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    Re: cookies!

    My favorite cookies, that I make, are gingerbread cookies. I like mine warm and soft with a big glass of milk. Gingerbread cookie dough just isn't that good to eat. I will eat chocolate chip cookie dough, but I actually don't like cooked chocolate chip cookies.
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    Re: cookies!

    mmmm... soft gingerbread cookies....forgot about those. yummmmm

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    Re: cookies!

    ok people, this changed my life:

    The other night I made brownie cookies. You use a box of brownie mix, and switch up the amounts of the water, oil and egg to make it the consistency of cookie dough. They look like cookies but taste exactly like brownies! It blows my mind! (The dough is delicious. I ate half of it before baking.)

    But seriously, it is way easier and faster than brownies in a pan. You only cook them 8-9 minutes instead of 30, don't have to wait forever for them to cool, don't have to tear them up trying to cut them, don't have to clean the brownie pan.

    1 egg
    1/3 c vegetable oil
    2 T water


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    Re: cookies!

    Quote Originally Posted by Aurora151989 View Post
    My favorite is oatmeal raisin

    and I think cookies are much better when cooked
    I like my cookies soft and chewy like chocolate chip cookies. I do not mind crsipy.Like Famous Amos. My favorite hard cookies are the MRE oatmeal cookies.
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    Re: cookies!

    Quote Originally Posted by emdash View Post
    ok people, this changed my life:

    The other night I made brownie cookies. You use a box of brownie mix, and switch up the amounts of the water, oil and egg to make it the consistency of cookie dough. They look like cookies but taste exactly like brownies! It blows my mind! (The dough is delicious. I ate half of it before baking.)

    But seriously, it is way easier and faster than brownies in a pan. You only cook them 8-9 minutes instead of 30, don't have to wait forever for them to cool, don't have to tear them up trying to cut them, don't have to clean the brownie pan.

    1 egg
    1/3 c vegetable oil
    2 T water

    mmmmm sounds good!

    I love my cookies soft and chewy as well, don't like crisp ones

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    Re: cookies!

    There used to be a cookie you could buy, I can't find them anymore. They were small round lemon cookies with white lemony powdered sugar all over them. I can't remember what they were called right now, but I miss those.

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    Re: cookies!

    Quote Originally Posted by MyOwnDrum View Post
    Who eats raw cookies? Ugh.

    I like my cookies thin and crispy. For health reasons, I avoid eating them but rarely.
    Well if the rarely type cookies bother you maybe if you baked them they won't be so rare and they will taste better and you will get to like them and will not have them so rarely!
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    Re: cookies!

    And warm from the oven.

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    Re: cookies!

    Quote Originally Posted by BamaBrat View Post
    There used to be a cookie you could buy, I can't find them anymore. They were small round lemon cookies with white lemony powdered sugar all over them. I can't remember what they were called right now, but I miss those.
    THey're called lemon coolers and in the south, they are only sold in the summertime.

    My mom makes these cookies with heath chips in them good. OMG, they are amazing.

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    Re: cookies!

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    Oh man licking the bowel of some fresh cookie dough, yummy. Toll house cookie dough is a double YUMMY
    Troof. Every time my partner makes his chocolate chip cookies, he always brings me the bowl when he's done.

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