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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13, 2010 7:32 pm 
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mmm peanut butter chocolate pillows, I am making these tomorrow with a chocolate hating omni friend. I am going to BLOW HER MIND!

omg they're amazing

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13, 2010 8:18 pm 
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mmm peanut butter chocolate pillows, I am making these tomorrow with a chocolate hating omni friend. I am going to BLOW HER MIND!

omg they're amazing


They're dangerous for me to have around, I eat all of them. So good.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13, 2010 9:38 pm 
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I love the roll-out sugar cookies (sorry, I have no idea what they're actually called... you know the ones), the chocolate crinkles, Swedish chocolate balls, and the linzertorte thumbprint cookies. My daughter and I make the chocolate balls all the time.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13, 2010 9:46 pm 
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I can't wait for Christmastime ONLY because I get to break out VCIYCJ and bake up a storm!
My crazy family who thinks that the food I eat is weird LOVES these cookies! They have been talking about them since last year and are eagerly anticipating this year's cookies. I will not disappoint. I think I made at least 9 different kinds last year! Plus lemon bars and fig bars. And the brownies with cream cheese on top. Oh fork I can't wait.


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Just made the peanut butter oatmeals. Yumzer.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 2:01 am 
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And the brownies with cream cheese on top.

ohhhh yes, these are definitely on my list.

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icy, we make thumbprint cookies at Christmas rolled in nuts and with mint jelly inside - delicious.


good to know! i'm gonna go for it.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 7:13 am 
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semiautomatic wrote:
Meggs wrote:
And the brownies with cream cheese on top.

ohhhh yes, these are definitely on my list.

You will not be disappointed.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 7:56 am 
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semiautomatic wrote:
Meggs wrote:
And the brownies with cream cheese on top.

ohhhh yes, these are definitely on my list.

You will not be disappointed.
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Oh wow, I really need to make these.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:29 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar
PostPosted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 2:10 pm 
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I think I'm going to make the gingerbread cut out cookies at Christmas, does anybody have an icing recipe that I could use to decorate them with?


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I absolutely adore the carrot spices chewies. I make them all the time.

I try not to make them all the time, but it is true. They are really really good.


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I FINALLY made the peanut apple pretzel cookies. I LOVE them. I had NO control last night and ate 6 of them. Such a delicious sweet and salty combo. The texture is unusual and reminds me of a non-vegan cookie my Nana used to make that had dates, nuts and wine in them.

I'll be making them at the holidays again (if not sooner)!


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I FINALLY made the peanut apple pretzel cookies. I LOVE them. I had NO control last night and ate 6 of them. Such a delicious sweet and salty combo. The texture is unusual and reminds me of a non-vegan cookie my Nana used to make that had dates, nuts and wine in them.

I'll be making them at the holidays again (if not sooner)!


They're probably one of my favorite recipes in the book, and very omni friendly too!


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 16, 2010 11:52 am 
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Has anyone made the peanut butter pillows using a different nut butter? I would love to make them but one of my sons can't eat peanut butter. He can eat other nut butters like cashew and almond. We have a cashew/macadamia blend at home that I thought would be good.


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happy jo wrote:
I FINALLY made the peanut apple pretzel cookies. I LOVE them. I had NO control last night and ate 6 of them. Such a delicious sweet and salty combo. The texture is unusual and reminds me of a non-vegan cookie my Nana used to make that had dates, nuts and wine in them.

I'll be making them at the holidays again (if not sooner)!



They're probably one of my favorite recipes in the book, and very omni friendly too!


Ah! I've wanted to make these cookies from the moment I had this book, but I still haven't gotten around to it. I'm usually too lazy to buy special ingredients so I've pretty much stuck with the [flawless] chocolate chip cookies and the mexican chocolate snicker doodles.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 16, 2010 4:23 pm 
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Ok, so the chocolate chip cookie recipe is one of my favorite recipes (of all recipes), but does anyone else add extra flour? I usually do because the dough is quite wet, but I can't remember if I added extra the first time I made them (when I think they were bestbest). Mine are always good, but seem to come out slightly different every time.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 16, 2010 6:40 pm 
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Has anyone made the peanut butter pillows using a different nut butter? I would love to make them but one of my sons can't eat peanut butter. He can eat other nut butters like cashew and almond. We have a cashew/macadamia blend at home that I thought would be good.


I was wondering this too, not due to an allergy but just to mix it up a little bit.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 16, 2010 7:14 pm 
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Ok, so the chocolate chip cookie recipe is one of my favorite recipes (of all recipes), but does anyone else add extra flour? I usually do because the dough is quite wet, but I can't remember if I added extra the first time I made them (when I think they were bestbest). Mine are always good, but seem to come out slightly different every time.


I've had the dough turn out different on me. I think sometimes I don't measure the milk and oil super carefully. If it looks wet I just add a little flour. So far, despite the inconsistency of the dough my cookies have always turned out yummy.

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Ok, so the chocolate chip cookie recipe is one of my favorite recipes (of all recipes), but does anyone else add extra flour? I usually do because the dough is quite wet, but I can't remember if I added extra the first time I made them (when I think they were bestbest). Mine are always good, but seem to come out slightly different every time.


Mine have been different each time I've made them too. The first time was awesome, second ok, third not good. I've kinda given up on these for now.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 17, 2010 12:45 am 
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Has anyone made the peanut butter pillows using a different nut butter? I would love to make them but one of my sons can't eat peanut butter. He can eat other nut butters like cashew and almond. We have a cashew/macadamia blend at home that I thought would be good.

I made them with almond butter due to my mother's preference and they were fabulous.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 17, 2010 7:53 am 
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allychristine wrote:
Ok, so the chocolate chip cookie recipe is one of my favorite recipes (of all recipes), but does anyone else add extra flour? I usually do because the dough is quite wet, but I can't remember if I added extra the first time I made them (when I think they were bestbest). Mine are always good, but seem to come out slightly different every time.


Mine have been different each time I've made them too. The first time was awesome, second ok, third not good. I've kinda given up on these for now.


I worked at a daycare this summer, and I made them with them one time. They turned out great even though the kids are only like 8, and probably didn't do everything completely right :).


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Arisaig wrote:
Has anyone made the peanut butter pillows using a different nut butter? I would love to make them but one of my sons can't eat peanut butter. He can eat other nut butters like cashew and almond. We have a cashew/macadamia blend at home that I thought would be good.

I made them with almond butter due to my mother's preference and they were fabulous.


I would think they would be but you never know. I will try them later this week.


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allychristine wrote:
Ok, so the chocolate chip cookie recipe is one of my favorite recipes (of all recipes), but does anyone else add extra flour? I usually do because the dough is quite wet, but I can't remember if I added extra the first time I made them (when I think they were bestbest). Mine are always good, but seem to come out slightly different every time.


I used to add a little extra flour because the dough always turned out wet and oily (even though the directions say it should be "a little stiff"), but sometimes they turned out not quite right. Eventually I realized that if I follow the recipe as printed but reduce the oil to 1/2 cup, they turn out perfect.


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And the brownies with cream cheese on top.

ohhhh yes, these are definitely on my list.

You will not be disappointed.
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When I made these NO sharing happened. I ate them out of the pan by myself. And they lasted two days.

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