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Yesterday morning I made a lot of cookie dough but managed to bake only the disasterous peppermint chocolate. Today I baked those really great Ice Cream Sundae cookies, some Rolo Chocolate
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Re: More cookies - oh, happy day

posted at 12/13/2010 6:53 AM EST
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Thank  you Barbara ..... I'm such a fan of parchment but I sure would not use it under my hotter-than-boiling peanut brittle mixture.  For that I use buttered foil on cookie sheets setting on a pile of kitchen towels.

Re: More cookies - oh, happy day

posted at 12/13/2010 9:07 AM EST
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I have made these they are awesome and parchment will work very well.  Aluminum foil also works but parchment is much less likely to stick.  Horrid if you get a little piece of aluminum foil stuck on a piece and the "lucky" recipient happens to have an old filling!
I have also used saltine crackers once I even used cinnamon grahams they all work very well.
Similar recipe in a Paula Deen cookbook, Just Desserts, it is listed as Pine Bark but it does not have the nuts.  I like the addition of the nuts.
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