It’s day 2 of The Secret Santa Blog Hop!


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It’s day 2 of The Secret Santa Blog Hop

Hello! Welcome to day 2!
If this is your first time here, follow this link to the rules and explanation on how the hop works. It’s all about answering simple questions on the participating blogs and you have three ways of adding entries: Following the blogs. Leave a comment (Winners are chosen from among the comments so be sure to leave your contact email and comment daily). Every author in the hop is adding extras to the fun. If you stop by each participating author’s blog and leave a comment on that day’s post, you could win even more goodies. And answer the question each author has on their blog. The grand prize for this fun tag-along event is a 7” Kindle Fire HD.

The Secret Santa Blog Hop!

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Here’s my question. Answer Yes or No — Is mistletoe edible?

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No Bake Holly Cookies

yum6 tablespoons margarine
32 regular sized marshmallows
1 teaspoon green food coloring
1 teaspoon vanilla
3 cups flake cereal (Corn Flakes, Wheaties, Total, Special K, etc)
Red cinnamon candies (aka Red Hots) or red M&M’s

Directions:

Melt margarine and marshmallows together in microwave (or over a double boiler on low heat)
Once the marshmallows are melted, stir in green food coloring and vanilla. Stir until mixture is a uniform green color.
Fold the flakes into the marshmallow mixture and stir until coated. Drop by teaspoon full onto aluminum foil or waxed paper and garnish with red candies. Let cool to harden. You can also spoon it out into circles for holly wreaths.

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See you tomorrow for Day 3 of the Secret Santa Blog Hop!

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15 Responses to It’s day 2 of The Secret Santa Blog Hop!

  1. Rowan Worth says:

    Yes, mistletoe is edible (in certain forms, and small quantities!). I think your holly cookies look more appetizing. ; ) Thanks for posting those–we used to make those when I was a kid and I had TOTALLY forgotten about them!!

    rowanworth (at) comcast.net

  2. Crissy M says:

    Great recipe…I’ll have to use that for a pot luck I have coming up Thursday… 😀 Thanks!!

  3. kimberly holgate says:

    the no bake cookie kind maybe but the real stuff no thats poisonous dont eat
    fallow by email

    kaholgate at ymail dot com

  4. JanD says:

    Thank you for the recipe and happy holidays!
    bituin76 at hotmail dot com

  5. April Holgate says:

    I will answer your question with a quote
    Batman: “Mistletoe can be deadly if you eat it.”
    Catwoman: “But a kiss can be even deadlier if you mean it.”

    Thanks for the Awesome Hop!
    grapeapril75(AT)gmail.com

  6. Daryl Devore says:

    Blurb and trailer are great. Any cookie recipe is great.

  7. Toni Cosgrove says:

    oh wow..I had forgotten all about this,,My Mom made some years ago. Thanks for the recipe and bringing back a memory. I think it will be fun following you. Mistletoe is edible and makes a good tea, but berries aren;t real tasty.I hope your holidays are full of warm memories and laughter.
    peach_hugs@yahoo.com

  8. Sarah_Madison says:

    Mistletoe berries will kill you! Love the cookies and the trailer!

  9. Lasha says:

    According to Wiki answers: Is mistletoe edible? Yes, leaves are edible and berries when ripe.

    Happy Holidays,

    Lasha
    mslasha at gmail dot com

  10. laura says:

    I think it is edible, but cats and dogs cant.
    lauratroxel@yahoo.com

  11. Holly Underhill says:

    Hello, thanks for the giveaway! In certain foods, it might be edible.

    skizzles_22_hju@yahoo.com

  12. Shannon Bereza says:

    Your question is making me do some research. From what I can gather from many websites, mistletoe technically is edible, but not in large quantities. It seems that it has been used medicinally for the most part or as a tea. The berries are edible only when they are ripe. I learned a lot about mistletoe that I never even knew. Thanks for giving me my daily “learn something new everyday” dose.
    sbereza22@gmail.com

  13. Trix says:

    I believe it’s toxic!

    vitajex(at)aol(dot)com

  14. leelalou says:

    I think I’ve eaten it before when I was little so I’m going to say yes. Don’t try it at home though 🙂

    Thanks for being a part of the blog hop and Happy Holidays

    Leela Lou
    LeelaLou@Comcast.net

  15. Patty P says:

    Not really sure?

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