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Rolled Stromboli and Monster Cookies
by Jes Mostek
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Empty the Cupboard Monster Cookies
by Jes Mostek
serves: 24

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  These monster-inspired cookies give you a little taste of everything in one cookie! Also, this recipe gives you the flexibility to choose the mix-ins you have on hand.
  2 c.   Peanut Butter, Chunky-Style
  1/2 c.   Butter
  1/2 c.   Crisco
  3/4 c.   Brown Sugar, firmly packed
  3/4 c.   Granulated Sugar
  4   Eggs
  1 tsp.   Vanilla
  1/2 tsp.   Salt (optional)
  2 tsp.   Baking Soda
  2 c.   Oats
  2 c.   Flour
  1/2 c.   Reese's Pieces
  1/2 c.   M & M's
  1/2 c.   Chocolate Chips
  1/2 c.   Coconut
  1/2 c.   Raisins, plumped
  Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

In a medium bowl, cream together peanut butter, butter, Crisco, and sugars. When well-combined and fluffy, mix in eggs, one at a time, and vanilla.

In a separate bowl, combine salt, baking soda, oats and flour. Mix dry ingredients into wet ingredients until well combined.

Stir in Reese's Pieces, M & M's, Chocolate Chips, Coconut, and Raisins. If you prefer different mix-ins, use your own creativity to keep it to 2-2 1/2 c. total of mix-ins.

Roll or drop 2-inch balls onto a cookie sheet. Thoroughly flatten balls of dough as cookies will not spread very much at all. Bake 15 minutes, or until cookies appear dry. Romove cookie sheets from oven and allow to cool on cookie sheets, to continue cooking for an additional 5 minutes out of the oven before transfering to a wire rack to cool completely.

Note: If you are using natural peanut butter, do not mix in the oil first-- drain off and discard the excess peanut oil.

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Rolled Stromboli
by Heidi Boatwright
serves: 10
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  easy rolled up stromboli
  1 bag   Rhodes white bread loaves
  1 bag   pepperoni
  1 bag   canadian bacon
  2 cups   mozzarella cheese
  1 cup   parmesan cheese
  2 tsp   italian seasoning
  2 tsp   dried oregano
  2 tsp   parsley dried
  2 tsp   garlic powder
  1. Loosely cover the frozen bread dough with plastic wrap. Allow dough to thaw a few hours at room temperature.
2. When dough is thawed it will puff up a bit.
3. Roll dough out to approximately 11x11 square. One frozen dough log makes one rollu.
4. Brush dough with olive oil or whatever cooking oil you prefer.
5. Lay pepperoni or canadian bacon on dough covering entire surface.
6. Sprinkle with shredded mozarella cheese.
7. sprinkle with parmesan cheese.
8. Lightly sprinkle with Italian seasoning herbs, dried oregano, and parsley flakes and garlic.
9. Start at one edge of the square, and begin to roll up.
10. Place rolls on greased baking sheet, leaving space in between.
11. Brush top with melted butter.
12. Bake right away at 375 degrees for approx. 15-25 mins
13. When done, let rolls cool and then slice
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