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    I saw this recipe in the Kraft Canada magazine. It sounds really good and easy to make. It would be a fun thing for the kids to make too.

    http://www.kraftcanada.com/en/recipe...ls-128118.aspx

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    mmmmm...those do look yummy!!

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    oh ya, they do look yummy. we do some similar also. either white choc or milk choc and the same amount by weight of cream cheese. then divide and add flavourings to each like orange, and roll in orange choc. sprinkles, or maple and roll in wallnuts, or rum and roll in cookie crumbs, or white choc and mint and roll in coconut, or almond and roll in ground almond. so easy from that basic recipe!

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    they have cream cheese on at gfs this week i think its 6 bars for 7.99? i think that is what it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIMBA View Post
    I saw this recipe in the Kraft Canada magazine. It sounds really good and easy to make. It would be a fun thing for the kids to make too.

    http://www.kraftcanada.com/en/recipe...ls-128118.aspx
    I made these last year and they are delicious!!!!!! I rolled mine in toasted coconut.

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    I never thought of that! I shall try that next time!

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    you could use any type of cookie to make these probably. I would like to try a couple of different ones but these are going to be my main christmas cookie this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tasma View Post
    you could use any type of cookie to make these probably. I would like to try a couple of different ones but these are going to be my main christmas cookie this year.

    I work with Kraft and here are my cookie ball recipes from them, some are exclusive to my blog so won't be found on the Kraft website.

    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/chocol...-cookie-balls/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/chips-...-cookie-balls/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/toaste...-cookie-balls/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/teddy-...-cookie-balls/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/nutter...-cookie-balls/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/nutter...-cookie-balls/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/easy-o...-cookie-balls/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/nilla-...-cookie-balls/ (if you dip these in milk chocolate they taste like the chocolate covered cherries you get at christmas)
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/nilla-...-cookie-balls/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/ginger...-cookie-balls/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/cool-m...-cookie-balls/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/easy-oreo-truffles/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/lovesi...or-valentines/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/conver...-cookie-balls/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/chocol...y-cookie-ball/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/smores-cookie-ball-pops/
    http://www.jabberingjessi.com/nutter...-cookie-balls/

    Oh and for easy dipping take a plastic four tine fork and break off the middle two tines, it is the perfect size for dipping the cookie balls easily.

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    thanks this is cool
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    Thanks Chase me!!

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    Your welcome I love working with Kraft they are very cool bunch of people and the recipes are delicious

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    what is GFS?

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    for anyone who goes across the river philly cream cheese is on for $1. at wallyworld.

    gfs is gordon food service where you can buy bulk food items. it is across from whatever hotel used to be the ramada inn.

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    I made these cookies yesterday....I found the pepermint candycane oreo (presidents choice) at romes. I used those instead its a very festive holiday treat.
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