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Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Christmas Recipes: Muesli Cookies
One of the things I had planned for this season was to bake more and find some good cookie recipes. I usually go to my mom's for Christmas so I have no big traditions at my house but I wanted to find something that would be tasty and easy to make that I could take when we go for Christmas dinner. I decided I would ask friends for some nice recipes and would try them out.
The first recipe was shared by Alex who directed me to this site. I couldn't find some of the ingredients so I kind of adapted it to fit what I had:
50 g flour
50 g brown sugar
50 g milk (actually I just added a bit not to make it too liquid)
100 g Muesli (it was supposedly just 50g but I thought more would taste better and add consistency to the mix)
1 small spoon of baking soda
50g vegetable butter
Pre-heat the oven at 200º. Mix everything. Drop by heaping spoonfuls onto ungreased cookie sheets. Bake for 10 minutes until the edges are light brown.
Note: my cookies look a bit on the giant side because I used a tablespoon, next time I'm going to use a tea spoon.
I'm still looking for more recipes so if you have any favourite recipes you would like to share leave me a comment.
Posted by Seccionista at Tuesday, December 09, 2008
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Can I deduct the 100g (it was supposedly...) are of muesli?? :oPReplyDelete
You've already seen the recipe in my blog, another one I tried and liked it *very* much:
Ooops going to correct that asap! Yes it's muesli and yes it's very similar to yours, must try that one too. :-)ReplyDelete
I'm not very fond of muesli so I'll pass on these but will wait for your next recipe :)