Perfect! Very similar to a very old dinner roll recipe my grandmother handed down. I used regular yeast, melted butter instead of oil, and regular flour with a 1/2 teaspoon of gluten added, all because those are the staples I had on hand. I used 1&1/2 teaspoons of salt as recomended below. The results were a soft pillowy high loaf w a slightly crip crust. I made it and ran out to work and on my way out the door my Mom who's visiting called out not to be mad if it's all gone when I return. Best loaf I've ever made.
My perfect CCC! Made it twice before reviewing. 1st time exactly as written and 2nd tweeted for my cravings. It's amazing both ways. Both times I mixed by hand as it's such a quick recipe to throw together. 2nd time, I added a single shot of espresso, toasted chopped pecans, and increased the salt a little. 5 stars both ways! Crispy edges chewy middles, not cakey at all. 17 min on parchment on Williams Sanoma gold non stick half sheet pan. Definitely let them cool on the pan then remove.
Scrumptious! Followed the rec as is until the end. This is a fluffy cookie dough and quite yummy even unbaked. I did refrigerate before rolling because I was finishing up baking some chocolate chip cookies, but then I kept it out in between batches and it rolled just fine. The only tweet I had to make was rolling the dough in a mixture of powdered sugar and cinnamon instead of granulated because I ran out. The cookies themselves are so good, just like my memories of childhood snickerdoodles. They puff up while baking and do flatten a bit after they cool but I found if I baked them an extra min they retained a little of the rise. Either way they are exactly what I want in a snickerdoodle. Can't wait to try w granulated sugar
First ever mug cake I've made and it far exceeded my expectations. I added a couple of those caramel filled wedge shaped chocolates from Trader Joe's but honestly it's yummy enough it doesn't need anything! Followed the rec. as stated exactly, nuked it 1 min 45 sec in my 1100 watt microwave. I will definitely be making this again.
When I want coleslaw this is what I want it to taste like. I use just a rounded tablespoon of sugar as we like everything a little less sweet than average. Threw in a pinch of celery salt (not seed). I’d love it exactly as written as well but this just customized it to us a tad. Used a bag of shredded green cabbage and a couple handfuls of shredded carrot. It’s perfect coleslaw.