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"I only gave this one star because it doesn't even come close to a snickerdoodle. It is a ginger cookie! The words came from my 5 year olds mouth. I even tried using cinnamon sugar to roll the dough in, but it still came out tasting just like a ginger cookie and nothing like a snickerdoodle. Very good cookie if you are looking for a soft gingery c..."
"Was not very happy with this recipe. I had to play around with it a lot. I had to use two cans of tomatoes, otherwise it would have been dry. There was virtually no flavor, so I added salt, pepper, and italian seasoning. Also, my family agreed that it would have been better to mix the cheese in with the gnocchi instead of putting it on top, then..."
"These were good, but not spectacular. I was hoping for a different peanut butter cookie, but these tasted just the same. Also, 15 minutes made them too crunchy for my liking. I will try them again with less peanut butter, and more marshmallow cream, and shorten the baking time. We'll see what happens."
"My mother also made these every year at Christmas. The only difference is, she added a teaspoon of vanilla after melting the chocolate and margarine. This is a very fast, fun, and tasty treat to make. The colors look wonderful on a cookie tray. Thanks for submitting this recipe."
"I used 3/4 cup applesauce in place of the oil, and added 1/4 cup flour, and 1 tsp almond extract. They turned out wonderful! Thank you for a great recipe!"
"I altered this recipe, and I think I have it figured out. I raised the flour to two cups, raised the baking soda to 1 tsp, I raised the temperature to 330F, and baked them for 13 minutes. They are slightly crunchy this way. The next batch, I will cut the brown sugar to 1/2 cup, and these are extremely sweet. Also, I didn't grease the cookie shee..."
"This recipe was extremely easy to make. I tried one piece by itself, and it was wonderful. I then melted chocolate chips with some orange flavoring, and drizzled it over the rest of the shortbread. YUM!! I will try a different pan next time, as I had a hard time getting the shortbread out without breaking it into pieces. Thank you for an awesom..."
"You should have named this something besides just "Cornbread"! Maybe Amazing!, or Awesome! I have now found my forever cornbread recipe! This was so moist and delicious, you didn't even need butter. I used light sour cream, because that is what I had. It would do better to cook at 350 for 40 minutes if in an 8" pan, but that was the only issue. Th..."