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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Peanut Blossoms II
Oh ... my .... gawd! I *love* this recipe!! I added 1/4 teaspoon "butter flavor" (from McCormick) to bring out a bit more of the PB taste, but otherwise left the recipe alone. In place of Hershey's kisses, I used milk-chocolate chips -- two pressed end to end, melt 'em a bit, and then a third on top of them; melt and stir with toothpick to create the little 'crest'. :) DEFINITELY a keeper! Thanks! [[Note: If you use "Nutella" or "Twist", be sure to use a little less butter and egg -- it's way softer than PB.]]

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 28, 2001
Evelyn's Rolled Sugar Cookies
The end result is nice, but getting there is WAY too much trouble. "Knead in enough flour to make the dough workable" translates to about 3 more cups, which leads to a slightly cake-like cookie. Not to mention the trouble of adding all that flour. I reduced the amount of milk to 1/4 cup, and added it in teaspoons as I mixed, but that still didn't help -- neither did freezing the dough for an hour, although it did make it *slightly* easier to work. If you don't mind all that, then the recipe is worth it for the soft taste (altho I did add about a tablespoon of lemon rind). However, *I* will definitely be using a different recipe for sugar-cookies. :(

34 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 28, 2001
Melt In Your Mouth Honey Lemon Merry Christmas Cookies
A nice cookie, but I'm going to futz with the ingredient amounts a little. And you definitely need flour on hand to roll out the dough. Also, in my oven, the directed temperature baked them *much* faster than 8-10 minutes. In fact, to avoid them getting brown, as the recipe directions instruct, I had to take them out in only *5* minutes. Maybe it was the thickness at which I cut the cookies, but I liked the height to which they poofed, so I'm going to use the same again. All in all, a pleasant cookie, good with coffee or tea, but a lot of work....

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 23, 2001

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