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Excellent cookies! We almost fought over who got to eat the last cookie! At least I can make more.
Yummy cookies! I had a single-serving box of Cocoa Krispies which was close to a cup of cereal, so I used the whole box and less pecans. These were perfectly cooked after 15 minutes and are great "dunkers" - have a cold glass of milk ready! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Ooooh! Another ultra yummy cookie recipe! DD has asked to make this again soon! I used the pecans called for, but reading the other reviews I want to try it with almonds now! I love the addition of Rice Krispies to cookies! Very nom nom!
Kids and i made these last night after dinner. They had fun helping me. Of course I was not aloud to put in any nuts, which I think I would have loved. However, even without them these were great. We ate way to many last night. I only got two dozen, but we enjoy a little bigger cookie. We will make these again.
The taste of these cookies is a very good nom indeed. The cookies ended up a little flat for me though. I'm not sure what went wrong. They weren't running off the sheet or anything, but they didn't look much like the pictures. I really like the taste of them though, so I want to play with the butter temps and maybe the oil in it. Made and Reviewed for Please Review My Recipe Tag - Thanks! :)
I made a half batch and put heaped teaspoons on and got 27 cookies which were promptly devoured by the DS's music recreation group (do believe there were a lot of nom nom nom's going on). I baked for 10 minutes at 155C in a fan forced oven and they were just right. Thank you 2Bleu (Bird&Buddha), made for Please Review My Recipe.
Well, i substituted sugars with honey, cocoa krispies cereal with spelt flakes and pecans with almonds but what i got was definitely nom, nom, nom!
I'm not sure if I did something wrong or if I was expecting something else, but they were flatter then I thought they would be. The flavor (and aroma) are wonderful though. Definatly great with milk!