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from Milwaukee, WI 1 3-oz pkg cream cheese at room temperature. 4 drops food coloring (mint - green, lemon - yellow, strawberry - pink) 1 tsp flavoring extract as above 1 T milk Stir the above together until well mixed then add 1 lb confectioner's sugar Mix all the sugar into the cream cheese mixture, kneading it with your hands. When completely mixed, roll into a large sausage. Break off small amounts and roll into balls, about 1" diameter. Place balls on waxed paper, and press flat with fork dipped in confectioner's sugar. Let dry until tops are just dry, then flip and dry out underside. Store in airtight container so they don't dry out any further. Yields 80-90 mints.

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from Milwaukee, WI

1 3-oz pkg
cream cheese at room temperature.
4 drops
food coloring
(
mint - green, lemon - yellow, strawberry - pink)
1 tsp flavoring
extract as above
1 T
milk

Stir the above together until well mixed then add
1 lb confectioner's
sugar

Mix all the
sugar into the
cream cheese mixture, kneading it with your hands. When completely mixed, roll into a large sausage. Break off small amounts and roll into balls, about 1" diameter. Place balls on waxed paper, and press flat with fork dipped in confectioner's sugar. Let dry until tops are just dry, then flip and dry out underside. Store in airtight container so they don't dry out any further. Yields 80-90 mints.



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