They go flat and look kind of gooy and form 1 giant super cookie I make them the same way I always have but I still get the problem ime also kind of new a backing so pleas help
Asked by jake long 4 years ago
What i need is some recipes for cookies, using instant mashed potatoes
Asked by drwebster 5 years ago
I made an account two days ago, but can't sign in at home. I'm currently using my college computer, which logs in fine. Some other login problem posts mentioned cookies not being enabled, however Instructables doesn't seem to be trying to set any cookies. I set FireFox to auto accept all cookies, but when I check the cookie log, there are none from Instructables. Other websites work fine. I checked this computer and Instructables is setting cookies. I also tried IE7 and same problem. Anyone have any idea what's happening?
Posted by Goldfish300 9 years ago
Aha, now that I have pulled you in here, its time for me to explain exactly whats going on.Fungus Amungus, has been giving out alot of cookies. Hundreds almost. Its easy for one person to give out lots of cookies. But it easier for loads of people to give just the one cookie.So here is a call out to all you people out here able to give patches. Its a simple task.GIVE FUNGUS AMUNGUS COOKIESHis profile can be found here - Fungus AmungusCookie pictures can be found here and here, as well as hereI have already sent mine his way! Lets see just how many cookies we can give him.
Posted by gmjhowe 8 years ago
Hi, I'm trying to recreate the girl scout cookie called "All Abouts" They were discontinued some time ago. I'm sure the cookie bit is a form of short bread but I'm not sure what kind of chocolate or fudge to use or even how to apply it on to the cookie like the image I attached. It doesn't need to be 0 trans fat like the image. Any help would be appreciated, thank you so much.
Posted by Travpena 3 years ago
I've turned off acceptance of all 3rd party cookies in my browser. Because of this, I am not able to post a comment to anyone's Instructable. I get how analytics help drive your business, so you need to use a server based solution vs using client-side (using 3rd party pixel.quantserve.com click/data capture) to do so [I'm accepting cookies from your domain]. Blocking 3rd party cookies is pretty common. [Mozzilla was even considering making it the default, before enough lobbyists have complained that Congress sent a letter to Mozzilla asking that they not do that] Accepting the quantserve cookie, as a REQUIREMENT for commenting is just not kewl!
Posted by ZacWolf 4 years ago
Why do my cookies always flatten out.? I've done everything from room temp butter,room temp eggs. left batter in ref. over night. beat with my kitchen aid and also by hand. I've used real butter, margarine and butter flavored Crisco. My sisters have watch me and said I do everything they do and can't figure it out. I want thick cookies not flat.
Asked by bortolus 7 years ago
Can a cookie be linked to my ip address? i kow my ip can be traced but can i be linked to a cookie placed on my laptop by a website
On the prize page for the cookie contest the third prize is listed as 3-Piece Stainless Steal Mixing Bowl Set. there is a small spelling error. i do believe that it is a 3-Piece Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl Set. Homonyms will get you. Or am I wrong and these bowls are "Hot"?
Posted by Verdann 6 years ago
I was trying to reproduce an error reported by Adrian Monk. I followed the logout link, which took me back to the Home page and removed my "You" tabs from the masthead. However, when I then followed a link into the I'bles Web site, my "You" tabs were back, and I'bles thought I was still logged in!I had to remove all I'bles related cookies by hand in order for the logout to really take effect. The logout action should remove those cookies automatically.
Posted by kelseymh 9 years ago
ANY kind of Arts and Crafts or cookie item is acceptable, they have all sorts categories. I just can't decide which ones I should pick. I also have about a month to do the project. Thanks!
Asked by cheeriokate 6 years ago
It's April 5 and I was hoping to show my instructable off tomorrow. Will it be officially published by tomorrow afternoon, 130 EST? Thanks.
Asked by LeslieLouie 2 years ago
It's a sweet, sticky, meringue-like candy that's made w/ egg whites(?), nuts, and honey, I think.
