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Cream Cheese Kolacky
I've made these for over 20yrs & couldn't find my recipe this year. While it's pretty much committed to memory I needed exact measurements. This one is close w/the exception of: salt, grated lemon peel & real vanilla. Not Grandma's added ingredients but mine & they make all the difference. Not that there is much of a difference but I always use unbleached flour. I quadrupled this, & baked them in a convection oven at 325 for 15 mins on aire-bake sheet pans. They melt in your mouth! Be sure to purchase homemade, real preserves for the hard work. I use cherry, apricot & seedless blackberry. Beautiful, w/sprinkled powdered sugar on my crystal platter. Merry Christmas & thanks.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 25, 2012
Avocado Egg Salad
This was a great way to reduce mayo in egg salad & give it a heightened taste. I used my own recipe but did reduce the light mayo, then added the mashed avacado which I combined with some fresh squeezed lemon juice. Used 12 eggs, 1/2 c mayo, one avacado, 2 Tbls Dijon, 3 Tbsl pickle relish & all my favorite spices plus S&P. Yes, you must add paprika & dill to make it perfect in my opinion! A dash of chipotle red pepper kicks it nicely. Easy & delicious. Served on bed of romaine & croissants to 10 people for luncheon. All loved. Thanks for the avacado idea!

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Reviewed On: May 7, 2009
Snickerdoodles II
These are very yummy! My six yr. old told me better than his favorite, homemade chocolate chip cookies. Big praise. I did use half regular sugar & half Splenda. I also used half butter & half shortening. I added 1/2 tsp. extra cinnamon to the dry ingredients, too. To hasten the cooking process I baked in convection oven at 350 so I could do two trays at once. They took about 9 mins. This is a keeper recipe.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 2, 2008

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