Usually, I use mayonnaise in my chocolate chip cookies. I just love the creamy flavor it gives them. However, many of my neighbors are strong advocates of putting Miracle Whip into chocolate chip cookies. I was just wondering if anyone on here had any opinions? Should I try MW? If it helps, I also like mustard and pickled plums in my cookies.
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We would love to help you out but as you can see this site is called 'cake central' not 'cookie central' - for further advice may I suggest you look to the appropriate site in the future. You could try the following website www,thecookiemonsteradvicesite,com for lots of helpful tips - good luck in your endeavour, sorry I couldn't be any more helpful.
ANo do NOT put MW in your cookies! They will start to grow mold in your oven. If moisture and a tangy flavor is what you want, use Worcestershire sauce. It's my secret ingredient in all my cookies.
Pickled plums sound tasty though, I'm going to start using that instead of raisins in my oatmeal raisin cookies! And mustard instead of molasses now that you mention it.
Key difference between Mayo and MW. (click if you think bodily fluids are hilarious, otherwise pass by.) http://.....
On second thought, pm me.....
There appearsto be some slippage happening between the alternate universes lately. Perhaps it has something to do with Area 51?
ASparkles scraped from resting vampires, that's what you want.
I'm so confused..........
!!!!! Me too!
you need to put the hair in the miracle whip, otherwise the chocolate chips don't activate.
I think the real problem is that it's only your hair in the oven... for best results you really want to get your entire head in there!
This person also posted a crazy comment in another thread about icing to hold cookies together. She's a silly gal! Great humor!
Some dried up toothpaste ought to do the trick. Did that once for my son's birthday party, all the kids loved it.
I just want it to be noted that I voted for only on Wednesday and it did not win. It should be only be on Wednesday that he eats the soup. Seriously.
Tell the man to eat the soup on Wednesday and you will have no more baking trouble. Ever.
ANone of these matter! The bigger question is HOW DO I PRICE THE COOKIES AND SOUP?!
AAre you legally allowed to sell these under the CFL? Is selling cookies in your business plan? :grin:
What's a business plan?
You better make your Miracle Whip from scratch...that canned stuff is not for really cookie people!
My question is: will the soup the man is eating be really moist?
AAlright so in order to find the answers you need I had my 18 mo old daughter spin around in circles and then I checked her diaper and it said "reply hazy, try again".
AHELP! So I followed the signature. I charged $20 for 2000 cookies and 4 cans of soup. I'm not a business I only get paid for ingredients. I gave the client the ingredients to bake the cookies but they fell down. Now they want a refund! HELP ME NOW!!
EDIT: Hold up! I thought this was the Lounge. WHEN did we get a cookie forum?!!8-O
Also, does anyone have a tried and true recipe for soup and pickled-plum cookies that they would be willing to share?