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Baloo's Bugle

December 2001 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 8, Issue 5
January Theme

Did You Get My Message
Webelos Fitness & Readyman


CUB GRUB - Fun Food

Big - Mouth Apples

3 apples, cored -- leave skin on, cut in 8 wedges each

3/4 c. peanut butter

72 mini marshmallows

Place 12 apple wedges on your work surface. Spread 1 tbs. peanut butter on 1 side of each of the wedges. Top each with a second wedge. Press together to make a mouth. To make white teeth, carefully press mini-marshmallows into peanut butter.



Melt in Your Mouth Toffee

1 pound butter

1 Cup white sugar

1 Cup packed brown sugar

1 cup walnuts

2 cups semisweet chocolate chips

In a heavy saucepan, combine butter or margarine, white sugar, and brown sugar. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until mixture boils. Boil to brittle stage, 300 degrees F (150 degrees C). Remove from heat.

Pour nuts and chocolate chips into a 9x13 inch dish. Pour hot mixture over the nuts and chocolate. Let the mixture cool and break it into pieces before serving.


Melt in Your Mouth Peanut Butter Balls


1 jar Peanut Butter

1 large bag of confectioners sugar

2 sticks butter, melted

Chocolate Almond Bark

Mix all ingredients together except for chocolate. Shape into 1-inch balls.Melt chocolate in microwave and dip balls in being sure to cover completely.Put on wax paper to harden.(HintóI use toothpicks stuck in the peanut butter balls.Work quickly too the peanut butter gets kind of melted if you donít.)


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