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Old Wed, Apr-30-08, 05:14
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sooooo is it gross that I buttered mine when they came out?? I made the peanut butter variation a few posts up...

Extra butter is NEVER a bad thing!!
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Old Wed, Apr-30-08, 10:56
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Made these last night. Melted some unsweet chocolate mixed in a splenda and dabbed it in the center of the cookies. Was quite tasty. Thanks for the recipe Elle
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Old Sat, May-03-08, 13:36
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sooooo is it gross that I buttered mine when they came out?? I made the peanut butter variation a few posts up...



Uh...NO...it's not gross! Sounds lovely to me!
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Old Sat, Aug-30-08, 22:25
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OK so I made these today and they did not look like your pic. They kept there drop shape rather than flattening out. What did i do wrong?
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Old Sun, Aug-31-08, 05:27
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Nothing. In my directions it says they wont flatten out much so don't pile them too high
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Old Mon, Sep-01-08, 08:56
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oh ok. From the picture it looked like a regular cookie and it was flat. Maybe you shaped them that way. Also i made this 2 times and both times it had a weird after taste. Maybe i put too much of one of the ingredients. Has this happened to anyone. What do you think it could be so i can use less. Maybe the cream of tarter or the baking powder?
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Old Sun, Jun-14-09, 15:01
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I doubled the original recipe and entered the ingredients into Fitday. So for 6 cookies - the total recipe - here is what I got:

Grams Calories %-Cals
Calories 626
Fat 56.7 487 78 %
Saturated 18.3 161 26 %
Polyunsaturated 8.4 71 11 %
Monounsaturated 26.2 223 36 %
Carbohydrate 16.6 66 11 %
Dietary Fiber 5.9
Protein 19.0 69 11 %
Alcohol 0.4 3 0 %
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Old Sun, Jun-14-09, 15:18
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I want something sweet right now
that sounds great
thank you
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Old Mon, Jun-15-09, 07:21
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Thanks for bumping this up - I had forgotten about Elle's cookies and how good they were!
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Old Mon, Jun-15-09, 13:09
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in my first 1 week im so wanting some of these
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Old Mon, Jun-15-09, 13:11
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gee ill pay for some of these made and sent to me im so wanting these
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Old Tue, Jun-16-09, 20:11
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IM STUCK
i could not find most of this at the store , i know you posted a web site to get this stuff .
but i want it now.
and was very dizy today
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Old Sun, May-16-10, 19:26
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These cookies are GREAT!!! I used the original recipe posted and added a tsp. of cinnamon. They tasted similar to snickerdoodle cookies to me. I think next time I might add a cream cheese frosting to them. These make really good size cookies also.
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Old Mon, May-17-10, 08:45
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Also i made this 2 times and both times it had a weird after taste.
Splenda can do that. Try using a mixture of splenda and erythritol. Sometimes combining sweeteners cancels out the aftertaste. Well, unless its stevia. I can taste that in anything : blech :
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Old Sun, May-23-10, 11:22
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I don't have any packets of splenda.. so how much of the granulated one would I use? 2-3 teaspoons?
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