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"I used this recipe for Thanksgiving rolls, and they were fabulous! I just let the bread machine run on the dough setting, floured my hands, shaped the rolls (about 14 per batch, and let 'em rise about 40 minutes before baking at 350 degrees. They rose nicely and were soft and tasty. I'll use this recipe over and over."
Nov 25, 2005 on Food.com
"I decided to try this recipe because I'm on a low salt diet, and the amount of sodium in a piece is fairly low. Wow, is it good. I took this to my parents' on Fathers'Day, and my double batch was gone before I knew it. This is a definite make again. Thanks, Bev. "
Jun 22, 2005 on Food.com
"Easy and quick to make and definitely chocolaty. I prefer a cookie that is a little chewier. I do think I will try this recipe again and add chopped nuts. "
Jul 1, 2004 on Food.com
"I, too, remember these cookies from my elementary school days. They're really easy to make and so yummy! I took a double batch to a teacher workshop, and it was a real hit. I've made it into both bars and "drops" and have to say I prefer the bar method. I just press it into a pan while it is warm, invert it onto a cutting board, and cut it into..."
Jan 1, 2004 on Food.com
"Super pie! Easy to make with a great taste. I cooked the filling in the microwave, stirring with a wisk every couple of minutes until it thickened. At a family gathering, every bite was eaten with rave reviews. I'm planning on making 2 to take to a luncheon at work this week. This is a recipe I'll use over and over."
Feb 16, 2003 on Food.com