's Holiday Recipe Contest - Come and Play - Great prize!

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  1. Yeah_its_me

    Yeah_its_me Forum Supplier ECF Veteran


    We all have them....those favorite holiday recipes that seem to come around at this time of year. I thought it might be fun to share our recipes and win some stuff in the process here goes

    You may enter one "FOOD" recipe and one "DIY VAPEJUICE" Recipe per day for a total of two chances to win a day!

    The DIY VAPEJUICE Recipe must use at least one DIY Flavor Extract

    Shout outs to our Crazy Hairy Beast Friend aka The Monkey Mamma- AG51 for creating and donating a spectacular prize which will be awarded at the conclusion of the contest by drawing!


    Additionally I will choose one winner each day and provide them with a gift. It could be almost anything but is guaranteed to please!

    This contest starts now and ends in 7 days on December 13th!

  2. AG51

    AG51 ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    WHOO-HOO !! [​IMG]
  3. AG51

    AG51 ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    All my recipes start off the houses smoke alarms :unsure: so I won't tell nobodys dem unless they belongs to da firemans dept. :laugh::laugh::laugh:
  4. spartanstew

    spartanstew Mr. Awesome Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Caramel Apple Cobbler.

    1 box butter or butter pecan cake mix
    2 cans of caramel apple pie filling
    2 sticks of butter or you can use a can of sprite
    Pour filling into bottom of a 8×11 casserole pan. Spray the pan with nonstick spray first. Pour dry cake mix over filling. If using the butter, melt butter first and pour on top of cake mix. If using sprite, pour sprite over cake mix until covered well. Bake at 350´ for 45-60 minutes.
  5. keelalagirl55

    keelalagirl55 Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Santa has come early to Yimmies!!!

  6. Yeah_its_me

    Yeah_its_me Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

    Christmas Tree Cookies

    Yields: 6 dozen
    Prep time: 20 min
    Cook time: 12 min


    2 cups salted butter, room temperature*
    1 cup granulated sugar
    1 egg, well beaten
    1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
    4 cups sifted all-purpose flour
    Assorted food colorings, candies, and/or sprinkles (optional)**

    * You must use butter in this recipe. The secret of a great spritz cookie is a dough that is fat enough to press or pipe, yet sturdy enough to hold it shape in the oven. It must be butter.

    ** If desired, you can also color the dough with food coloring.

    Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.

    Refrigerate UNGREASED cookie sheets until ready to use. NOTE: Pressing the dough out onto cool, ungreased baking sheets makes it possible for each application to stick on contact. You will need to clean off the cookie sheets between batches.

    In a large bowl, mix butter until creamy. Either use your electric mixer or beat by hand. Gradually add sugar; beating until light and fluffy. Cream the butter and sugar together thoroughly before beating in the egg.

    Add egg and beat well; stir in vanilla extract. Gradually add flour to mixture, beating well after each addition.

    Pack the dough into a Cookie Press fitted with desired template/disks of your choice (disks can include wreath shapes, stars, crescents, etc).

    Begin cranking and twisting (if you use an automatic cookie press follow manufacturer's instructions) the cookie dough through cookie press, forming desired shapes, onto chilled ungreased cookie sheets about 1-inch apart. If you press your spritz cookies the old fashioned way with a crank or twist press, the secret is all in the wrist. Turn the crank or the twist with the right hand, and then just before you are done, counter twist with the left hand and press gently down, then pull up and off the dough.

    Hold the press upright in relation to the cookie sheet with the "legs" resting flat, and force out the dough until it appears at the edge of the mold, then lift the press away. Keep your cookies about 1-inch apart on the cookie sheet.

    Sprinkle with colored sugar or add a maraschino cherry half before baking, if desired.

    Bake 10 to 12 minutes in your preheated oven, rotating baking sheet halfway through baking time, or until light brown.
  7. AG51

    AG51 ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    I don't umderstamds all dis measurin stuffs [​IMG] is dat why I burn eberythangs when I cooks ? [​IMG]
  8. keelalagirl55

    keelalagirl55 Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    I have Christmas recipes for Doggie cookies...does that count? :laugh::laugh:
  9. CalamityJan

    CalamityJan Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Recipe For Christmas Rum Cake

    Ingredients: not really important except the rum...

