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Recipe Reviews
Raw Buckwheat Strawberry Cookies
3 star rating
“If you’re a fan of strawberries and healthy ingredients, then these are the cookies for you! Not only do these cookies look pretty and delicious, but they are naturally sweetened by dates. However, if you would like to sweeten these guys up, feel free to add a couple tablespoons of maple syrup or honey. To be honest, I did not care much for the texture of the buckwheat and that’s one of the reasons why this cookie is only getting three out of four stars. This could have been better corrected by slightly processing or chopping the extra buckwheat used in the recipe. Something I was rather pleased about was the overall moisture. At first I thought these cookies might be a little dry but I was pleasantly surprised as I took my first bite. I was also a little fearful they would be too chewy to eat but they were the exact amount of chewiness I enjoy in a good cookie. Finally, the strawberries were a perfect touch to top it off.  I would definitely love to make these again but experiment with different fruit pieces. Overall, I definitely would recommend this recipe to all-natural food lovers everywhere!"
Cookie Dough Cheesecake Bars
4 star rating
“My favorite dessert when I attended summer camp as a child was a yummy scoop of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream from the camp store. On the 4th of July, my mother always made a delicious cheesecake from scratch. When I found this recipe, it was as though my childhood was mixed into one and I just had to try it immediately! I was not disappointed. This ultra-delicious-melt-in-your-mouth treat was perfect in every way possible. First of all, the ratio of cheesecake to cookie dough was just right. The cheesecake was not too sweet and it certainly did not need the extra sugar when there was sugar in the cookie dough already.  In addition to the sweet factor, the texture was very light and smooth. Let’s move onto the cookie dough. The biggest issue I run into in regards to any cookie dough is that when I bite down, I feel the granules of sugar. Call me picky but I can’t stand crunching down on something that should be well-mixed. Guess what? I didn’t have a problem with this cookie dough. Just like the rest of this recipe, it was perfect to me. So with that being said, try it out! You will not regret it.”
Jell-O cookies
2 star rating
“I’m going to be completely honest with you guys, the title may not sound appetizing but these cookies aren’t too bad. Initially when I baked these, they were so terrible that I contemplated finding a new recipe to review. After a couple of handy-dandy Google searches, I found that I made the mistake of using vanilla extract instead of natural fruit extracts that complemented the individual flavor packets of the Jell-O. Yuck. Not making that mistake again. So in round two, I used the cherry, orange, lemon, and lime extracts and the cookies turned out a lot more fruit-flavored than my disaster cookies beforehand. In terms of texture, these are definitely not as soft and smooth as your average cookie. I would recommend not leaving them in the oven any longer than the recommended time because it will drastically change the outcome of your cookie. The reason I am giving these cookies two stars is because they are easy to make, have a fruity taste, and are really fun for kids to bake and eat. If you ever need a solution for a colorful cookie, this recipe will suit you just right.”