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Classic Peanut Butter Cookies

Reviewed: Jun. 24, 2015
The Cookie Gods are happy tonight. You know it has to be a good cookie recipe when you are want to make them in the summertime. (We have a Hamilton Beach Countertop Oven that the hubby put outside for me. It holds standard size pans so my baking production is not slowed down. I can still spoil all the kids and not heat up the house.) Consider this option and handy tip for yourself. :) I agree with everyone else, this is a fantastic cookie. I added the extra 1/2 cup of flour, heaped my portion of peanut butter, added an extra egg and a good dousing of vanilla. Something else I did was barely mix it just until it was all moistened. Dragging a butter knife through it gently and occasionaly scraping the sides and folding it in on itself. Popped it in the freezer for about a half and hour and when I took it out I used two forks to simply lift our a generous tablespoon of the barely handled dough. When I fillled the baking tray, back into the freezer it went. I dipped the fork in sugar and gently presses the fork into the dough gently pushing the high spots and making the fork marks we all look for. :) I think handling the cookie dough as little as possible will give you an incredible texture that will drive everyone nuts and only wanting more. I baked them about 8 -10 minutes BTW just like everyone else. Have a good one --Jodi
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Fluffy Cake Doughnuts

Reviewed: Jul. 31, 2013
Very good. The family loved them. We all tweak the recipe a bit so this is my tweak...Used butter like every one else. Made the soured milk. Increased temp to's the reason why...I don't have donut pans so I made them in my muffin tins and made sure I only used about half a cup of batter per "doffin" (that is my made up word for half donut half muffin) baked for 12 minutes and dipped in butter then cinnamon sugar...yum. Thanks for a great recipe.
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Bacon for the Family or a Crowd

Reviewed: Jun. 15, 2013
This is the method that we use for our large family. It is a great time savor (get it savor!!!) and once you try this way of preparation you will never use the frying pan again!!! We also like to indulge in turkey bacon and we pop it in the oven too at 400 degrees for about 15 to 20 have to watch it though, it can easily burn...take the turkey bacon out just before it looks crispy and it will turn out perfect.
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Hot Water Chocolate Cake

Reviewed: May 30, 2013
This cake is excellent. Doubled the recipe (followed it exactly) so I used a 12 x 9 disposable pan and cooked for 45 minutes at 350 degrees. Had a little batter left so I also made 6 awesome cupcakes. (They became the samplers) Made the butter and powdered sugar with cocoa powder frosting that someone else had suggested. Everyone loved it!!! Warning-this cake is so good you are likely to go back for that second piece that you don't really need!!!
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