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could i turn a sugar cookie into another type of cookie?

Question by clueless: could i turn a sugar cookie into another type of cookie?
like, if i had sugar cookie dough, and i added canned pumpkin and cinamon to the dough, would they suddenly be pumpkin cookies? or if i added mashed banana to the dough, would they be banana cookies? or if i added oatmeal, wud they be oatmeal cookies? do u hav any other examples of this that wud work?
also do u think if i drizzled a baked sugar cookie w/ maple syrup it would taste good?

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Answer by Kathryn G
I have a recipe for Chocolate Emergency Cookies that started out as a sugar cookie recipe, but I’m in the process of mioving and the recipe is packed. You may contact me at gipsonfamily_wyo@yahoo.com and I will be more than happy to share it with you. Just give me a couple days.

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Can I turn my favorite cookie recipe into a “Cookies in a Jar” to give as gifts?

Question by momto3girls: Can I turn my favorite cookie recipe into a “Cookies in a Jar” to give as gifts?
I have a delicious Fruity Pebbles Cookies recipe that I want to give as Cookies in a Jar to my kids teachers as end of year gifts. How can I make that recipe into a Jar to give? I have looked at other Cookies in a Jar recipes but don’t know how to make mine work.
Thanks.

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Answer by Joan
Yes

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How can I turn 7 layer cookie bars into an actual cake?

Question by Drenaye: How can I turn 7 layer cookie bars into an actual cake?
My daughter loves 7 Layer Cookie bars, and wants me to make them for her 10th birthday next month. Problem is she wants it to be a cake and not cookies. Anyone have any ideas on how I can get all the components (butterscotch and chocolate chips, coconut, sweetened condensed milk, graham crackers and pecans) set up with a chocolate cake?

Best answer:

Answer by thejanith
Oh, man, that list sounds like ingredients for one whale of a good icing. Make your chocolate cake according to the directions on the box. You might include the buttersctoch chips and some of the nuts in the cake part itself. Stir the sweetened condensed milk and coconut and some of the nuts together in a saucepan and let it come to a gentle boil. Remove from heat. Let it cool, stirring occasionally. When it’s mostly cooled, stir in the chocolate chips and crumbled graham cracker pieces and spread it all on the cake. Yummification!

If she really needs it to say Happy Birthday, go to a party supplies shop or cake dec shop and purchase a plastic Happy Birthday to put on the cake. Some of them even come with candle spots built in.

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Q&A: Why does the chocolate icing on my Italian cookies turn to a light color when they dry?

Question by : Why does the chocolate icing on my Italian cookies turn to a light color when they dry?
I have been making Italian cookies for years. Every time I ice my Italian pizzettes with chocolate icing they turn a light color after they dry. I use Baker’s chocolate, confectionery sugar and milk.
Does that happen to anyone else? What am I doing wrong?

Best answer:

Answer by Nana Lamb
Maybe you are heating the chocolate too hot when you melt it. It does glaze with a whitish coating if over heated or burnt.

I use semi sweet dark chocolate, usually the bars or chips from Ghiradelli. Also I use water rather than milk so it doesn’t get too diluted by the milk.

http:/www.candy.about.com for more information on chocolate cookery

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