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Old 06-29-2013, 10:09 AM   #31
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So I have made the cookie. It's in the oven. Wow MM you ate the whole thing.
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Old 06-29-2013, 04:43 PM   #32
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So I have made the cookie. It's in the oven. Wow MM you ate the whole thing.
Why yes I did LOL My daughter and I have the same problems when it comes to sweets, if we do not make single servings we can eat the whole thing!!!
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Old 06-29-2013, 04:49 PM   #33
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* F.Y.I. I purchased Capella graham cracker drops and added it to the graham cracker part of this recipe and it was fantastic. Less is best with these drop I only used 5 drops.
* Do not put a drop on your tongue to give it a quick taste, no no no...
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Old 06-30-2013, 04:20 PM   #34
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LOL really bad. I also forgot the butter in the filling. I would have used ghee. This is amazing to eat.I just had a bite without chocolate. I'm getting ready to make the chocolate.
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Old 06-30-2013, 07:56 PM   #35
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MM this is worth everything. Even forgeting the ghee it is out of this world.

You have a major winner here. I will put up a picture too. I go 21 cookies. YUM!!!!!
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Old 07-01-2013, 04:11 AM   #36
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MM this is worth everything. Even forgeting the ghee it is out of this world.

You have a major winner here. I will put up a picture too. I go 21 cookies. YUM!!!!!
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Old 07-01-2013, 11:20 AM   #37
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*A little update..
It was a little to hot to put the oven on, so I took the graham cracker recipe and put it in a fry pan for a few minutes. It came out really crispy and resembled coffee cake topping. Just be careful because it can burn easily ...and also I made 1/4 a batch today so I don't have to deal with the scale demon!!! ROFL
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Well I made 1/4 batch using the fried graham cracker crust... Truly yummy

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I recently tried the recipe with and without the polyd. Both recipes were wonderful but the one with the polyd. gave it more of a crunch... Love this recipe and it tastes wonderful if refrigerated or frozen
What does your recipe look like without it?
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Old 07-02-2013, 10:32 AM   #40
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The recipe looks exactly the same
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I ate in 4 days. This is so good.

I don't think you have to use the poly D. This time I doubled the recipe and changed it up a little. I put 2 T. of poly d in the cookie and 2 T. in the filling.
These are for my 4th of July offering for dessert.I gave some to friends @ chuech and my neighbor. Big thumbs up!!!!

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Old 07-03-2013, 05:31 PM   #42
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I ate in 4 days. This is so good.

I don't think you have to use the poly D. This time I doubled the recipe and changed it up a little. I put 2 T. of poly d in the cookie and 2 T. in the filling.
These are for my 4th of July offering for dessert.I gave some to friends @ chuech and my neighbor. Big thumbs up!!!!
So glad you liked it Next I am going to try to make a Ring Ding.
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Yum!!! Can't wait to try this!
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Old 07-03-2013, 06:10 PM   #44
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So glad you liked it Next I am going to try to make a Ring Ding.
Good for you a Ring Ding. I am thinking about what I can use for the middle.Hmmmmmm coconut cream whipped.
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Old 07-06-2013, 03:28 PM   #45
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I ate in 4 days. This is so good.

I don't think you have to use the poly D. This time I doubled the recipe and changed it up a little. I put 2 T. of poly d in the cookie and 2 T. in the filling.
These are for my 4th of July offering for dessert.I gave some to friends @ chuech and my neighbor. Big thumbs up!!!!
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I tried making these. I have a question on the first mixture. You say cook until very brown. So I did that but the mixture seemed very soft yet. I was thinking this will not break up this soft so I continued baking it which I did for about 15 minutes more, but then all of a sudden it was burned. Does it need to be crispy?
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I tried making these. I have a question on the first mixture. You say cook until very brown. So I did that but the mixture seemed very soft yet. I was thinking this will not break up this soft so I continued baking it which I did for about 15 minutes more, but then all of a sudden it was burned. Does it need to be crispy?
MM will come in and answer your question.

Mine was soft and when I mixed it with the filling it was great.I like it cold not frozen.
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MM will come in and answer your question.

Mine was soft and when I mixed it with the filling it was great.I like it cold not frozen.
Agreed it was soft but brown sorry you burnt your first batch
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I will try it again now that I know it doesn't need to be crispy. Honestly it was burnt and still was not crisp. lol
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I am making this today using almond butter.

I made an almond flour cookie the other day and used your technique and Torani's carmel sauce and chocolate . Amazing!!!!!
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@rosethorns: please post recipe for cookie
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@rosethorns: please post recipe for cookie
Which one young lady????

Almond butter cookie

1 c. almond butter ( I make my own using almond flour )
8 drops liquid sucralose
3 packets truvia
2 T poly d
1 egg
1 tsp. vanilla

Mix this all together and spread the whole thing on a cookie sheet.
Bake @ 350 for about 15 to 17 mins. until brown around the edges.
let cool then crumble up into a big heap.Put in a bowl , set aside.


Almond butter filling

4 T. melted butter
1 c. almond butter
2 T. poly d
1 packet truvia
4 drops liquid sucralose

Mix this together in a bowl really combined. Pour over your cookie crumbs and mix throughly . Now you can put this in a 8x8 pan & chill.

I use cocoa bars and melt , add sweetners pour over your cookies.

I love these cookies. So So good. I changed it a little for the other one but it's the same technique. There are a lot of possiblities w/ this.

Do you want the other one too MM ?
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I'm thinking of a coconut cookie with coconut butter in the filling. What do you think?
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Which one young lady????

Almond butter cookie

1 c. almond butter ( I make my own using almond flour )
8 drops liquid sucralose
3 packets truvia
2 T poly d
1 egg
1 tsp. vanilla

Mix this all together and spread the whole thing on a cookie sheet.
Bake @ 350 for about 15 to 17 mins. until brown around the edges.
let cool then crumble up into a big heap.Put in a bowl , set aside.


Almond butter filling

4 T. melted butter
1 c. almond butter
2 T. poly d
1 packet truvia
4 drops liquid sucralose

Mix this together in a bowl really combined. Pour over your cookie crumbs and mix throughly . Now you can put this in a 8x8 pan & chill.

I use cocoa bars and melt , add sweetners pour over your cookies.

I love these cookies. So So good. I changed it a little for the other one but it's the same technique. There are a lot of possiblities w/ this.

Do you want the other one too MM ?

YUM Keep them coming, ty
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Old 08-18-2013, 03:04 PM   #55
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I'm making coconut butter today. A coconut cookie sounds really good.

I also made a double recipe of the oringinal recipe. I like these too much.
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