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    Ok I went crazy with the almond bark ...shhhh don't tell my hubby hahaha.

    I made the oreo balls and the buckeyes and still have 5 blocks left any ideas? I made six batches of oreos and double the buckeyes so im good to go with the balls now I got to get rid of the rest who has some great ideas?

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    You could melt it down and add crushed peppermint to it. when it hardens crack into pieces.
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    Oh now thats an idea! Thanks! I will try one of these. Thanks so much for the great idea.

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    You can make chocolate covered nuts to go with all the balls....tee hee hee, or you can make chocolate covered pretzles and send them to me.

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    Chocolate Covered Pretzels Also!! Yum Yum
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    Muzette, Get Out Of My Brain!!! Lol
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    Oh now that's an ideeeeeear! peanuts! oh that sounds yummie! Ok here goes the weight holiday gain!

    Pretzels actually i ate so many of them when I was young ...well...you know ...made me sick so bad I can not bring myself to make them now..wheew the good ole days huh? But thanks for the idea < wink, wink>

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    This sounds great and you could use your chocolate almond bark instead!!

    Carol's Candy Bark Recipe #99751
    Easy and delicious. Fun to give as holiday gifts wrapped in fancy plastic wrap tied with a bow. Use the novelty color m & m's for the holidays.
    by MA HIKER
    1 pound
    20 min 15 min prep
    1 lb white chocolate (disks)
    1 cup small pretzels
    1 cup M&Ms plain chocolate candies

    Line a 11 by 17 jelly roll pan with foil, lightly spray with cooking oil.
    Put the chocolate disks in a large microwave safe bowl.
    Microwave for one minute and stir.
    Microwave for 30 more seconds and stir.
    Continue to microwave for 30 second intervals, stirring after each until chocolate is just melted.
    Gently stir in the mini pretzels until well mixed.
    Add the m& m candies and stir gently and quickly (you do not want them to melt when you are stirring them!).
    Pour the candy mix onto the foil lined pan, using a spatula to spread to a thin layer.
    Let cool completely.
    Break into chunks of bar and enjoy!
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    peppermint bark is a good one, I also do pretzel bark (just crush up the pretzels, mix with the chocolate, spread in the pan andwait for it to dry).
    How about dried apricots? they are always good.
    also a biggy in my fam is Raisons and nuts, Cashew clusters, carmel clusters, mix some coconut up with some clocolate and make mounds, place an almond in the center for almond joys. the list is endless...just look in your pantry thats what I do!

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    Speaking of almond bark, how long does it stay fresh (unopened) in the pantry?

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