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post #16 of 52
Ok, wait , I think I wasn't very clear, I know I can't get ALL the flavors from one batch but I meat: you just need to change the flavoring to the desired flavor?
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post #17 of 52
I just change up the flavoring & you get an entirely new cookie
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post #18 of 52
Thanks for your help dandelion icon_biggrin.gif
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post #19 of 52
My dh loves the NFSC with raspberry extract. Same recipe miny, just use the raspberry instead of almond. (I use both vanilla and almond in my NfSC). So I still use the vanilla but add raspberry. They are yummy but most of my customers prefer plain ole vanilla sugar cookies.
I've tried orange also. Very good.
post #20 of 52
momkiksbutt,
I tried your grandma's recipe this weekend with raspberry jello and it was a hit...my family loved it and it was so easy so to make...thanks again for sharing....I will be making them again... icon_lol.gif
post #21 of 52
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Originally Posted by toleshed

just use the raspberry instead of almond. (I use both vanilla and almond in my NfSC). So I still use the vanilla but add raspberry.
I've tried orange also. Very good.



Mmmmmmm great idea toleshed, I don't really sell them so I can try a lot of different flavors, icon_smile.gif thanks a million for the tip. I just bought several different flavors of Lorann, can I use them or I need extracts or different oils? icon_confused.gif
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post #22 of 52
I use McCormicks raspberry extract. I have tried several different brands but always come back to that one.
post #23 of 52
I always use NFSC, but found that using McCormick Vanilla ButterNut flavoring has gotten the best compliments. I want to use different extracts with NFSC this year and see what happens! Thinking of doing large cookie favors for my class reunion next year, so have to find the best flavor that most folks will like.

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post #24 of 52
momkiksbutt, THANKS so much for the yummy recipe, I can't wait to try it.

This is a great thread, I always use almond in my NFSC recipe, can't wait to try the raspberry and the vanilla butternut!!!!! icon_wink.gif
post #25 of 52
I LOVE this thread! I can't wait to get home from work so I can give some new flavors a try. My MIL brought me 2 boxes FULL of new cookie cutters last night. Yippee! Guess what I will be doing tonight? icon_biggrin.gif
post #26 of 52
Miny, if you use Lorann's concentrates (the ones that come in 1 dram bottles) you won't need near as much as you would of an extract.
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post #27 of 52
Wow - what a great MIL Lisa2416. Lucky you.
momlittr - where do you find the vanilla butternut. That sounds awesome. I will try that one.
post #28 of 52
The McCormick vanilla butternut flavor is in the food stores, but not all of them. I cannot find it here in my neck of the woods in NJ, but found it in a food store in Florida and in PA where we go camping! Go figure! I know Lorann also makes a vanilla butternut flavoring, which is equally as good if not better. All this cookie talk, now I have to find time to make some!

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post #29 of 52
Geez Ladies, you all just had to go and post all these different flavors, huh?? Now i'll be makin' cookies for the next two weeks!!!
post #30 of 52
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Originally Posted by dandelion56602

Miny, if you use Lorann's concentrates (the ones that come in 1 dram bottles) you won't need near as much as you would of an extract.


Thanks, I'll let you know my favorite flavor soon, (around 4 lbs from today) icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
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