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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookies
This recipe exceeded my expectations. Most reviews are very positive, but I just didn't have high hopes for 3-ingredient peanut butter cookies. But yummm were they good! My kids loved them too. I made them late at night, left them on the counter to cool and went to bed. They got better and chewier overnight. (Delicious dipped in milk!) I cut up milk chocolate chunks for half the recipe and thought they had a good PB cup taste. The plains ones were good too. I used a small cookie scoop to make 1" balls and got about 80 cookies. Mine looked like normal cookies...didn't flatten out too much like other reviewers said. (I uploaded a pic.) Considering there are only 3 ingredients, there is a lot of room for customization. I plan to add coconut or different types of chocolate like others suggested. Since mine came out thick and chewy, I think next time I'll press a hershey kiss in. Make them for any PB cookie lovers!!!

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 9, 2013
My Mom's Raised Doughnuts
Love these! For my first attempt I think I over-mixed the dough and ended up with donuts that were more cake-like (as stated in other reviews). I'm not a fan of the cake texture and really wanted a Dunkin-raised donut so when I was finished around 10 pm, I started again...this time mixing everything by hand (really don't need the mixer) and trying to mix as little as possible. For my do-over batch, I also used rapid rise yeast and did not sift the flour to speed things up. Also increased sugar to 1/3 to sweeten the dough. I let the dough rise in a slightly warm oven for about 50 min. (I tested a tip to pour 3-4 C of boiling water into a pan and leave it on the bottom of the oven to warm it perfectly...worked great!) I cut the dough into strips instead of donut rings to save time and eliminate scraps. (Re-rolling the scraps made tough donuts.) Then I left the dough on the counter under loosely draped plastic wrap for 45 min. Everything turned out perfect. Kids all said this morning that they taste like Dunkin! I second another reviewer's suggestion to use the Easy Chocolate Bundt Cake Glaze found on this site. It's delicious...tastes like Dunkin!

24 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 17, 2012
 
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