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March 10, 2010

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Jeff

West Wing fans should recognize the "we're out of pie" reference. Those four cookies lasted about 35 seconds after the picture was snapped.

bj

Kelly, you're pretty cool yourself for handling that situation of meet the mom! ;-)
Nigella's always a fave in this household.

The Beautiful Kind

As a person deeply mired in girl scout cookie hell, I can tell you I would prefer your cookies over thin mints. My daughter maintains that thin mints are "snobby" because they are so popular. She thinks tagalongs have a better personality.

nell

Those cookies look absolutely amazing, and I need to make them. Right. Now. Would a non-dairy butter alternative work with this recipe? I am a lactard.

Kelly

Nell, can you eat margarine? Because I'm pretty sure that'd be fine!

Colleen

I just made these cookies today. they are awesome. Family loved them.

Kelly

Go Colleen!

nell

Trader Joe's sucks, they stock no powdered sugar, peppermint flavoring, or margarine. So I substituted regular sugar that I pounded for a bit, strongly steeped peppermint rose tea, and Earth Balance.

Result: ghetto cookies and glaze fail. But they were tasty nonetheless! I plan to try again with a little more foresight and a trip to a bigger grocery store...

Brittpaints.blogspot.com

Oh these look good! I might just go make some in a minute. I do love the chocolate/mint combo!

Brittpaints.blogspot.com

Well I had no baking powder, but I made them anyway. The glaze really makes them yummy! They're delish!

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