FABULOUS! Chewy and Good! This is a very popular bar which does not last but one day in my home! Great for a snack. The peanut butter flavor comes through well and you have the choice to put in raisins or chocolate chips!
From Nigella Lawson's How to be a Domestic Goddess. NOTE: I made these for the first time yesterday and would like to give some tips. You may want to use a bit more salt, perhaps 1/4 tsp. as a pinch was not enough, and I'm not a heavy salt user. Also, after you've added the hot water and mixed it all up, you may want to let it cool down for a few minutes so it will be easier to handle.
My friend Judy Montagu has a cooking column in the local English paper (I may have mentioned that before). Baking well without margarine has become something of a holy grail here in Israel, and we're always on the lookout for a recipe without those bad-for-you fats that actually works. In Judy's last column she's finally found a cookie worthy of posting. She credits her friend Alice Jonah for the recipe.
This healthy snack is not just for diabetics. It's a nice light snack for everyone. I made them for my 4-H project that I took in today to the county fair. I received a Blue Ribbon on them. Make sure you use an artificial sweetener recommended for baking.
Such an easy thing to make. These are so good with a big glass of milk or a steamy mug of hot cocoa. I have even added chocolate chips and crunched up peanuts. The dough can be also used to make Thumbprints.
These are some cookies that I made for my SIL when she was having issues with fibre in her diet. She was encouraged to have oatmeal and so I tried to find her a "good" oatmeal cookie. This was attempt number two. This recipe is adapted from The Fannie Farmer Cookbook. I have included two versions of a great cookie. When I make the cowboy cookies, I make them BIG.
I found this recipe in a collection of recipes from a ladies group cookbook. I looked very interesting in that you preheat your oven and when you have panned your cookies you put them in the oven and turn off the oven for the night or during the day until the oven is cold.
Posted in response to a request for a recipe using granola. I ran across this recipe in a Bed & Breakfast guide. I have not made this so I'm guessing the prep time. Recipe courtesy of The Southern Hotel Genevieve, MO
I can't remember where I got this recipe but it is very good. Handy to have them in the freezer The touch of cayenne with the cheddar gives a nice zip. You can, of course, also serve them right out of the oven after they rest for 10 minutes
This is a family favorite that I have been making for years. It's the most requested oatmeal cookie recipe I've ever made. I found it somewhere years ago, but have lost the source. The secret is soaking the raisins which makes all the difference.