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    Help with "No Bake Cookies" #142063

    internetnut
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 12:37 pm
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    I like this No Bake Cookies "No Bake Cookies". The only problem the corn syrup. I'd like a recipe exactly like it without the corn syrup. I can't have only 2 tablespoons corn syrup. Thanks christine
    Dee514
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:10 pm
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    If the Recipe Sifter (located in the lower right corner of the "Top Recipes" drop down box) is working properly, the following recipes do not contain corn syrup:
    no-bake cookies w/o corn syrup
    internetnut
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:31 pm
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    Thanks tried it earlier and only 2 ingredients out of 3 showed up and not the recipe I wanted or even close. I'll try these ingredients and see what I get. But I can't seem to figure out how to X out ingredients I don't want like you did with the corn syrup. Christine
    duonyte
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:37 pm
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    When you run your cursor over an ingredient in the list, there will be a green checkmark or a red slashed circle - green for the recipe must include, red for exclude.
    internetnut
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:50 pm
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    Thank you I will try that! Christine
    internetnut
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:08 pm
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    I did figure out what you suggested and was able to do exactly that, but corn syrup was still in some recipes and even though I x'd out chocolate cocoa powder remained and not one recipe. Maybe I should go with a corn syrup sub. instead. thanks so much christine
    pinky kookie
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 5:15 pm
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    Hi Christine,
    Maybe you can try this substitution instead of the 1 cup light corn syrup in the recipe:
    1 cup sugar dissolved in 1/4 warm water, or 1 cup honey instead of the corn syrup.
    Karyl Lee
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:34 pm
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    You should be able to make your own syrup and add the other ingredients to that and proceed as indicated, as pinky kookie suggests. Other ideas included using agave nectar, or maple syrup, or even a Tourani syrup of preferred taste.
    internetnut
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 7:35 pm
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    Thanks ladies! Considered the honey. I can use the sugar free kind. Just worried it would change the flavor. I may make a batch for family with corn syrup and sugar free honey for me. Thanks so much christine
    pinky kookie
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:55 pm
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    U R welcome Christine, and thanks for your response.
    Here is more info about cooking cookies with honey and sugar-free honey. Read on:

    "If you’re baking something like cookies or bread, I’d suggest you try the honey substitute.
    Honey, like corn syrup, is hygroscopic. Hygroscopic substances attract water molecules from the air. What this means for baking is that cookies and bread baked with honey rather than sugar will tend to stay softer longer".

    SUGAR-FREE HONEY -
    http://www.natureshollow.com/ecommerce/product/22/Sugar-Free-Honey
    Nature's Hollow sugar free diet "Taste Like Honey", is made with a great tasting healthful natural sweetener called Xylitol.
    Xylitol is a 5-carbon sugar alcohol that is ideal for diabetics and those concerned about sugar intake.
    Unlike sugar, Xylitol has a very low glycemic index, has fewer calories, and is good for your teeth. Enjoy this sugar free honey product on muffins, oatmeal, yogurt, or use it to sweeten your favorite beverage.

    SUGAR FREE RECIPES -
    http://natureshollow.ev1n.infogenix.com/recipes.html
    Karyl Lee
    Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:28 pm
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    Just be sure no dog gets into the cookies, xylitol is dangerous to them.
    pinky kookie
    Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:35 pm
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    That is a good information, Karyl Lee. I didn't know that. icon_rolleyes.gif
    internetnut
    Sun Dec 16, 2012 7:06 pm
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    Thanks ladies! I knew Splenda was a no, no for pets, so nothing with Splenda for my furry family members! Christine
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