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    I became determined to learn how to make these after trying one from an organic grocery/health food store, they are simply delicious and quite addictive. This recipe does not require vegan marshmallows as one might assume, which is great considering that that would be immensly expensive. I made these earlier today and there are only two squares left! Enjoy!

    Recipe #465256

    My basic, very versatile chocolate chip cookie recipe. I make this quite often, and they turn out well whatever you put in them, for oatmeal cookies I substitute some of the flour for about a half cup of oatmeal, but of course tastes varry. While I was living in France my host family got me to make these every weekend. They turn out soft, make sure not to cook them to long (unless you like them crisp, which some do I suppose!)

    Recipe #438798

    I learned this recipe on an exchange I took to France last year, a specialty of the city of Nantes which in days long ago was a port where things such as rum, almonds, and slaves were traded. The icing was a bit strong for me at first, but I took a liking to it. It was a hit with everyone who tried it when I got back. The French really know how to cook from scratch!

    Recipe #426208

    4 Reviews |  By blanks

    These are quick and easy to make and taste absolutely delicious, great toasted or fresh out of the oven, perfect for breakfast. *I have made these and posted the recipe only afterward, they turned out well though it is true that the dough is fairly sticky. Applesauce and buttermilk are what make this recipe moist, so perhaps in substituting them lies the problem, as for flavour. It could be that my measurements need editing, in which case I will try the recipe again and correct it if necessary.

    Recipe #426011


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