    1 or 2 qts. of rum
    1 cup butter
    1/8 tsp. sugar
    2 large eggs
    1 cup dried fruit
    baking powder
    1 tsp. baking soda
    lemon juice
    brown sugar


    Before you start, sample the rum to check for quality.

    Select a large mixing bowl, measuring cup, etc. Check the rum again. It must be just right!
    To be sure the rum is of the highest quality, pour 1 level cup of rum into a glass and drink it as fast as you can. Repeat.

    With an electric mixer, beat butter in large fluffy bowl. Add 1 seaspoon of thugar and beat again. Meanshile, it’s important to make sure the rum is of the finest quality—try another cup.

    Open the second quart of rum if necessary. Add 1 arge leggs, 2 cups of fried druits and beat till high.

    If the druits get stuck in the beats, just pru it loose with a drewscriver. Sample the rum again for cinscistincy.

    Next, sift 3 cups of salt and feffer (it really doesn’t matter). Sample the wum again.

    Sift 1 pint of lemon goose, add 1 bablespoon of brown thugar, of whatever color tou can find. Mix well. Grease oven, turn cake pan to 350 greeds.

    Noe, pour the whole mess sinto the boven and ake.

    Check the crum again and go to bed.

  10. AG51

    AG51 ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Dats a Christmas recipe right ? :D And it's food fer doggys right ? :D Da rules didn't specifys peoples food right ? :D

    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol: Yimmey needs dat recipe fer Bandit :smokie:
  11. keelalagirl55

    keelalagirl55 Supplier Associate ECF Veteran


    I gots lots of em :D
  12. windy33

    windy33 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Oh my gosh I want to win this!!! Thank you Yimmie and Monkey Momma[​IMG] I love this recipe cause its simple
  13. CalamityJan

    CalamityJan Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    My girls are such piggies that if they had gourmet homemade food, I'd never git outta the kitchen!

    Kee, you need to have a cottage doggie kitchen so we can all get treats for our furbabies!
  14. AG51

    AG51 ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    You is berry welcomes Windys :D

    :nun: Prays you wins AMENS SISTA :nun:
  15. Yeah_its_me

    Yeah_its_me Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

    Yes.....Yes it does LOL
  16. AG51

    AG51 ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    YAY fer Christmas Biscuits ! [​IMG]
  17. keelalagirl55

    keelalagirl55 Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Okie Dokie then :D We'll start with these:

    Christmas Carob Mint Dog Cookies

    1C Flour
    1C Baking mix - Bisquick or Jiffy (I skip this and use 1C ground oatmeal instead)
    5 drops Mint Flavoring
    1/4 C Milk
    2TBS Butter or Margarine
    1 Egg
    1 tsp corn syrup or molasses (I like Blackstrap Molasses)

    Dipping sauce:
    Carob chips (melted) or Carob icing**

    Mix all ingredients together and roll out onto a floured surface to approx 1/4 inch thick.
    Cut with Bone shape or Holiday Cookie Cutter.
    Place on cookie sheet sprayed with cooking spray.
    Bake at 350 for 25-30 min until lightly browned.
    Cool the dip cookies halfway into melted carob or spoon the carob icing over half of each cookie.
    Make sure cookies are cooled down before storing or giving to your pup.
    Store these in a sealed, airtight container for freshness.

    **DO NOT substitute chocolate chips, chocolate is toxic to dogs instead go with carob, a safe alternative for your barking chocoholic.
  18. AG51

    AG51 ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    dats fer dogs ? :blink: I'd feed dat to the ole man :unsure: sounds good
  19. Stoneface

    Stoneface Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    What to do with the candy canes people give you this winter??? Cut a slit in a lemon and insert the candy cane...squeeze the lemon and make an ice cool lemonade (and it doesn't spill :)). It might be like Pucker Up Peppermint.

    See??? She likes it :D
  20. CalamityJan

    CalamityJan Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Keela, mint, really? I didn't know any critter liked mint but would do double duty as a breath freshener! LOL

    Nita, doncha go feedin' that handsome trucker fella doggie biscuits.... send him to me fer some refined shugar! ;)
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