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I made twenty-five of these for Christmas gifts and after the first one I realized I needed to put ingredients in in a different order. I put the flour mixture in first then the brown sugar packed it down really well then the white sugar and finally the M&M chips. It looked very nice and I was told by one of the recipients that they were the best cookie her family had ever had.
I made 14 of these for Christmas. I also layered the flour soda and salt then packed down the brown sugar added the white sugar and topped it off with the candy. I put them in decorated glass jars and tied the directions and a wooden spoon on with raffia. Everyone loved them. My brother just baked his up and ate half of them in one sitting!
this cookie wasnt bad. it was actaully pretty good but i would recommend to put the flour on the bottom brown sugar next baking soda and salt third sugar 4th and top with the mini candy coated chocolates. makes for a delicious cookie =D
I made these in a jar for my mother-in-law and then made a sample recipe to see how they tasted. I used peanut M&M's to make sure the flour didn't seep through the top. Didn't work. The presentation is not cute. They tasted horrible. They had burnt bottoms and came out flat. It broke apart like dirt when bitten. I crushed some of the m&ms to be sure they fit in the cookie and left the rest whole. The outer shells of the peanut m&ms' were burnt crusty brown and you could taste the burnt 'toasted ' peanut in it's place. The whole thing tasted like a burnt peanut butter cookie. Sorry Verushka but I will not make these again. I still however gave the cookie-in-a-jar gift to my mother in law. Jan NotSoModest
This looks like a nice gift when layering the ingredients starting with the flour. I was told that a sealed jar would last about 6 months but how do i seal it? I'd like to include shelflife on the labes. Thanks! =)
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