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These can be made ahead and warmed, can stay warmed for hours, and can be refrigerated after cooking and served warm the next days or so. Even well received at room temperature.  

My party guests would mutiny if I did not serve them. My five year old grandson helps me make them.

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+2 # Cheryl Microutsicos 2011-01-01 14:27
I made these for New Year's Eve for a small get-together. They seem a little strange at first, but just eat one you are totally addicted! Everyone loved them and agreed that they were addictive! They were very easy to make, and as Lynn said, they travel well and reheat well. Thanks, Lynn!
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