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post #31 of 35
I'm thinking of trying this.....does the MMF "bubble" at all if you put it on the cookie when it's warm? Also how is it in regard to cookie icing, I am not a fan of MMF but assume it's just as sweet. ??
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post #32 of 35
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I haven't had cookie icing so I can't compare. However, the mmf is sweet. It is soft when you bite into the cookie. It is not hard like royal.
Morgan

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post #33 of 35
Y'all are making me drool over the thought of these cookies! If I wasn't holding my 1-year old daughter who's sick with a stomach virus right now, I'd be in the kitchen baking some NFSC with MMF!!! Sounds so delicious!
post #34 of 35
Ok I did my cookies with MMF and they came out great! Thanks everyone!
Melissa
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post #35 of 35
I think the MMF was a wonderful compliment to the cookie - the cookie had 2 textures - crunchy (cookie) and soft (MMF). Although MMF is awfully sweet on it's own, it was wonderful with the cookie - it really didn't seem all that sweet.
Pastryjen

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