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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Monster Cookies VI
This recipe really needs flour. I am an experienced baker and had to add 1c. flour to the recipe. I use a 1/4 scoop to make these and they went extremely flat and started to overcook on the edges before the middle was cooked. I will try these one more time with 1.5 c flour and a little salt.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 27, 2013
Buttery Soft Pretzels
4 stars only because I also had to add significantly more water...otherwise a 5 star recipe! ! I was a little worried since the dough was so thick even after adding a lot more water, but after the dough doulbled in size they turned out perfectly. Will definately make again.I made these with a class of third grade students. We made 24 pretzels in the shape of a ribbon design and they turned out delicious!!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 19, 2012
Downeast Maine Pumpkin Bread
This is a very adaptable recipe. I had just picked over 30 butternut squash from the garden and was trying to find a healthy bread for breakfast. I used 15 oz fresh pureed squash, %100 whole wheat flour, 1 cup brown sugar, and half the amount of oil. I couldn't believe how moist and sweet it was. I brought it to work and it was a huge hit with my coworkers. It is even better with a little cream cheese on it-yum! I made it a second time replacing all the oil with applesauce, using the squash and whole wheat and cutting the sugar in half. It was moist and delicious although the texture was obviously different without any oil. My picky kids still gobbled it up and packed it in their lunches everyday! I made the bread a third time this week using large ripe bananas. I doubled the recipe and used a total of 9 bananas and cut the sugar in half. The spices were phenominal and a huge hit with the kids!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 24, 2011

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