Skip to comments.Hostess Creme Filling Recipe (Don't Panic!)
Posted on 11/18/2012 8:08:41 AM PST by Nachum
The Recipe is at the site. Also a link for the Twinkie cake recipe. If you got to have your Twinkie fix, this link is dedicated to you. Don't Panic!
2 Teaspoons very hot water
Rounded 1/4 teaspoon salt
2 cups marshmallow cream (1 7-oz jar)
1/2 cup shortening
1/3 cup powdered sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
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Sweeet! Today I will make some and pile it on some sponge cake.....
Where there’s a will there is a way. We need a Hostess recipe book. Unions have destroyed so many businesses and put so many people out of work it’s a wonder they still have any workers left to pay the huge salaries of their presidents.
Speaking for myself, the recipe sounds totally awful!
No wonder we don’t get this .... in Panama.
Thank you just the same for your time.
Anyone remember Bananna flips? What happened to those?
1 undefended "diplomatic facility"
1 country torn by civil war
1 anniversary of the 9-11 terror attack
A large group of AQ ragheads
2 dozen heavy weapons
1 POS POTUS
1 Lap dog UN mouthpiece
Mix all ingredients together and stir stir stir. And it won't matter how much you try to sweeten it, it will STILL TASTE LIKE SHIT!
I miss those..
The whole line of “plastic pastries” was terrible. Don’t know why they will be missed.
there are a lot of jokes out there about Creme Filling and how it’s put into the cake
“there are a lot of jokes out there about Creme Filling and how its put into the cake”
and something about why certain homosexuals are referred to as “twinks” as well.
Then you can go to http://www.twinkiesproject.com/ for the engineering specs on authentic twinkles.
What about SnoBalls?
This week, it’s my mission in life to find a recipe for Ding dong frosting.
Thank you for the filling recipe!
A lot of us have low-brow tastes. I can't explain it. I just love it. Plus... they're an affordable "vice."
I bow at your feet in humble greatness.
Hostess was too expensive for me. I occasionally do Little Debbie.
Make sure you have a Union representative present when you make these.
Otherwise, you may incur a stiff fine. ;-)
My mom was an excellent, efficient and thrifty baker/homemaker so when we were kids, "store bought" treats were exceedingly rare. Because of their convenience though, we would sometimes find them packed in our lunches for special occasions like field trips, vacations, etc.
I haven't had one in years, but when I would occasionally pick one up at a convenience store on a long road trip, or from a vending machine when my work hours precluded lunch or dinner, they served as powerful triggers of youthful memories.
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