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Reviewed Maple-Walnut Trunks
"The recipe basics where good - however, finding Maple sugar was a challenge, so when substituting it, I used a whole cup of Grade A Maple Syrup.
Also, to give more of a maple flavor, I used 1/2 teaspoon of maple syrup in each tin instead of the 1/4 teaspoon the recipe called for.
Be sure to liberally spray grease - I used butter flavored - the muffin tins - this helps in release if you do not use muffin paper - which are not necessary. Only cook for 9 minutes, and cool for 4 minutes upside down on a cooling rack - the trunks should release themselves - do not let them cool all the way in the pan or you will have a mess on your hands!
For extra yummy goodness, sprinkle with confectioners sugar then lightly drizzle maple syrup.
Reviewed Whoopie Pies
"I had these pies from the dinner and couldn't wait to try out their recipe!
I have to say, unless, the pies are the size of a head, you can certainly cut the recipe in half. I used a half cup to measure each pie out and I had 16 pies - with enough batter for another 16 pies!
A lot of other people reviewed saying that the filling recipe is too greasy because of the shortening, that is an original whoopie pie that only true New Englanders would appreciate. Trying to serve these in the south, would seem to be a bit of a challenge so I added about another cup of marshmallow and it's proved to be just right!
These where a great hit!