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"These are good cookies and I think most people will like them. I will say this though, they are very cakey, from the amount of flour and leavening. Some will like that, some won't. It's not my personal preference but it's not a deal breaker. Thanks for the recipe, Bev. :"
Oct 22, 2008 on Food.com
"This recipe is quick and easy to prepare and you probably already have all the ingredients in your pantry. You don't have to make a giant mess either to just have some brownies, always appreciated. One of the things I did was to melt the butter in a a 9X9 glass Pyrex dish and then added the melted butter to the mixing bowl, that way the pan was a..."
Oct 16, 2008 on Food.com
"I needed to make a desert for a short notice potluck and had some Butterfinger in the freezer, hence the use of this easy recipe. This recipe is similar to a Tollhouse chocolate chip cookie bar with a few little tweaks. I can't say I really know what these taste like in total, as I didn't have one myself, just a little sliver. I can say that the c..."
Sep 1, 2008 on Food.com
"This is a very rich frosting and not for the faint of heart, but just a little sweet, more like that of a sweetened whipped cream, as opposed to an American buttercream of a grocery store origin.
As intimidating as this particular method may seem, it really is easy and forgiving, once you have benefit of experience, your own, as well as that of o ..."
Aug 26, 2008 on FoodNetwork.com
"I have made these a couple of times and while they are good in their own way, they just never make me inspired to make them a member of the permanent recipe collection. I find them just a little too spongy, almost a slightly more solid scone. I may be biased though, I am looking for the a recipe that replicates the round frosted cookies with sprin..."
Jul 8, 2008 on Food.com
"These are a great change from the chocolate no bakes. I use the old fashioned type oats, so my no bakes aren't always as delicate perhaps. For this recipe I used evaporated milk to replace the regular milk and I really enjoyed the results, smoother without a lot of added fat and as a bonus, extra calcium. I found that just spreading this out on so..."
Jun 16, 2008 on Food.com
"These are called Lemon Bars here in Yank territory and there are a number of recipes for them here on Zaar, along with variations. They become very popular mid-century, a classic at ladies' luncheons, church gatherings and anywhere else they showed up. Truly delicious."
Jan 7, 2007 on Food.com
"These are indeed great cinnamon rolls. I have used this recipe of Todd Wilbur's before, although I do my usual tweaking to get it just right. A comment I just got on one of these rolls was a very enthusiastic "exquisite, ruined me for other cinnamon rolls forever." Cinnabon uses Korintje cinnamon, which is a high quality cinnamon you can purchase ..."
Jan 3, 2007 on Food.com
"Really, you won't do any better than this recipe, really top notch for a number of reasons. These are what people say, easy to roll out, without the chilling time as well. The taste and texture is great, buttery, light and crisp without any crumbling or hardness issues. I like to add vanilla bean seeds scraped out of the bean to these, makes it th..."
Dec 21, 2006 on Food.com
"For North Americans contemplating what "Rice Bubbles" are, they are Rice Krispies in N. America. Looking at newly posted recipes, I came on this one and had to do a search on that, just so I didn't lay awake wondering just what the heck a rice bubble is, lol, so thought I would share the info."
Dec 20, 2006 on Food.com