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Recipe Reviews 11 reviews
High Altitude Banana Chocolate Chip Cookies
These cookies were excellent! Like other said, they are like eating banna-chocolate muffin tops! Soooo good! We did as someone suggested and used 3/4 c of both sugars. We used raw evaporated cane juice and it wasn't as sweet as we thought it should be (yes, we tasted it raw!) so we added some raw honey to sweeten the pot. I would say we added 1/3c of honey. Worked great and didn't mess w/ the texture at all...they were sweet, perfectly sweet (not too much, not too little). We also used whole wheat flour and mixed it for a while, as suggested by others. I make my own baking powder (out of baking soda/cream of tartar) and it worked just fine. These are a big hit and we are eating them up wicked fast! :) Thanks...making these again for sure!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 21, 2010
Sunday Morning Lemon Poppy Seed Pancakes
These pancakes were amazing! I've never had lemon pancakes and they are so good-my 5 kids just loved them! We live at a high altitude (above 9K) so I only added 1 tsp of baking powder (and made my own since I was out....2 parts cream of tartar + 1 part baking soda). They puffed up nice and the lemon flavor was wonderful! I used one small lemon for juicing and 2 whole lemons for zesting...we also put in the pulp from the lemon we juiced. That made them very lemony and really helped the lemon flavor come out. We topped them with raw honey and butter. We will def. be making these again! Thanks for the great recipe!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 15, 2010
Turtle Bread
I made this with my 5yr old son. It is super easy to make and we had so much fun making it together! Came out very cute and it is so good. So good. Like a giant, soft biscuit! I couldn't stop eating it. We brushed it with butter a few minutes after it came out and that made it so soft. Next time we will use the egg wash and sea salt. Mmmm! Great recipe, thanks for sharing! Easy to do with kids and fun and cute, too! Be sure you put raisins in before it rises the last time (after you shape and form) so they stay in. My son insisted on adding all sorts of claws after it rose..and they were pushed out and burnt. lol

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Reviewed On: Feb. 5, 2010

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