Marzipan Pumpkins Recipe

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Type: Marzipan Pumpkins Free Cooking Recipe – Thanks Giving

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Ingredients / Directions
Yields 15 mini pumpkins.

1 (7 ounce) box marzipan*
1 tube yellow food coloring
1 tube red food coloring
Few drops vegetable oil
A few wooden picks Knead a small amount of food coloring into marzipan. You will use approximately 1 part red to 2 parts yellow to get a good pumpkin color.

Take a small piece of the tinted marzipan and form a ball. With your little finger
make a small indentation in the top of the marzipan ball.

Dip a wooden pick in vegetable oil. This keeps the marzipan from sticking to it. Starting at the ball”s North Pole
press the wooden pick”s side in gently from pole to pole to make pumpkin “creases.”

For a final touch
add some tiny stems cut from stalks of mint or other non-toxic plant.

Use marzipan pumpkins as place card holders for your fall festival and Thanksgiving dinners.

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