For Two Small Cookies...

READY IN: 17mins
Recipe by NOOBchef

Yesterday I was struck with a baking urge but didn't want lots of cake/cookies/muffins lying around the house, waiting to fatten me up. So I made just two cookies! The whole recipe can made in a teacup (I used a plastic one). Feel free to double ,triple , quadruple the recipe without changing the time and temperature - I didn't change it from the recipe I adapted this from, and that was for 100 cookies.

Top Review by Dories Lori

These were really great made exactly as written - except be sure to flatten the balls down to a cookie shape. I made them a few times, and they didn't flatten on their own. Also, the cookies weren't that small... ;-) For my first attempt, I did it as written, except since my muesli had lots of fruit in it, I subbed chocolate chips for the raisins. I baked these as balls. Two things - they never flattened, and they didn't cook through. And, surprisingly, I did not like the flavor of the chocolate chips in there at all. (Although, it might be good with oats subbed for the muesli also.) I also tried a batch with cinnamon - also good, but not better, IMHO, than the plain ones. Good recipe, NOOBchef, plus GREAT concept!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees.
  2. Cream butter and sugar together - don't bother using a mixer , I just used a teaspoon.
  3. Add vanilla.
  4. Mix in flour, muesli and salt. If the mixture gets dry , add the water.
  5. Add the raisins.
  6. Roll into two small balls and place two inches apart on a piece of baking paper (a tray seemed too big). Flatten slightly with fork.
  7. Bake for 8-10 minutes.
  8. Leave for two minutes,then cool.

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