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Anna N

Meeting-friendly snacks to bake

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On 6/14/2016 at 3:02 PM, Anna N said:

As an aside what I really wanted to make was salty caramel brownies from the New York Times but my baking cabinet  needs some replenishment before I can attempt much of anything.  

 

That recipe is SO high on my list, too!


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 This is a half recipe of cowboy cookies from the New York Times. They contain chocolate chips, coconut, oats  and pecans.   I tried one and I know why they are called cowboy cookies.  Put a couple of these in your saddlebag, one for you and one for your horse, and you can ride from Oregon to Mexico without stopping to refuel.

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6 minutes ago, Anna N said:

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 This is a half recipe of cowboy cookies from the New York Times. They contain chocolate chips, coconut, oats  and pecans.   I tried one and I know why they are called cowboy cookies.  Put a couple of these in your saddlebag, one for you and one for your horse, and you can ride from Oregon to Mexico without stopping to refuel.

 

I saw that recipe and wondered what they were like.  Aside from their "staying power" were they tasty?  They look like a soft cookie, are they?

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 They are certainly tasty enough with all their inclusions.   I would definitely not call them a soft cookie.  Might depend on how long you cook them but if you are looking for a soft cookie I would certainly suggest you find another recipe.  

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too bad your meetings are so far away from me.  Id gladly show up just for the snacks.

 

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