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    i think i threw my May's copy out and i am looking for the candy ice cream sundae...it has starbust,,,M&M"S a white bow and a candy stick,,,I can not remember the rest can anyone post a picture or post how to make it...
    thanks Dorothea
    I'm Not Bossy, I just have better ideas

  • #2
    I have the May 30th issue here and don't see that recipe in there...........any other clues?

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    • #3
      I went to the Woman's Day website and did a search. Sorry, no luck. Are you sure it was in WD magazine? Sounds like a fun thing to make. Please share if you find it.

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      • #4
        updated,,please add

        all i remember is that you take sundea cup...add starburst....then add a clear plactic add M&M"S and seal that...add a white bow for whip cream...get one of this old fashion candy sticks,,,slip that in and put a candy on top something that is red and glue it to the bow....something is missing...any idea's
        I'm Not Bossy, I just have better ideas

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        • #5
          It is the May 23 issue of Woman's World.
          Use the rim of an old-fashioned sundae glass as a pattern to cut 2 circles out of yellow card stock. Use non-toxic glue dots to fasten the centers of wrapped butterscotch hard candies around the edges of both circles,on both sides.Half of each candy should extend past the card's edge. Stack circles and stick together. Fill glass with assorted wrapped candy to simulate ice cream and syrups. We used yellow and pink Starbursts and Hershey's Kisses. Fill just to the top of the glass. Fasten the stacked butterscotch circles to rim with additional glue dots. For "spoon handle" fasten a candy stick at an angle inside top of circle. For "whipped cream" gather 12 pieces of white salt water taffy into a bundle with a rubber band. Tie tightly with white curling ribbon; remove rubber band. Attach glue dot to top of sundae. Curl ribbon ends. Cut several long strands of red & white curling ribbon; curl & tie into top. Fill in any spaces with mini candy bars. For the cherry stick red candy-either foil wrapped chocolates or a few small wrapped candies-to the top.

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          • #6
            Thanks for those instructions. It sounds interesting. Too bad there isn't a picture also.
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            • #7
              dang i was way off crap,,,thanks for all your work...
              I'm Not Bossy, I just have better ideas

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              • #8
                http://images.search.yahoo.com/search/images?ei=UTF-8&fr=slv1-frz&p=candy%20sundae%20images&fr2=tab-web

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                • #9
                  mgsmallen those are so pretty! I like the second and third ...too cute!! thanks for posting

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                  • #10
                    sounds like a cute idea for a candy gift!
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