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1  COOKING / Dessert / Perfect Mint Brownies! on: March 25, 2004 05:22:05 PM
Okay... i got an awesome little trick... but.. try to keep it on the low down... but, hey, i am posting it on the internet.

Okay.. so... make your favorite brownie recipe. When you take it out of the oven and its still really hot... put those "Andes Mints" on top and spread it around. Then stick it in the fridge for the mints to harden. 1 pkg. of Andes Mints can cover a 9x8 or 8x8 baking pan of brownies.
I recomment using one of those cake frosters to spread the mints on the brownies because a regular knife is kinda hard with the pan in the way and such... or... i haven't tried this, but you could do squiggly designs all over the top, it'll just be less minty.

OR... if you forget or something and let the brownies cool before putting mints on it... you can melt the andes mints in the microwave and spread them on the brownies. When doing this, i recomment dunking one end of the brownies into a bowl of the melted Andes Mints.

Enjoy.  Smiley

Ah yes... thanks to my friend Pat for being
uber-clever and actually being the one to come up with such an idea. It's changed my life, heh.
2  COOKING / Dessert / bananas? on: March 12, 2004 10:29:00 PM
Hi- does anyone have any good recipes including rreeaallyy ripe bananas? I never eat bananas in time and i'm sick of making banana bread all the time. Have any suggestions??
3  COOKING / Dessert / Kitchen Sink cookie ideas on: March 01, 2004 07:29:45 PM
I bake a lot of cookies. A personal favorite are the "kitchen sink" cookies that I have been adding ingredients to over the years (they call them kitchen sink cookies because everything that could possibly be in them is in them... kind of like a kitchen sink, clever eh? heh, i didn't come up with it).  Grin  Cheesy
 I use any basic Oatmeal cookie recipe and once all ingredients are in, here's some possible extra ingredients i have come up with:

chocolate chips
white chocolate chips

things i have yet to try in them:
christilized ginger
dried cherry's
golden raisins
other nuts... almonds? peanuts?

Anywho... Do you have any other ideas for things to put in kitchen sink cookies?
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