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Wheaties Cookies

These are my all time favorite cookies. My grandmother has been making these longer than I have been around! I believe that her mother got the recipe on a trip to California. Be sure not to brown them, you DO NOT want to over bake them. The yield is approx along with the servings, the recipe is so big!

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  • Cream the butter and sugars.
  • Add eggs one at a time.
  • Add vanilla.
  • Continue to cream while you combine all the dry ingredients, minus the Wheaties and chocolate chips. Run a whisk through to incorporate everything.
  • Slowly add flour mixture to wet ingredients.
  • Using a wooden spoon and some elbow grease, pour in the Wheaties and chocolate chips and combine.
  • Drop onto lightly buttered (that's what Grandma did!) cookie sheet.
  • Bake at 350°F for approximately 8 minutes or until very light brown. DO NOT OVER BAKE.
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"These are my all time favorite cookies. My grandmother has been making these longer than I have been around! I believe that her mother got the recipe on a trip to California. Be sure not to brown them, you DO NOT want to over bake them. The yield is approx along with the servings, the recipe is so big!"
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  1. knobbyknee
    These are my all time favorite cookies. My grandmother has been making these longer than I have been around! I believe that her mother got the recipe on a trip to California. Be sure not to brown them, you DO NOT want to over bake them. The yield is approx along with the servings, the recipe is so big!
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