Frosty the Snowman sweet treats (1969)

Original publication: Better Homes and Gardens Date: December 1969
Categories: 1960s, Christmas, Dessert recipes, Family & parenting, Food & drink
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Snowman cakes, popcorn and cookies

An assortment of jolly snowmen, one made of cake, one of popcorn, the others cookie dough.

The Frosty Cake is from a quick mix. The secret to his shape: baking the white cake in two steep-sided heat-proof mixing bowls. Then you stack the cakes, frost them, and decorate with candies and a construction paper hat.

Our impish Popcorn Snowman is trying to keep a secret, too. Lift up his head and look under the jaunty yarn muffler. You’ll find a treasure — his body is hollow and can be filled with candy.

>> Also see: 7 ways to make popcorn balls (1956) & Old-fashioned popcorn balls (1950)

Swinging Snowmen Cookies are made with three sizes of oatmeal cookie balls — baked, dipped in icing, then stacked and trimmed to suit your fancy.


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Source publication: Better Homes and Gardens

Publication date: December 1969


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