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Mr. Bingle's Kitchen

Mr. Bingle recipes by Holly Clegg







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From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook
From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook
From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook
From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook
From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook From Mr Bingles Kitchen Cookbook

(Ashleigh Austin's Personal Collection)
1987 Holly Berkowitz Clegg
Illustrated by Elizabeth R. Neely, Jim Reybein
Maison Blanche Advertising Department
Publisher: Wimmer Brothers
Memphis and Dallas




Mr. Bingles
(Holly's Recipe from Page 12)


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3 cups miniature marshmallows
5 tablespoons butter
1/3 cup creamy peanut butter
4 cups crisp rice cereal
Butter
16 muffin paper cups
Creamy peanut butter
8 sugar ice cream cones
Small assorted gumdrops, sliced crosswise in half
(approximately 20 whole)
4 red jelly beans, sliced lenthwise in half

In a large heavy saucepan, melt marshmallows and butter over a low heat, stirring constantly, until marshmallows are melted and mixture is smooth. Add peanut butter and continue stirring until mixture is well combined. Remove from heat. Add cereal and stir gently to coat evenly. Cool. Butter hands and shape mixture into 8 balls. Place on waxed paper and let stand until firm (about 30 minutes). Put 2 paper cups together and flatten open. Place cereal ball on top for head. For hat, spread peanut butter on edge of open end of cone and attach to cereal ball. Then spread peanut butter on 2 gum drop halves to attach to cereal ball for eyes, on 3 gum drop halves to place on cone for pom poms, and on jelly bean half for mouth on cereal ball.
Yield: 8 Mr. Bingles
Note: Everyone can create his own Mr. Bingle.





The Story of Mr. Bingle
(From Mr. Bingle's Kitchen Pg. 55)


When Santa left his shop one day
He found a snowman near his sleigh.
"You'll be my helper now," he said,
And tapped the little fellow's head.

The snowman found that he could talk -
"Look, Santa, I can even walk!"
And then he gave a little sigh . . .
"Oh, how I wish that I could fly!"

So Santa gave him holly wings;
Then looking through his Christmas things
Found ornaments the very size
To make a pair of shining eyes.

Then Santa said, "You need a hat -
An ice-cream cone's just right for that.
And keep this candy cane with you -
You'll see what magic it can do!"

The snowman laughed and sang a jingle,
So Santa named him "Mr. Bingle."
That's how it happened. Now he's here
With us at Maison Blanche all year!






Holly's From Mr. Bingle's Kitchen
cookbook is now out-of-print. However,
The Holly Clegg Trim & Terrific Cookbook
has a kid's section with all her favorite recipes
from this book.
Click below to visit Holly's great site:

Holly Clegg

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