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Feb 22, 2010


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Diane {createdbydiane.blogspot.com}

I voted for them :) the shamrocks are so cute, I love them. You did an amazing job with the shamrocks, see if we were neighbors you could have just borrowed my many shamrocks cutters :) you are so cute!


Amazing! Mint chocolate is my favorite! No cookie cutter = super talented! WOW! Can't wait to see the segment!


What a fun St. Pat's treat! I'll have to dig out my cookie cutters!
Thanks for sharing!

bridget {bake at 350}

I can't wait to see your segment! These are so darling! You have the most creative and YUMMY ideas!


These look so pretty and fun and yummy. Ian loves mint and he loves cinnamon so looks like i'll have to give this one a go.

Can't wait to see your segment!

Joy Ellis

I will definitely be trying this out!! Love the shamrock idea!!


These look SO yummy - great job and lovely photography!


Looks so yummy! My dad's birthday is coming up and I make a wicked chocolate mint cake with draped chocolate over it. :) Makes me think it's a good idea to make this year!


They're beautiful! How did you make the shamrock cutter? xo


Those look delish! Great job Amanda!


Oh my goodness the mint ones look AMAZING!!! Seriously, I want one like NOW! :)


I like to visit your site just to drool over your creations! :) I'm just waiting for an excuse to try some out!


Yummy!! I love mint flavoring...I've been getting my fill via ice cream lately. :)
Man, I need to check in here more often. SO many great ideas all at once make my head spin. (in a good way)
You've got so much FUN talent in you!


You are nothing short of amazing in my book!


The shamrock! how cute!!!
Have a great week... and I'm following you daily!


These are great! I want to make them for my hubby and kids. How much and what kind of mint flavoring did you add? Thanks!


Now if you lived next door to me I could have lent you my shamrock cookie cutter! ;D Love it as always!

Jennifer Henderson

Oh no...
I am So grateful you found my blog but absolutely horrifed you'll come back tomorrow when I have a scheduled post going up showing my daughter's hideous birthday cake I made her on Saturday.

Hopefully you are as gracious as you are ridiculously talented.

Love your pictures and thanks for the comment,
Jen Henderson over at allthingshenderson

Jessica @ How Sweet

I really don't have any words when I come to THIS blog of yours, because your creations are so incredible. I know I've said it a million times, but you are so talented and these are gorgeous. They are also FUN. You know how to bake for everyone. I'm off to watch your clip - it's the only way I get to 'see' you in real life!! Maybe some day. :)

Amanda Sikes

My birtheday is on St. Patty's Day. Maybe I will make them for my birthday cake! I love mint and chocolate! Thanks for the wonderful idea that fits me perfect.

Paige Galla

I'm smitten with these sweets! Bravo on the homemade cookie cutter, it's a perfect shamrock! I adore the little cinnamon ones, too. What could be better than a triple layer cookie?! Thanks for sharing!


What a rock, Lady! You have one beautiful ring! The segment was awesome! You are so fun to watch! Maybe some more baking segments on your blog are in order! :) And...I didn't hear a single "um"!


Had no idea you were from Eden Prarie! I have two neices there.
Anyway, loved the video..you did beautifully. If you were nervous, you sure didn't look it!
Love your shamrock cookies. And the mint flavor filling is a super idea!


The shamrocks are adorable!


Beautiful!! Your co-host is pretty handy. You are too cute.




I love the green you chose.
So beautiful and look so yummy!

Andrea Antoline

How did you make the frosting/filling? I love mint anything and would love to make these for St. Patty's day...or maybe make the filling just to eat!


yummy, cute and festive!


What beautiful food photography! All that chocolate syrup looks so decadent!


cookies. with minty filling. shaped like shamrocks. garnished with chocolate and more cookies spiced with CINNAMON. what you created before wasn't the ultimate dessert, my dear. this is. :)

shelly (cookies and cups)

Last year I did the same thing...cut all the shamrocks out by hand, so not fun! I am still on the look out for a cutter!

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