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Long before I was looking for the recipe of those square cookies that we all know from our childhood. Those store bought square cookies my little boy loves to eat up. So I don’t say that these cookies are like those square cookies, bet they”re good too – cookies are not very sweet, not very crispy, but breaks easily, and the most important that when my little one eats them I don”t have to run after him with a dustpan and sweep the crumbs.
1 glass = 250 ml
- 100 g flakes (oatflakes, 4 grain flakes or whatever)
- 200 g all purpose flour
- 1/2 glass sugar
- 100 g margarine or butter
- 2 eggs
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- Mix margarine and sugar, eat in eggs.
- Then pour flakes, flour, baking powder and knead.
- If the dough is too stiff, add a little bit of sourcream or sourmilk.
- Thinly roll the dough, cut rounds or other figures and bake in the hot oven (I bake in 200 degrees of Celsius), till they gently bown.
One more cake with zucchini. Really great and moist. I didn”t have chocolate chips, but I didn”t miss them in the cake. Maybe with these chips the cake would be more delicious, but also more sinful 🙂
I must confess – I have never ate the real kibinai ? But this weekend we had some guests who likes kibinai a lot, and they said that these kibinai are very good (kibinai also agreed with guests “cause they disappeared from the plate very fast ? )
These muffins are really good, because they are very moist, not very sweet and of course – they are with chocolate! My kids just love them and at one time ate almost everything (my hubby helped them a little bit 🙂 ). So we agreed that we will repeat very soon.
This year at last we planted rhubarb in our garden ? No one missed it, just me. This year it was young, so I used it all in this pie. Everything was in its place – mild sourness, a little bit of sweetness. Hmmm we liked it very much 🙂
It’s super easy but super good! I couldn”t imagine that I will like it so much. Before I tried this dough, dumplings at my house was really a guest. But now I prepare them with meat, curd or other chosen filling. My family likes it. I saw that Skanus gyvenimas prepared very similar dumpling dough but with eggs. I didn”t tried it yet, but sure it should taste even more better. But anyway, the recipe below gives very plastic, not sticking, unshrinkable dough. It”s a little bit like plasteline 🙂 And I just love it.