|Pocket Wine Buyer's Guide|
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1 - 10 of 117 for oatmeal-raisin molasses cookies
Preheat oven to ... leaving 1-inch between cookies. Bake in ... be dry. Adding molasses helps keep cookies ... little flour or oatmeal until the consistency ... Craisins or golden raisins or other dried ... flour for added nutrition.
Soak dry fruit and raisins in a coffee ... until edges of cookies are golden brown, ... substituted for a portion of the nuts in recipe as a variation.
In a mixer, ... Stir in the oatmeal. Slowly stir ... chocolate, nuts, and raisins. Using two ... middle shelf until cookies are lightly browned ... temperature of your oven.
Mix flour, baking ... stir in butter, molasses, eggs, and ... Add flour mixture, raisins and walnuts; stir ... minutes or until cookies are lightly browned. ... butter, 125 mg sod.
In a medium-size ... oil, egg, water, molasses, vanilla and raisins. Stir vigorously ... until done. Remove cookies at once to ... Soft, tender, flavorful oatmeal cookie and healthy! A really good, non-sweet, oatmeal-raisin cookie. Good cookie, ... 6.2g sugar, 1.7g protein.
15 minutes before baking soak raisins in warm water ... size of the cookies). Watch carefully ... 2 dozen. Note: Molasses makes the cookies ... polyunsaturated fat, 23.2g sugar.
Preheat oven to ... fluffy. Stir in molasses, egg, and orange juice concentrate. Mix in the remaining ingredients. Spread in pan. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes.
Grind raisins and peanuts. Combine ... shortening. Add sugar, oatmeal, raisins and ... Combine and add molasses and 1 beaten ... tops of the cookies. Bake in ... Makes about 8 dozen.
Heat oven to ... well. Blend in molasses and vanilla. Lightly ... cookie sheets. Bake at 350 degrees for 7-12 minutes. Remove from cookie sheets. 4 dozen.
Set oven at ... To make jumbo cookies, use 1/4 ... These taste like oatmeal cookies flavored with molasses. If you ... with oatmeal. I like it both ways!
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