Asked by happi cat #71 7 years ago
Hey, I'm wondering if anyone else is having this problem. I use Firefox 3.6.16 at work, and since last Friday have been getting this message on the main index page: The page isn't redirecting properly Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete. * This problem can sometimes be caused by disabling or refusing to accept cookies. I have all cookies enabled. I've disabled them, refreshed, logged out, rebooted, and reeneabled in so many combination's that my head now hurts and my computer is dizzy. I had another tab open to an 'ible, and am able to browse through various forums that way (thus I'm able to post this), but whenever I go to the main index page I get this error. I tried using Internet Explorer (shudder), but it just gives the ever-helpful "can't connect" standard IE error message. I haven't tried using FF4 yet (I have that running at home).
Posted by RabidAlien 7 years ago
Instructables.com never recognizes me from one visit to the next. Every time I click on a link in an email (unless I already have instructables windows open, and I'm logged in) it doesn't know who I am. Granted, this is bordering on a feature request, but I do think that it should be considered a bug. Since pretty much every other website that isn't a bank account recognizes the user, I would call it a bug unless there is a reason for forcing the user to log in on every visit. Thanks EDIT (Aug 21, 2012): I was using Windows XP with Firefox when I had this problem, and it was consistent for at least a year across different machines. Since posting this question, instructables hasn't asked me to log in again! Maybe it's because I switched to Chrome a couple of days ago, or maybe it was just me. Since this is not a typical, please never mind.
Posted by geneorama 5 years ago
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Posted by lemonie 9 years ago
Just always wanted to know... Coz now my cookies are stale :(
Asked by amann.nagi 9 years ago
It's not a big secret that I really like cookies. I often make double or triple batches just so that I have plenty to give away to friends and coworkers and neighbors and whatnot.But hey! Now with patches I can give all of you a cookie! It'll be a patch, but if you want one just make a new comment below asking for a cookie and you'll get one! UPDATE: Over three dozen cookies given out so far. If you want one, let me know soon as the cookie jar will close at 4:30!UPDATE 2: OK, since so many of you asked so nicely after the cookie jar was closed I opened it again this morning to give out some more. But that's it! It's now done for good!
Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago
I want to make cookies with a particular design on them, but I'm not sure I can figure out how to form the right shapes.
OK, I have more cookie patches to give away! If you want one, all you have to do is leave a new comment below asking for a cookie. That's it!I have lots and lots of cookie patches, but the cookie jar will close at 4:30 pm! So let me know soon.Patches will start to go out around noon.
Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago
I followed this recipe very closely and my oven was preheated. The cookies were the flattest cookies you could imagine and wet and oily.
Asked by flyingblindonarocketcycle 5 months ago
Hi! About 6 moths ago I was visiting family in Germany, and my uncle had these weird cookies (well not really weird, unusual) called Non Stop! Caramel http://www.smildebakery.com/assortiment/cookies/list/?s=157&p=/sweet/&f=all/ Now, I live in Finland, and these cookies aren't available here, so I was wondering if anyone had ever tried to mimic these or had some suggestions what recipes would work. I don't have a lot of free time, so trying out a hundred recipes is not an option. There is another thing. Since then, I have also become a vegan, so if I were to find these in a store, I couldn't eat them, so I sorta need to do this myself. So if anyone has eaten these cookies and knows a recipe for something in the same direction, or can make up a copycat recipe, it would be much appreciated. The recipe doen't have to be vegan btw, I can convert it myself. Thanks in advance, - Kalle
Posted by tie-dye productions 4 years ago
For the last 3 times I have tried making chocolate chip cookies, the first round that I slide in the oven has come out completely tasteless and textureless. No light buttery taste, no vanilla taste, not even a vaguely burnt taste. And they aren't crispy or chewy either. They're definitely cooked all the way through, and I follow the recipes exactly. The 2nd batch normally turns out slightly better, but I couldn't tell you why. I am a rather bad cook, but that doesn't explain why all the cookies suck. :P To quote one of my friends, "This will haunt me for the rest of my life. I don't know how to even describe this cookie, as there is nothing to describe about it." My mother once made a vague comment about the temperature of the oven, but I'm still not sure how to fix it. It's probably not the recipe; I've used several different ones that are all fairly standard and similar.
