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"It took me a few tries to get this right. Made a few changes in this last attempt. I used bread flour, unsalted butter, and I reduced the amount of filling. What a difference the second rise made! They turned out moist and very light...yummm. (my first few tries were a bit on the dense side.) Thank you for sharing."
"I made these for our neighborhood officers ... it was a hit : ) I started out just drizzling the glaze but found I had to put a bit more in the center to hold the bacon in place. Thank you for sharing. I think I'll make this for our next office party."
"Onolicious! Before today, I would have said I didn't care for blueberries but I had to taste one to make sure they were good enough to give to some of Honolulu's Finest : ) These were easy to make. Next time I'll put more cookies on each sheet as they didn't spread out very much. The only things I did different was to cut th..."
"I don't normally eat the cookies I bake except to taste ... I must have eaten at least six of these! I didn't have any raisins so I increased the cranberries. I also reduced the sugars (both) and added dark chocolate chips. I did not top the cookies with cranberries. This is going to be added to my favorites. Mahalo for sharing this o..."
"I would give this a 5 for flavor and a 2 for appearance ... using portabella mushrooms. It had a wonderful flavor but came out a creamy dark gray color (not very appetizing). I'll try it with a different mushroom next time or the same if I can figure out how to prevent that color from getting picked up. It does have a truly wonderful taste. Th..."
"The first time I made these it wasn't as chocolatety as I expected...also not very chewy. So the next time I added pure chocolate extract to it ... it really made a difference in the flavor. If you like crispy cookies...make these small (like 1" scoop size, about the size of a cherry); I got around 72 1-1/2 to 2" cookies. 2" scoops will make them ..."
"It was delicious! This was the first time for me to make a pot pie...the instructions were very easy to follow. I had some puff pastry that needed to get used so I used that for the top and bottom crusts. Next time I'm going to use lower salt ingredients, make the pie crust and maybe add some mushrooms, peas and whatever else comes to mind. Th..."
"Just making it into the TOH cookie book says something about this recipe and this one was a catagory runner-up to the winner. I personally prefer a crisper cookie on the chewy side but these were pretty good. They taste even better the next day. I will be making these again. Mahalo for sharing : )"
"I made a few changes in making these; I added coconut extract and only used 3/4 of the sugar. I had decided not to make these again because they were so sweet and so hard to coat nicely (probably my inexperience coating). Anyway, to make a long story short, everyone raved about these so much that I'll have to make them again. They even offered to ..."
"I'm rating this based on the reviews I got at the office. This cookie had people who don't normally snack eating it and several had more than one. I pretty much followed the recipe except for a few little changes. I used the Snickers Almond, 3/4 c sugar and 3/4 c brn sugar (not packed). I also didn't put as much dough around each piece of candy...."