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Sweet Potato Latkes

Reviewed: Dec. 11, 2009
I was SOO excited when I found this recipe and had been planning it for a week. I prepared the exactly as the recipe listed for the first couple Latkes and thought they were very bland. I ended up (after trying for several little batches) making the following changes: 2tbs brown sugar, 2 1/2 tsp cinnamon, used 1 tbs wheat flour with 1 tbs white flour, and added 1/4 cup minced onion. After all the changes they were pretty good; but I dipped them in a lot of apple sauce and sour cream. I think the changes make them edible, but I would definitely make the original latkes over this version any time.
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Oatmeal Crispies I

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2009
I actually discovered almost the identical recipe one day when i forgot to add the flour to a regular oatmeal cookie recipe. Though this recipe uses flour, you can get away without it if u decrease the baking time. I also add maple syrup instead of vanilla, torbino sugar instead of the white sugar, add minced dates into the mix and sliced dates scattered liberally around the top. I've never gotten a complaint from them but watch the oven because there is a very fine line between perfect and crispy bottom! :)
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Banana Chocolate Chip Cookies

Reviewed: Jul. 1, 2009
I followed the reduced baking soda suggestions, added 1/2 tbs of banana extract, 2 bananas, used an equal mix of wheat and white flour, used turbinado sugar instead of white sugar, used the mini-chocolate chips, added 1 tsp cinnamon and added 2tbs of plain non-fat yogurt to moisten up the cookies. We absolutely loved them!! The plain yogurt really served to get rid of the "cakey-ness" that the 1st batch had (even though this wasn't bad). I personally like moist, doughy cookies and these hit the spot! My husband and I ate them all within a couple days and I'm eagerly looking forward to the next time we have over-ripened bananas! I have rather limited baking facilities so ended up making them in 1/2 dozen batches in a pre-heated 350* toaster oven for around 15 mins a batch. We also chilled them in the fridge over-night and liked them best a little cool. (It helps that the apt is pretty hot in the summer.) The first couple batches merged together but we cut them into squares and devoured them. :-D delicious! :-D
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