I'm wondering if I can do anything with this paste I made...I'll remember just to pulse next time!
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What's the next step? Can you mix it into the rest of the ingredients for the crust and use it for the crust anyway?
Forgot to put my reply in the right place -- What is supposed to happen is you make cookie crumbs to press into a crust. I was thinking of baking a small amount and see what it looks like. But I think I've lost the cookie crumb texture.
What is supposed to happen is you make cookie crumbs to press into a crust. I was thinking of baking a small amount and see what it looks like. But I think I've lost the cookie crumb texture.
Well, they don't make half-bad cookies. They turn out kind of like shortbread or maybe even halvah --they have that sandy texture and of melt in your mouth.
Sounds good to me!
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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