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oldies but goodies
Monday, October 5, 2009
yay! it's round-up time. i love so much reading your posts and seeing all the photos of your cookies...and your families enjoying them.
the sad truth (or is it happy?) around here is that i'm the only one who eats coconut. so, i had all these bad boys all to myself. yes. this is dangerous. i forced myself to freeze a bunch.
i thought they were yummy. my only complaint, if you can call it that, was the layer of chocolate. i'd like something chocolatier in flavor, but also more of it. maybe i would double the chocolate part next time.
i'm running out of time today, so if you are interested in the recipe, click any of the links below as most people have the recipe as part of their post.
anyway, on to you all.....please alert me to any mistakes--i did this one quickly! THANKS everyone!
the fabulous holly of Phemomenon is back rockin' the september cookie. she had this to say, "What did I love about these cookies? Pretty much everything." me too, man, me too. read her post here.
sallie of My Sister's Kitchen played along this month for the first time! read her post here.
tami of Tami's Kitchen Table Talk offers a good note, "I thought that they tasted much better once the bars were completely cooled." read her post here.
carol of No Reason Needed had this to say, "Super easy to make with a great taste to boot, these cookies hit the spot." read her post here.
christine of Whimsical Bakery participated this month. read her post here.
jackie of Food Wanderlust had this to say,"I could have though enjoy just the black bottom part by itself!"chocolate lover! read her post here.
jacque of Daisy Lane Cakes played along this month. her photography is always i treat in itself! read her post here.
june of Sweet TheraPie thinks the chocolate layer could use doubling. i like that idea, i have to say. read her post here.
tiffiny of Bake-Off Flunkie has some really sweet process pics in her post.... read here!
carrie of Carrie's Sweet Life was not blown away by these, but she's a trooper and i love it when she participates. read her post here.
Candy Girl called these "a must try for coconut lovers." i have to agree. and i do loooooove coconut! read her post here.
leah of Lllovelies. read her post here.
steph at Plain Chicken has a suuuuuper cute blog! read her post here.
rachelle of Mommy, I'm Hungry! read her post here.
tessa of Cooking Chemist admits she would not have chosen this recipe on her own, but ended up liking the bars. it's a goal at the Carnival to get us all to try new things! so yay! read her post here.
pamela of Cookie with Boys takes her cookies the gym. hmmm..... read her post here.
april of Abbey Sweets said the topping was "kind of like a Mounds candy bar in brownie form." sound like goodness to me! read her post here.
natalie of Snowbell Jewelry has (in addition to beautiful cookie/bars) some really puuuurty jewelry for sale! read her post here.
karen of Karen's Cookies, Cakes and More made these into cupcakes! brilliant! read her post here.
stormie of Bite-Sized Baker played along this month. she has a suuuuuuper cute blog! read her post here.
cindy of Them Floyds participated for the first time this month and being the only one in her family who likes coconut, she had these bad boys all to herself. read her post here.
kim of Kim's Kitchen Kapers is new to the Carnival. read her post here.