Asked by -Salamanda- 3 years ago
What's this? Another batch of cookies? Sweet!Well, I have a fresh batch of cookie patches to give away and to get one all you have to do is make a new comment asking for one.Act fast, because the cookie jar closes at 4:30 pm PST.UPDATE: I just gave out a batch of cookies at 11:00 am. If you did not get one yet it's because you didn't ask for one. Yeah, I'm being a stickler like that today. Still 5.5 hours to go!
Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago
Several regular users, including myself, have noticed an annoying bug in replying to comments. The two comments before were copied from the same Forum topic, and were made about 1 minute apart. As you see, the second comment has the same image attached as the first, even though gmjhowe did not select add image the second time.This bug is easily reproducible. Reply to a comment in either a forum topic or an I'ble, and attach an image. Now scroll around and reply to a different comment on the same page. You'll see your image appear when you post the second reply. The error, I believe, is that the cookie(s) created by I'bles to save the sate of the first reply is not completely erased when the user completes the posting. The information about attached images is preserved, and leaks through to a second comment on the same page.The workaround I have found turns out to be really simple. Leave the page (for example, by using the Back feature of your browser), and return to the same page by following a hyperlink. Don't just use the browser's Forward feature; that will preserve state and the bug will occur. By following the link to the page "fresh," I'bles will erase the previous cookie completely, and create a new one in anticipation of what you might do on the "new" page.It would be good if Rachel or somebody could fix the cookie-handling bug so this doesn't continue to happen. It's a real pain if you've just written a long second comment, possible with formatting, and then find unexpected images attached to it.
Posted by kelseymh 9 years ago
I see recipes once in a while, like this one, where they don't use flour. I know it is easier, but does anyone know the taste difference in flourless recipes? Is it not worth it to do flourless?
Asked by Penolopy Bulnick 5 years ago
Asked by Apple Rule 9 years ago
I am looking for a recipe that duplicates the one on Good Morning America. I think it was a Dr. Seigle talking about the cookies. Six a day and then eat a reasonable evening meal. Supposedly this cookie contains amino acids and is the weight loss answer to the universe. I just want a reasonable facsimile to make for my family. Anyone?
Asked by trkingsley 8 years ago
The cookie jar is open for the next day and a half. If you want a cookie, just follow these instructions: - Make a new comment - In 10 words or less write what your dream project is - Submit it before 4:30 pm PST, July 21.You don't need to ask for a cookie, you just need to put out your idea with 10 words or less.So... what's your dream project?UPDATE: The cookie jar is cloooooooosed! Thanks to everyone who posted a comment of their dream projects. It's always fun to dream and dream big. All of the cookie patches have been given out. I said 10 words and I meant it. I'm a stickler, I know, but I will be giving patches out again in the future 'cuz you're all awesome and it's fun.
Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago
I don't know if most people can read their own cookies.Today when I signed on instructables with a clear cache , I got these cookies:consumerist.com SESSID_GANJAconsumerist.com GANJAUSERSETTINGSApparently ganja means smoking pot. Why give me those cookies?Here are some other cookies I think stink.ACIDBASEROLL ( who's being "wicked ... in High places"? Everybody must get stoned?)doubleclick.* (tracking cookie)hitbox.* (tracking cookie)2o7.* (tracking cookie)KIDYMD paypal.com (when I haven't been there)RU4 (are you for... as in RU4 86? what are you for?)test-loyalty (do you like Bush?)lucky# geoinfo (where are you now?)FLASH9 (hidden)I will post more sneaky looking cookies as I get them. I can't remember more now.If anyone is a truthful expert on cookies, share more clues.dttd://CMD MSG 41387 04551.70280 ETX (user defined protocol)
Posted by VIRON 10 years ago
I've been making chocolate lava cakes and they start to get boring after a while. I'm going to try to bake soft cookies now to see if I can find a cookie recipe with a soft cookie texture so does anybody know any things where instead of just pure chocolate I can make a cookie crusting for the chocolate lava cakes? Just a small amount to press against the sides and bottom. Usually serve it with vanilla ice-cream.
Posted by rexdino5 7 years ago