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  1. I LOVE all your details!!!!

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  2. What a great cookie. M&M's make such a great add. Cadbury gems look like a great substitution….makes me think about popping in some Reese's pieces. Lovely recipe.

  3. Hi dear!
    Thanks for leaving such a sweet comment on my blog! I love the pop of color coming thru in the cookies, the pink is just perfect! I could eat a dozen of these!! xo -Taj

  4. Dear Aarthi, These ccokies look soft and delicious. It is so nice to find a good cookie recipe. This also is so versitile. You can change the M&M;s to whatever you like.
    Thank you so much for your visit and your kind comment. I will look forward to your visit again.
    Blessings, Catherine

  5. @chitraj.hegde..I have not tried this without eggs…I think you can use some thick curd in place of eggs…Hope that works..try that and let me know how it came…

  6. Hi arathi, i tried this two times, first time it came out perfect but second time the cookies were flat! Is it because of the baking soda/powder? My friend says if you keep it unused for long time after opening it might loose its rising property! Is it correct?

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