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Betsie Crocker


Betsie Crocker
 
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Recipe Reviews 11 reviews
Lower Fat Banana Bread II
I tweaked this recipe after reading reviews and it came out PERFECT! The changes I made: 3 very ripe small/med bananas 1/3 c lightly packed brown sugar 1/2 c white sugar 2 tbsp oil 1 tsp vanilla 1/3 cup almond milk Added: 1/3 cup coconut flakes (adds a yummy texture) cinnamon (good amount), ginger and nutmeg Omitted -applesauce since I added a 3rd banana -walnuts (just didn't have any at home) I used 2 loaf pans, a regular size glass loaf pan and a mini 5 1/2 x 3 pan. The mini loaf took 40 mins and the regular loaf took 45 mins. I would keep a close eye on it and keep poking it with a toothpick. As soon as it comes out clean, it's done. This is definitely my go to banana bread recipe. It's not extremely sweet but very moist with a soft banana flavor.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 13, 2013
White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies IV
These cookies are amazing! I even love eating the cookie dough. I refrigerated my dough for half an hour. They didn't spread very much or puff up, so I recommend making tablespoon size balls (the size of a ping pong ball) and flatten them with a spoon or even your fingers. I recommend adding coconut. I took the half the batter and added shredded coconuts. It ended up taking delicious!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 14, 2012
Molasses Sugar Cookies
Super easy, my hand just got tired from mixing. The dough is thick. This cookie is sweet and has just the right amount of spices. My kitchen was infused with the smells of cinnamon and ginger. This cookie emobdies the holidays so I am glad I found this recipe. I baked these for only 9 minues only. They came out chewy and were perfectly crackled on top (i love that look on cookies). They are definitely going to be on my Christmas baking list. I also stored the extra dough in the freezer and it kept well for a week. TIP: If you over bake your cookies so they hard and not chewy, don't throw them out. Crush them up for an ice cream topping or they can be layered in a trifle!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 28, 2011
 
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