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        12-10-2012, 11:15 PM
      #41
    Trained
    Copy n pastin ASAP!

    You are sooo nice for typing that all out! Thank you!
    You know, I could try 100 recipes out of books before I found the ones, at least I know these are tried and true!
    Really appreciate it!
    First attempt this weekend, keep an eye out for desperate pleading I need your guruiest help PM's!!
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        12-17-2012, 10:22 AM
      #42
    Trained
    Well, didn't get as much baking done this weekend as I'd have liked. But I got these done! Yummy, took them to a party and they got annihilated!



    One "cousin" "stole" a baggy full mid-party. Woo hoo! Nothin makes you feel better than a compliment and theft!

    Be prepared for some awesome gingerbread and Christmas tree muffin photos... Brittney917 I'm stealing your decorating ideas!
         
        12-17-2012, 11:45 AM
      #43
    Super Moderator
    *licks screen*
    YUM!
    Bars with fruit and creamyness are my favorites!
    Is creamyness even a word?
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        12-17-2012, 12:04 PM
      #44
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by FlyGap    
    Well, didn't get as much baking done this weekend as I'd have liked. But I got these done! Yummy, took them to a party and they got annihilated!



    One "cousin" "stole" a baggy full mid-party. Woo hoo! Nothin makes you feel better than a compliment and theft!

    Be prepared for some awesome gingerbread and Christmas tree muffin photos... Brittney917 I'm stealing your decorating ideas!

    Go for it :) I haven't baked much since my snowmen but the other night on Pinterest I found a peanut butter fudge recipe so I made it however I did a really poor job cutting it into pieces so with the leftover mess I rolled balls and dipped them in chocolate and added some chocolate sprinkles! Not very festive but still good.
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