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Recipe Reviews 19 reviews
Cream Cheese Frosting II
This is a delicious recipe! Not too sweet, just sweet enough. I made pumpkin muffins (using the Maine pumpkin bread recipe from this site) and frosted them with this frosting. Wonderful! I didn't change a thing in the recipe.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 16, 2012
Beth's Spicy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
These cookies are good, but I wouldn't call them spicy. Next time I'll double the cloves. I used 1/2 cup butter and 1/2 cup margarine (no trans fats kind) and dark brown sugar rather than light. Cookies just seem to come out chewier with dark brown sugar. I used both baking powder and baking soda (1 tsp each) just because I always put both in my cookies. I also added a little nutmeg (not quite 1/2 tsp. They do leave a very pleasant after taste in your mouth though. I only had to bake mine for 7 min. and removed them from the cookie sheets immediately. Overall, a good cookie, but could be even better with more alterations.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 26, 2012
Chocolate Truffle Cookies
I'm giving this 4 stars since my coworkers seemed to love them. I wasn't quite as impressed. I'm a major chocoholic, but after they were completely cool, to me they almost tasted a little bitter. Maybe I'll try semi-sweet squares instead if I make them again. I didn't have cocoa powder (well I did but it expired in 2004 so I thought I probably shouldn't use it!), so I added an extra square of unsweetened chocolate and a tablespoon extra flour. I had thin brownie batter at this point. I figured there was no way I would be able to make cookies with that even after refrigerating so I ended up adding 3 more tablespoons of flour. Before refrigerating it was pretty much brownie batter consistency. I refrigerated it over an hour, and boy did it thicken up! I had no problems forming the cookies. I added peanut butter chips to some (I liked those best) and chopped up Andes mints to some. I baked them 8 minutes and moved them to a wire rack after about 1 minute. Overall they apparently turned out good since I got rave reviews. They just weren't my favorite.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 17, 2011
 
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