Posted: 4/25/2013 7:49:45 AM
"not socially responsible" ?!?!?!? really? what exactly is a socially responsible dessert/treat? mud pies? --these are actually good, you can adapt them to your own taste and they are quick, esp if you want to be a gracious host when unexpected company drops in (hmmm--is that socially responsible?)
Posted: 10/8/2011 10:15:15 PM
Sounds delicious and I'm definatly going to give them a try. :D
Posted: 10/7/2011 10:33:48 PM
Boy, I'm glad I'm not invited to a Christmas party at some of these folks homes. They must only serve vegetarian and a glass of water! I tried these and they are great! Nice change! Worth the effort! The word here is MODERATION!!!!
PS: Can we stick to REVIEWS after you make them or refrain from you nasty comments if you don't like this type of food. I don't like brussel sprouts so I can assure you I won't comment if I don't make them.
Posted: 10/7/2011 4:12:01 PM
Sound gr8! Can't wait to try it! LIVE A LITTLE PEOPLE!! MODERATION..WE all love a steak now and then..same concept applies here!! I'll Enjoy it then Get my A%^ on a treadmill! :)
Posted: 10/7/2011 3:44:03 PM
This is a wonderful recipe idea. Haven't tried it yet. However, I would put my own homemade cookie dough in this and not something pre-made. YUK! However, if you're in a pinch and need something different and quick the pre-made cookie dough is the way to go. For those who want to control the fats, etc, make your own dough. Simple. :-)
Posted: 10/7/2011 3:42:34 PM
People, we are supposed to be adults. So if ppl like or want this recipe it is on their on shoulders, Or tummy. And if they choose to buy the stuff to make it then Pillsbury will make some $ which is what they are about anyway. So for those of you who are gonna make this....... ENJOY !!!!! I will be too !!!! and so will my skinny 4 year old who eats better than me by choice. (Guess I taugh her right). Enjoy life, live it !!!
Posted: 10/7/2011 3:27:52 PM
First of all, Pillsbury has yet to come to my house and force me to bake or eat these so those of you giving out nutritional advice need to go elsewhere. These reviews are supposed to be about the recipe AFTER you make it! Not your opinion on the nutritional value. I get so tired of people who think their opinions on anything and everything is so important. They're not by the way.
As for the recipe, I cut the sugar by using Stevia and also only ate very small pieces at a time. They were okay for a special treat maybe during the holidays. Usually I do better with a recipe the second time.
Posted: 10/7/2011 3:25:49 PM
Okay so these are super delicious! My husband and I love them! As for the health freaks just don't make em =] but if calories is not an issue for you make em you won't regret it!
Posted: 10/7/2011 3:20:36 PM
Did anyone even make this recipe? It is a cookie, a treat, a splurge. Use your imagination, roll out the left over dough and make more cookies. Jeezzz!
Posted: 10/7/2011 3:16:58 PM
I am sorry to see so many negative comments. If a recipe isn't your cup of tea, why criticize it? Anyway, I made these and they were wonderful. My family loved them! I agree with dng7593 - they are a special treat.