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"These are so good, and very sweet! I was amazed at how much ganache each cupcake could hold, but still had quite a bit left over. The buttercream was very easy to work with and piped well, and it held its shape."
"These are very tasty, but I only got 12 smallish muffins out of this recipe and although I only baked them for 20 minutes, I should have probably taken them out after 15 minutes. Next time I will likely add some vanilla (personal preference)."
"I've made this a few times and it was great, but I thought it was missing the honey component that the restaurant's version has, so I added about 3 tbsp honey and it was much closer in both taste and consistency."
"When I first printed and tried this recipe it called for chive and onion cream cheese instead of regular cream cheese so that is what my review is based on. And these potatoes are fabulous! I make these any time I am asked to bring a potato dish to a potluck and people always rave about it. I make enough to fill a 6 qt crockpot with some left o..."
"I made these for an Election Day bake sale at my son's school, and the PTG president asked me for the recipe! I omitted the dried currants and pecans because I didn't have any on hand, and I drizzled the biscotti with white chocolate. Delicious dunked in coffee!"
"These are great for cookie exchanges or bake sales! I coat the rolls in the coloured sugars or sprinkles before the dough rolls are chilled so that the sugar or sprinkles stick to them better, but that's the only change I make. I only get about 100 cookies from a batch because I like my cookies thicker and softer."
"These cookies taste so good! The dough/batter is a little difficult to work with because it's sticky but they are so divine once cooked that it's worth it."
"Everyone thought these looked fantastic! I used a spaetzle maker to squeeze the dough out. I used my cookie scoop to place the dough into it and then squeezed each cookie out individually so that they were all the same size. I formed each group of stands into a loose brain shape and then used a plastic knife to separate the two hemispheres of t..."
"I used this recipe to make 201237, Decorated Cut-Out Cookies without Frosting, and it turned out great! The dough was easy to work with. I found the amount of almond extract to be too much because I'm not a fan of it, but others who tried the cookies thought they tasted yummy. Next time, I will likely either halve the amount of almond extract a..."