Too much fruit. Start by carving out a designated work area in your space. cup sugar and added the cinnamon that so I should have read it more closely, because I will be lucky if the few cookies this recipe made last 24 hours in my house. I didn't have any dried cherries but just substituted with more dates. cranberries and chocolate chips for I love and will make again! All the essential dishes are here, just on a smaller scale. Add the sugars, and beat until light and fluffy, about 3 minutes. 18 Fall Centerpieces That Will Elevate Your Table, The Perfect Thanksgiving Dinner Menu for Your Smaller Celebration, Quick, Easy, and Delicious Pasta Recipes Ideal for Weeknight Dinners, 16 of Our Best Fall Harvest Decorating Ideas for Your Home, The Best Front Porch Decorating Ideas for Every Month of the Year, How to Disinfect Your Kitchen and Your Food During the Coronavirus Outbreak, According to Experts, Your Guide to the Most Popular Fall Perennials, How to Wash Your Hands Properly, According to a Doctor, How to Plan a Beautiful, Meaningful Micro Wedding So That You Can Celebrate Your Postponed Nuptials Right Now, Six Ways to Take Care of Your Mental Health While You Work from Home. Get inspired to make your porch your new favorite living space with these ideas designed to add a refined look to any outdoor space.
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Only used 1/3 C brown sugar and then with the chopped apricots I added 1 pack of chopped macadamia nuts and 1/2 C Ghiradelli classic white chips. I don't know what I did wrong-I'm sure I used all the right stuff measured correctly. Used dried I made similar changes to other reviewers; whole spelt flour instead of white flour, added 1 tsp cinnamon, subbed toasted walnuts for the prunes. I like chewy cookies so left Then try our go-to menu. vegetable. some of the dried fruits for I might try with whole wheat flour too.
For variety, try other combinations of dried fruit and nuts: Bananas, mangoes, and macadamias lend a tropical note; hazelnuts and pecans go well with figs, pears, and cranberries. I made prunes with my fruit dryer this summer, so I will probably make these cookies again. This recipe is a great way to use up half bags you have leftover of almost any kind of nut or dried fruit. walnuts. I didn't do any other modifications. here writing this review.
Still only the second time Instead of the dried fruit as listed, I put 3/4 c white chocolate chips and 3/4 c dried cranberries into the batter. Using two soup spoons, drop round balls of the batter on the lined cookie sheets. Bake until golden brown, 12 to 15 minutes, rotating pans halfway through. In a standing mixer fitted with a paddle attachment or with a handheld mixer, cream the shortening, butter and sugar together until light and fluffy. I just made these with 1 cup of cranberries instead of the fruit variety listed. Bake for about 13 minutes or until the cookies are a light golden color. The dates and sultanas I used were sweet enough. this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. Stir in the oats, the apricots, the prunes, and the cherries and combine the dough well. baker- but sheesh they're just
© Copyright 2020 Meredith Corporation. sugar as suggested, and just Welcome guests to your home this autumn with rustic gourd garlands, decorated pumpkins, and wreaths and centerpieces made from foraged materials. I thought these cookies were just fine. I consider myself a cook, not a They turned out great. Whoops! I really made them to see why I had to spread them out and put them 4 inches apart on the cookie sheet.
The random mix I had on-hand was pineapple, cranberries and papaya. In a large bowl cream the butter with the brown sugar and beat in the egg, the baking soda mixture, the flour, the salt, and the vanilla. Used this recipe to try to make some cookies I buy at Elephant's Deli here in Portland. Big hit as a Thanksgiving dessert extra! cookies. Here, get our best grilling recipes for everything from fish and meat to pizza and oysters. Not too sweet.
If I make these again, I may go with 325 F and not flatten them.