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    What kind of cookies to make

    I can't decide what kind of cookies to make.

    I have:

    wheat flour
    almond flour
    coconut flour
    oatmeal

    and...

    cranberries
    walnuts
    almonds
    pecans
    cinnamon
    cocoa
    brown sugar
    honey
    coconut flakes
    raisins

    plus all the usual ingredients of sugar, butter, etc.
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    Someone recently gave us a batch of gingerdoodles. They were excellent, without the excess sweetness of a snickerdoodle, or the overly strong (IMO) ginger flavor of a ginger snap.

    But you'd need ground ginger, ground cloves, and cream of tartar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hurtinbuckaroo View Post
    Someone recently gave us a batch of gingerdoodles. They were excellent, without the excess sweetness of a snickerdoodle, or the overly strong (IMO) ginger flavor of a ginger snap.

    But you'd need ground ginger, ground cloves, and cream of tartar.
    I thought of snickerdoodles because I love them, but I'm at daughter's this week and she doesn't have cream of tartar. Alas.
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    I just finished a oatmeal raisin cookie.

    Does daughter have sour cream? Make these:




    I'm too lazy.
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    That sounds awesome. She doesn't have yeast, though. :/
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    My vote goes for cranberries and some kind of nut.

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    You can't beat those little nut rolls. It's the only cookie we made this year and we will be making more.

    And don't scrimp on the filling. Let it ooze out the ends when they bake.

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    Why don't you make CHEMICAL cookies, cause everything is just CHEMICALS to an ATHEIST.
    Do human beings have free will? I can't decide.

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    Every December I shop the specialty stores for Liebkuchen (sometimes marketed without that name, for instance as Contessa cookies.) These are the round iced gingerbread cookies from Germany -- too, too good.
    There used to be a chain called David's Cookies in malls -- do they still exist? Anyway, waaaay back in the 80s I read that they were going to market a chocolate chunk & coffee cookie, which sounded so right. I never found a David's that had them. And coffee shops that do their own baking, where you would expect to find coffee cookies, don't seem to have them. My search goes on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ideologyhunter View Post
    Every December I shop the specialty stores for Liebkuchen (sometimes marketed without that name, for instance as Contessa cookies.) These are the round iced gingerbread cookies from Germany -- too, too good.
    There used to be a chain called David's Cookies in malls -- do they still exist? Anyway, waaaay back in the 80s I read that they were going to market a chocolate chunk & coffee cookie, which sounded so right. I never found a David's that had them. And coffee shops that do their own baking, where you would expect to find coffee cookies, don't seem to have them. My search goes on.
    I love those iced ginger cookies! I've only tried making ginger cookies once and they were meh. I think I'll try again soon.
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