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"I won't leave a star yet as I couldn't get them out of my pan! I also tried putting it on tin foil (after finding that 'trick' online but still couldn't get them out. Next I'll try pan spray. I did try parchment paper once and that worked OK. I also read a tip that said to leave it for 24 hours before cutting as that reduces stickyness. It w..."
Aug 7, 2012 on Food.com
"These were OK. They were very easy but they did seem a bit....flat. Some of mine that I had worked more (the scraps I kneaded together then cut out others seemed to raise better. Also-I didn't know how thick to roll. I left them for about 1 hour and they were MUCH better than only 30 min. Texture ended up OK though. Much over 1 hr rising was..."
Jan 23, 2012 on Food.com
"VERY easy and I received rave reviews at church. I didn't get the chance to try one but everyone loved them. SPRAY your pan well!! Mine did stick in a few places. I stired in about 1/2 cup of milk chocolate chips into the brownie mix and about 3/4 cup marshmallows before baking, then added more on top. You can never have enough of a good thing..."
Sep 25, 2011 on Food.com
"These were great! Easy to make and tastey! We made the recipe both ways (1/2 of the batter we added Reese's Pieces and the other half we added 1/2 cup of mini morsels. They were both good but we preferred the ones with the Reese's. I used my cookie scoop and I found you had to 'smush' them down as they didn't spread while baking. Thanks!"
Jul 10, 2011 on Food.com
"This was pretty good, very easy! We made it in bible school with kids ages 6 , we put evertyhing into the bowl then I used the dough hook to mix. I found it had better flavor the next day. It also seemed to need .... more. We felt that a bit more honey or salt of possibly molasses would have been good. It was a very tender dough so it was dif..."
Jun 16, 2011 on Food.com
"These were easy and really tastey! I made mine all the same shape (a rectangle for a flag so I simply molded the dough into a large rectangular block, wrapped it with saran wrap, and put in the fridge. Then after a couple of hours I took it out and sliced them with a knife. It worked awesome! I did use her icing, I actually simply dipped them..."
Apr 6, 2011 on Food.com
"I LOVE these! I first had these in high school and was forced to try them. It sounds like a weird combo but yummy! I can't make a plate unless I have somewhere to take them or I will eat them all myself. I usually use ham and baby dill pickles. I usually make sure my cream cheese is room temp so it spreads easier. I've also used cream cheese..."
Feb 18, 2011 on Food.com
"This was an OK cookie. I was hoping for more of a brownie cookie, this was more of a chocolate short bread. Not the sweetest cookie but the mint filling was outstanding! It was still a good cookie, just not as sweet as I'd hoped. :D"
Feb 6, 2011 on Food.com
"These were quick, easy, and good! A brownie in cookie form which was nice as it was portion controlled : I agree with Pyke, I baked for 11 min and they were OK but a bit crunchy. 10 would have been perfect. My dough was not dry at all, I used a 9x13" brownie mix (which said it was 19.?? oz . Thanks!"
Dec 12, 2010 on Food.com
"Easy to make, I baked it right away. At first I put everything in then mixed and saw large globs of shortening yet. So I re-did it and put all of the dry ingredients in with the shortening and mixed then I mixed in the eggs, milk, and other dry ingredients. I used sour milk (lemon juice and milk."
Nov 17, 2010 on Food.com