wreaths on a waxed paper lined baking sheet. Immediately press M&M's in three clusters of three for berries. Let stand until set.

Karen Cooney
Davenport




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