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jamie lynn


jamie lynn
 
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Living In: Birch Run, Michigan, USA
Member Since: Aug. 2006
Cooking Level: Intermediate
Cooking Interests: Grilling & BBQ, Stir Frying, Slow Cooking, Italian, Southern, Healthy, Quick & Easy
Hobbies: Hiking/Camping, Biking, Walking, Fishing, Photography, Music, Painting/Drawing
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before a b-ball game =]
Peanut Butter Dream
About this Cook
15, soon to be junior in hs, part time college student too =] umm, not much to say, i'm just ur typical teenage small town girl who loves home cooking...ddr addicted (owns all 6 games, and bought metal mat offline that lights up =]) sports fanatic (#1 varsity singles tennis player, volleyball setter, runs 1/4, 1/2, mile, and mile relay in track as well as high jump, wanting to take up cross country, loves skiing) shortie (5'1") and a proud natural redhead lol
My favorite things to cook
pastas and desserts....maybe a little too much hehe =p
My favorite family cooking traditions
none let, my family isn't so big on get togethers =/
My cooking triumphs
dunno, i guess when i created my first recipe
My cooking tragedies
for some reason i forget to put eggs in a lot of things...i'm very forgetfull
Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Whole Wheat Snickerdoodles I
Oh..My...God! These are amazing! Extremely simple to make, yet they taste and look like a pro did. I'm 15 and made these in a snap. They taste more like a molasses or gingerbread cookie, but hey, that's fine by me =D

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 2, 2007
Peanut Butter Dreams
This recipe is great, I highly recommend it. I use my hands to mix the peanut butter, crisp rice, etc...It works a lot better than a spoon, and is just as fast as a mixer, but doesn't crush the crisp rice. I just combined it and then kneaded it so to speak while still in the bowl. The warmth from your hands softens the butter without melting it all the way to create a firm but pliable dough. Also, when coating the balls, i used a spoon and a fork. I dropped a ball in the chocolate, then used a spoon to roll it around to coat, then rolled it onto the fork and lifted it out, so the excess chocolate could drain off. (Oh, and a splash of vanilla in the peanut butter mixture rounds out the flavor) This was my 6th time making these, that's just how good they go over whether you're making them for family, bake sales, etc.

40 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 21, 2007
 
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