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"I made these for the first time yesterday, after a miserable failure earlier in the week with another recipe. I followed the recipe exactly as written. They were a success. Both children (8 & 9) devoured 4 sticks each. I did have to bake them longer in order for them to have a toasted appearance. Another reviewer posted that when cutting the bread..."
"These were perfect! I made them with my 7 y/o. This is a perfect recipe for young bakers. The batch size is nice because many times I just want to make cookies in the evening for my family. However, it can be easily doubled. I increased the sugar to 1 cup (wanted them to be sweet) as suggested. I used my Pampered Chef scoop and the recipe yielded..."
"I used this recipe today on 3 of the carpeted rooms in my home. It did an EXCELLENT job! I can't believe how clean it got my carpets, especially the family room."
"I made a dry version as some other posters did. I absolutely cannot believe how well this works! I used 1 bar Ivory soap+1c Borax+1c Washing Soda. I actually made a triple batch because the soap came 3 bars per package. It was very easy. I grated the soap with a pampered chef grater, let it dry slightly and then put it in my coffee grinder to mak..."
"I have been making this cake for several years. I got the recipe from a TOH cookbook. I love it. Actually took it to my county fair a couple of years ago and won a 2nd place ribbon."
"This is the best peanut butter cookie ever. The only thing I did differently was used half butter and half crisco. I won a blue ribbon at the fair. This dough keeps very well in fridge if you don't want to bake all the cookies at once."
"Maybe my expectations were too high, but I just didn't think these were that great. My husband thought they were okay, but I ended up throwing half of them away because they didn't get eaten. This is not something I would bake again."
"These were delicious! The only thing I did differently was instead of rolling dough, I used a small cookie scoop to make dough balls and then flattened them before baking. It made larger cookies than the traditional thin mint, but it made it easier I thought."