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20 comments:

  1. Could one substitute nutella or some other chocolate spread for the cream cheese in the Rhodes Gorilla Bread recipe?

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    1. I think Nutella should work. That would be delicious.

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  2. I stumbled upon your website today after searching for a stuffed French bread recipe, and I'm so glad I did! I pinned a few recipes and then said to heck with it and am now a Pinterest follower. Probably soon to be follower on every other social media site, too. Ha! I feel like your recipes will fit in perfectly with my family, and they all look deliciously easy. Perfect! Thank you!!

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    1. I'm so glad to have you as a new follower!! Thank you so much :)

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  3. Hello. I have just discovered your blog, and it is ah-mazing. I think I'm swooning from all the beauty. Will hopefully try some recipes soon but for now just wanted to say what a great work you have been doing!

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    1. Awww. . . thank you so much for your sweet comment!

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  4. Hi Jenn, I just found the wonderful looking peach bread recipe on Pinterest! I was wondering if the measurement would change if I used fresh peaches instead of canned. They are usually a bit juicier than canned. I just got some wonderful Palisade Colorado peaches and wanted to use them in the recipe.
    I just signed up for your emails. Looking forward to all you other recipes!

    Sharon

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    1. Hi Sharon, I haven't tried making the peach bread with fresh peaches, but I think it would work just fine. Even though the canned peaches are drained when making this bread, they are still pretty juicy. If you try it, let me know how it turns out. Thank you for following :)

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  5. Hi Jenn..question on the gooey cookies made with a cake mix. What size cake mix was this made from? I ask, because standard cake mixes are shrinking in size, over the years. Used to be 18ozs, then went to 16.5, now they are 15.25

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    1. That's crazy it's gone down so much. I use the current standard size of 15.25 oz.

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  6. Hi Jenn, how much extract should you put in the gooey butter cookies?
    Thanks! Hope

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    1. Hi Hope, you use 1/2 teaspoon of each extract. Thanks :)

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  7. on the red velvet cake roll, the white chocolate, is that chips for the bar of chocolate

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  8. Hi Jenn! I just want to say that you have the most wonderful recipes. My family and I are huge fans and nothing I have made from your posts has gone awry. I wouldn't have made it through this baking season without your amazing ideas. Keep up the great work. Many blessings to you and your family. Looking forward to what else you're baking!

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    1. You are so kind! Thank you so much for your sweet comment :)

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  9. Anxious to try your vanilla cupcake recipe. Can you provide instructions for baking this recipe 5,400 feet in altitude? Love your blog. Thank you!

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    1. Hi Debby, I'm at around 4600 feet in altitude, so I'm not sure that you would need to make any adjustments? I don't have much experience baking above that.

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  10. Love your French bread recipe, it IS the best. I have made it several times and it always comes out perfect, that's when you know a great recipe! Thanks for sharing it.

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    1. I am so glad you like it as much as I do. Thanks for letting me know :)

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