November 01, 2011
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"This recipe has been a "Family Tradition" in our family since I was a little girl. The holidays are not the holidays at my house if this is't on the menu.
Simple to make, and really tasty morsels to munch on during the Christmas, Thanksgiving and Easter holidays."
Put cream cheese in a bowl in the microwave for 45 seconds to soften.
Add milk, and mix well.
Add walnuts, and mix well.
Cut stalks of celery into thirds, and wash and dry well, (VERY IMPORTANT).
Stuff celery with cream cheese mixture, and refrigerate.
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This a really good way to stuff celery ours is plain but I love this one 2
When I got done mixing in the nuts and spread it on the celery, I chopped more nuts and spread them on top. If you love nuts, you can't be without this on your table for the holidays. Nice crunch and great flavor, not to mention a great appetizer! I will be making these more often and using them as snacks and to go with my sandwiches. A great addition to any sandwich for sure!
We chopped our nuts up really fine so even the old folks could have some and everyone thought it was excellent! It was a nice added appetizer for our holiday feast and was enjoyed by all. Thank you for sharing your family tradition with us Linda! It will now be eaten at our holiday table also.
I really enjoyed this tasty recipe. It is so easy and the nuts give it that extra crunch. I cut up the celery and then keep it in ice water in the fridge until I am ready to stuff them and serve. Thanks Linda for posting this recipe that could become a tradition in my house too