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Recipe Reviews 15 reviews
Monster Cookies VI
This recipe is great as is. It is easy to put together. It stays chewy and has a great peanut butter taste without tasting like burnt peanut butter that so many do. My personal preference is to add more chocolate chips (about 12 ounces) and replace the M&Ms with Reeses peanut butter chips.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 28, 2011
Funnel Cakes IV
YUM! I've never made funnel cake before. This one turned out just like those at the beach. Crispy on the outside with just the right softness on the inside. I followed the directions exactly except for adding a little vanilla. I used whole milk - I'm not sure if that makes a huge difference or not since it's not specified what type but I know most of my baked goods come out better with whole milk. I also used canola oil which hopefully made it a little less unhealthy. It would be a 5 star without the vanilla but I like the addition of it. I used an empty lemon juice bottle to squirt it into the oil which worked really well. Make sure whatever you use has a big enough hole or else you'll wind up with really skinny strands which over crisp.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 23, 2010
Tandy Cake
This is such a yummy cake. I've been making it longer than I can remember. It was one of the first cakes I learned to make as a kid. As is it's a five star cake but I've also experimented with it over the years. I generally use chocolate chips or a Semi-Sweet Chocolate bar. I also sometimes make it in my bundt pan and after the peanut butter cools I melt the chocolate in a plastic bag snip off the corner and drizzle it over the top. It is much easier to cut this way and a bit prettier. It's especially pretty if you use dark, milk and white chocolate to drizzle over the top of the bundt.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 28, 2010
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