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"Definitely one of the best chocolate chip cookie recipes! Unfortunately, I ran out of brown sugar after 1/2 cup, but using white sugar turned out fine. Otherwise I stuck to the recipe and I'm glad I did! I got 42 good-sized cookies out of this yummy recipe! Thanks for sharing!"
Jul 13, 2010 on Food.com
"WONDERFUL recipe! I scaled it to make just a single batch and it turned out great! I made up the pancakes with the dry ingredients as stated, subbed Splenda, added a dash of Vanilla extract and completely forgot the egg when I mixed up the wet! lol. And they still puffed up and came out beautifully. For the record, I usedI banana, 2/3-cup AP flou..."
Apr 10, 2010 on Food.com
"I wanted to try something other than boiling shrimp and baking scallops and this was a hit! You do want to be careful with the chili flakes if you're not into too much heat--definitely no more than 1/2 tsp (maybe even a little less. I did increase the chicken stock as per others' suggestions--I used 1/2 cup stock, and 1 tbsp lime juice. I didn't ..."
Jan 11, 2010 on Food.com
"For a denser brownie omit the egg and melt the chocolate chips prior to their incorporation. This makes a delish cakey brownie as written tho!"
Jan 2, 2010 on Food.com
"I used all white flour instead of wheat, and a tartar/soda combo instead of baking powder--but the basic recipe is awesome! Very soft/chewy, just like a snickerdoodle should be! Thanks for sharing the recipe!"
Mar 18, 2009 on Food.com
"Really needed something more. I made these with a few subs (an oat/wheat flour blend, and maple syrup for the honey and they were just... blah. Tried to dress them up by drizzling carob sauce on top and even then they were pretty bland. They dogs were happy for a nice "chocolate" treat though, so it wasn't a complete toss-out."
Nov 30, 2008 on Food.com