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Thread: Chocolate chip cookies

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    Quote Originally Posted by meanmom View Post
    I have been trying to chew gum while I bake Christmas cookies to help me stay out of the dough. It helps because the mint taste in my mouth ruins the taste of the dough.
    What a great idea!! I'll make sure to avoid chewing gum as I bake.

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    Me Too. I have been puttinG off making Christmas cookies because I CANNOT EAT JUST ONE!!!!!

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    I ate so many last year, I decided not to make any this year.......yet!!
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    Have you heard that if you add a package of instant pudding to your cookie
    mix, they will stay soft longer? It works! I have used vanilla in most of
    mine, but you could use other flavors too. They do this with cookies at
    the school lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap41 View Post
    Have you heard that if you add a package of instant pudding to your cookie
    mix, they will stay soft longer? It works! I have used vanilla in most of
    mine, but you could use other flavors too. They do this with cookies at
    the school lunch.
    I didn't know they stayed soft longer, but the recipe I have for choc chip cookies calls for pudding and I think it's the tastiest recipe I've ever tried. Now I can't wait to try the recipe I found that includes candy cane pudding (yes I actually found some at the store) and white chocolate chips, with crushed candy canes on top. Yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish View Post
    I didn't know they stayed soft longer, but the recipe I have for choc chip cookies calls for pudding and I think it's the tastiest recipe I've ever tried. Now I can't wait to try the recipe I found that includes candy cane pudding (yes I actually found some at the store) and white chocolate chips, with crushed candy canes on top. Yum!
    Please post the recipe - that's teasing to just TELL us about it!

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    Yes they are soo good. Also someone had a cheese cake recipe on here that used blackberrys and blackberry brandy for topping. Can someone repeat the recipe please and so do you leave the seeds in? Thanks for any help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray View Post
    Please post the recipe - that's teasing to just TELL us about it!
    Ok here is the recipe I found. I have NOT tried it yet, so I can't say if it's good. I've also seen a few variations floating around, one used chocolate mint M&MS instead of candy canes and white chocolate. If you google "candy cane pudding recipe" you should be able to find a few different recipes.

    http://momscrazycooking.blogspot.com...es-day-12.html

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