One Cookie

One Cookie created by Random Rachel

Simple recipe for when you just want a cookie or two, (and don't want a whole batch waiting to get eaten!) It is easily adaptable to most any flavor; and also great to eat as dough (no eggs). I leave out the baking soda and salt because I don't care if my cookie rises, as long as it tastes good.

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  • Preheat toaster oven to 350.
  • In a small bowl stir together butter, sugar, vanilla, and 1 tbsp of water with a fork till blended.
  • Stir in flour (and salt and baking soda if desired.) You may need to stir in a little more water to get the correct consitency.
  • Stir in additonal flavor: chocolate chips, oatmeal and cinnamon, peanut butter (reduce water,) maple flavor and white chocolate chips- the possibilities are endless!
  • Drop onto a small pan and bake in your toaster for 10-15 minutes (you have to watch it carefully) till golden around the edges. If you want it chewy, eat it warm, if you want it crunchy, wait till it cools.
  • Enjoy!
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"Simple recipe for when you just want a cookie or two, (and don't want a whole batch waiting to get eaten!) It is easily adaptable to most any flavor; and also great to eat as dough (no eggs). I leave out the baking soda and salt because I don't care if my cookie rises, as long as it tastes good."

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  1. Azias Mommy
    I just tried these cookies tonight. I quadrupled the recipe and added 1-2 tbsp cocoa powder and a few drops of mint extract. I used whole wheat flour and Splenda too. They took about 11min to cook in my toaster oven. They were good...perfect for a snack for 2. It made 12 small cookies. Thanks for an easy little snack!
  2. Prose
    That was the most satisfying after-school snack I've had since grade school. And the single-serving size is perfect since my husband is diabetic and I have no children. Genius!
  3. Random Rachel
    One Cookie Created by Random Rachel
  4. Xanth
    This is perfect! I never thought of making just one cookie. And I find that using this as a base you can test a new cookie recipe without having to bake the whole dozen. Thanks!
  5. vitalev
    Wow I loved this. I am a solo cook so this was perfect for me. This is probably common knowledge for people other than me, but make sure you use cold butter. The first time I made it, I used melted butter and it turned out like a nice litte cake (good, but not a cookie). The second time I used cold butter (well, marg) and it was a nice buttery sugar cookie. I will make this often!
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