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Friday, July 13, 2012

Perry Family Cookie Recipe


This week I made my favorite cookies. Mom makes them all the time and my dad and I love them.

The basic recipe is 

3 cups Old Fashioned Oats
(you can use quick oats or flavored oatmeal)
1 c of applesauce (any flavor)
1/4 c of skim milk
1 tbsp of sugar (optional)

Extras
craisins
dries fruit
berries
nuts
hazelnut spread
Cinnamon
Brown Sugar
Coconut

For mine today, I used 1/3 a bag of crasins,   a lot of cinnamon and 1 tsp of sugar

Directions: 
Mix together the oats and the applesauce and add any extras you want. Then use just enough milk to moisten the mixture. Let it sit for a few minutes to soak the oats. You know it's ready when the batter sticks together. Scoop spoonfuls onto a cookie sheet and bake at 400 for 10-12 minutes or until they start to get brown. They won't be soft like regular cookies. You can also bake them in a cake round or square and cut the cookies into bars. That is really good.

We like them served cold and we usually keep ours in the freezer. They are really filling so you don't want to munch on them like regular cookies. You just need a few.




Mom got the original recipe here http://www.wisebread.com/whats-cooking-breakfast-cookies-for-the-life-hacker-on-the-go and then we made up a bunch of batches with different combinations to see how we liked it. We didn't really like the bananas in the original. I love dried cherries and walnuts or almonds and coconut. I really like when we add the hazelnut spread. We don't usually add sugar unless cinnamon is the main flavor and you really don't need sugar if you use flavored oatmeal. This is my favorite kind of cookie. I hope you like it too.


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