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Hot Cheese Wafers

Sheri Hubbard

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January 13th, 2013 - 09:02 PM

Hot Cheese Wafers

HOT CHEESE WAFERS (Janis Carmichael)

2 sticks margarine

1 8-10 oz. package extra sharp cheddar cheese grated

2 cups self-rising flour

2 cups rice krispies

Cayenne pepper to taste

Dash of Tabasco Sauce

Place 2 sticks margarine in bowl. Grate cheese over margarine cover with foil and let set overnight.

Sprinkle with cayenne pepper you need to use at least tsp. teaspoon for wafers to have a little heat. I usually keep adding until cheese mixture is red-orange. Cover and let sit for approximately 1 hour.

Add flour one cup at a time blending well. Add a dash of Tabasco between cups of flour. This will help keep your dough from getting too stiff. Add both cups rice krispies and stir until blended.

Place tsp. of mixture on cookie sheet and press flat. Bake at 350 degrees for 13-14 minutes. Let cool on cookie sheet for 20 seconds ( long enough for the wafer to release from pan) remove to cooling rack.

Store in air tight container.

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