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Wilderness Place Lodge Cookies
So you know where I am coming from, I bake once a year, at Christmas. These cookies came out perfectly. They were well-mannered in the oven: They did not flatten any more than they should. Each cookie was a rounded tablespoon, say 1.5-ish T. Baked, each cookie was 2 ¼ to 2 3/4 inches in diameter and about ¾ inch thick in the middle. I omitted raisins (ick). I made two half-batches, one with pecans and the other with walnuts. The pecan half-batch made 47 cookies. The walnut half-batch made 61. Our oven temps are way off, so I had to play with the time a bit. The cookies finished as crunchy (not hard) on the outside and chewy in the middle. I was afraid the oats would overwhelm, but they do not. Deelish and yum-o.

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 20, 2011
Pecan Pie Muffins
Great, easy recipe. I bake maybe once or twice a year and these came out perfect. I don't understand the expected yield. I used a mini muffin pan and got 45 bite-size mini muffins from the recipe. Perhaps my minis are mini-er than some. No sticking issues, either. I sprayed the tin with butter-flavored Pam before each batch, waited 1.5-2 minutes after removing the pan from oven, then dumped on the rack. Besides not sticking, these were not sticky-gooey like pecan pie. Instead they were delightfully chewy. Oh, I baked them for 14 minutes at 350 deg BUT our oven is probably on the low side--I didn't check with a thermometer. So on a good oven, I'd take a look at 12 minutes.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 15, 2009

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