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Cookie Dough Delights: More Than 150 Foolproof Recipes for Cookies, Bars and Other Treats Made with Refrigerated Cookie Dough Paperback – May, 2004

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"...seems like homemade--although it's much less trouble...adults will probably like…these cookies as much as the kids." -- St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri) July 14, 2004

"Cookie Dough Delights will change your outlook...ideal to turn to when you need quick cookies..." -- St. Petersburg Times (Florida), July 14, 2004

...a nearly foolproof way to end up with a great dessert for a picnic, barbecue or alfresco dinner party. -- New York Daily News 6/23/04

...as we paged through...we found ourselves first intrigued, then hooked. Many of the recipes are unexpectedly sophisticated... -- Boston Herald 6/9/04

About the Author

Camilla V. Saulsbury is a food writer, food scholar, and recipe developer. She has won numerous national recipe contests, including the grand prize at the National Chicken Cooking Contest and the 2006 Build-a-Better-Burger recipe contest. Her recipes have appeared in Southern Living, Better Homes and Gardens, Vegetarian Times, Cooking Light, Sunset, and other cooking magazines. She lives in Texas.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Cumberland House (May 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1581823932
  • ISBN-13: 978-1581823936
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 7.1 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #621,764 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Kudos! Great book, especially for the occasional baker. I love love love the lemon ginger gems (soft, you add crystallized ginger 1 package 3-ounce cream cheese, lemon zest to sugar dough). I like more innovative cookeis like that and the coffee toffee bars and pretty much all of the cheesecake creations throughout the book. The rest of the gang in my house can't get enough of some of the simpler ideas (my husband can vouch for the fluffer nutter choc chip cookie sandwiches: peanut butter and marshmallow fluff sandwiched between chocolate chip cookies--so easy and so YUMMY!) and the big cookies you can make and decorate like a pizza--big kid favorite.

Hope there's a follow-up book, becasue I'll get it.
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I am so thrilled by this book. I love the Cake mix doctor books and 101 things to do with cake mix book, too, but honestly I am more of a cookie baker/eater. I always have at least 1 or 2 tubes of the refrigerated cookie dough in my freezer. Never thought about "doctoring" them before I found this book online. Made the toffee chippers and blackberry cheescake bars for the weekend after receiving the book--absolutley perfect and so easy. I agree with the previous reviewer that this is a great one for kids, too. My son had a great time helping to make the toffee chippers
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A great book, one I might not have found out about were it not for my cookbook-fiend friend who spotted this in the Jessica's Biscuit catalog. So I ordered it and am so pleased. Here are some of my favorites that are truly exceptional cookies:

*Blackberry Cheesecake Bars

*Chocolate Truffle Bars (author recommends using sugar dough, but seeing as I am a chocoalte fanatic, I made them with choc. chip dough)

*Madeleines (yes! easy and so good. Kept well, too)

*Toffee Apple Drop Cookies (outstanding--you make them by adding toffee bits and dried apples to sugar dough. I dipped one end in melted choc as recommended and gave them as a gift. Huge hit so I made them for myself, too.)

*Cookie Tiramisu

*Peppermint Snowdrops

*Frosted Double Apricot Cookies (HEAVENLY!!!!!!)

As mentioned above, I am so looking forward to adding these new favorites to my Christmas cookie gift plates. This is a wonderful cookbook all around--a rare gem!
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This cookbook is a real treasure. The recipes are delicious, the writing is friendly and reassuring, and the directions are easy to follow. I strongly urge new bakers, in particular, to give this one a try-you can make some wonderful recipes without being intimidated. One of my new favorite cookies has only three ingredients (chocolate chip raisin cookies laced with cinnamon). I bought one tube of dough (on sale for $1.89) since I already have raisins and cinnamon-in short time I had about 2 and 1/2 dozen cookies that tasted better than what I could buy at my local coffeehouse. And the house smelled wonderful, too.
I agree with a previous reviewer that this could be a fun one for kids-just finished ordering copies for my godchildren who are getting curious about baking.
Another thing that I am excited about with this book, and is something that the other reviewers have not mentioned, is that it is good for people who live solo (or perhaps empty nesters or other couples) who do not want to be tempted by having dozens and dozens of cookies around the house. I gave the book to a dear friend shortly after receiving mine (she still likes to do some occasional baking) because I know that she buys the tubes of cookie dough on occasion to satisfy her sweet tooth. She is thrilled with the book and has already made HALF batches of two of the recipes (don't have to worry about halving the leavening as you might if making from scratch).
I have quite a few tried and true cookie recipes that I will certainly continue to bake, but I am tickled with this cookbook and the thought that I can still get my cookie fix when I'm feeling a bit lazy. What fun!
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This is a cookbook I really do use--a lot. I like some of the very easiest recipes in here, especially the variations on the chocolate chip cookies. They really taste unique. A friend of a friend who worked as a pstry chef thought the peppery ginger chocolate chip cookies (they have cryst. ginger and pepper mixed in) were brilliant and wanted the recipe--thy're that good. Smart ideas, smart book, worth the money.
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I picked this up in a local Borders out of curiosity (and a bit of "are you kidding me? A whole book on cookie dough?"). But was very pleasantly surprised. This is an excellent cookbook, I would describe it as a thoughtful cookbook (far more than an assemblage of recipes). The writing is quite charming (the notes at the top of recipes range from insightful to amusing) and the introduction is a great explanation of cookie how-to without being too pedantic--a nice combination to reach both experienced bakers and newbies (I fall somewhere in the middle). I have prepared two things so far: the mandarin orange & marmalade tart (heavenly--very easy, made for supper party) and the coffee & cream white chocolate chunkers (ate 5 in one sitting--very dangerous). This is one that will not get dusty on my shelf. Delightful!
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