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Bread Crumb Cookies

Bread Crumb Cookies created by The Mock Duck

Turn your less than fresh bread into a cheap, tasty treat! You will not believe how tasty these are! Since I always have the ingredients I have played around with a few variations.

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  • Mix dry ingredients in large bowl.
  • Combine liquids and add to dry.
  • Drop by spoonfuls onto ungreased cookie sheet.
  • Bake at 350° for 10-12 minutes.
  • Remove from pan while still warm.
  • Cool on rack.
  • Variations: Mexican Chocolate Cookies: add 1 tsp cinnamon and almonds.
  • Cinnamon Sugar Cookies: omit cocoa add 1 tsp cinnamon.
  • Cappuccino Cookies; add 1 tsp cinnamon, and 2 Tbsp instant coffee.
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  1. Catherine1
    Awesome. I pulverized bread in Cuisinart and than sifted through a sieve to get rid of chunks. Added 1\2 cup of mini chocolate chips. Substituted 2 tablespoon of hills brother coffee mocha powder for some of the cocoa ( total 3rd cup between the two). Batter is thick. I hand rolled into balls and then flattened by hand. Made about 36 cookies. Awesome. Very chewey, like eating brownies.
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  2. The Mock Duck
    Bread Crumb Cookies Created by The Mock Duck
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  3. Mom2MMCJ
    These just turn out for me. My dough was too runny and so it made very flat cookies that wouldn't come off the cookie sheet. Flavor was good though.
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  4. WI Cheesehead
    I got this recipe from somewhere else (I think it's from Tightwad Gazzette) and used freshly ground w.w. pastry flour, w.w. homemade bread crumbs, Sucanat and coconut oil. They don't spread at all, but they are very good - like a previous reviewer said, chewy brownie like texture. I will try adding choc. chips next. It took 15-17 minutes to bake. The family liked them. Thanks for posting!
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  5. ladypit
    I have made a recipe very similar to this for years and we love it. For variety I started using pretzel crumbs as the crumbs and we love the salty/chocolatey combo. I have also used crused cereal with success. I used melted shortening but will move to oil the next time I make these. A wonderful use of leftovers!
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