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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.
Somehow I baked pancakes long time ago. So came the time when I started to miss them. And I guess my all family miss them too, because these polenta pancakes disappeared very quickly. If you don’t have polenta or lazy to grind corn groats, you can use corn flour. You just have to use more milk.
It was really impulsive baking. I saw them in a magazine for parents in a section “Baking together”. 🙂 Together? So I asked if my kids want to bake something and they happily agreed. So I just measured all ingredients in purpose that my kids were not bored, and they started to work. The result came out perfect – smell was fantastic, and the taste was remarkable – berries gave some refreshing sourness and banana gave moisture. Even next day they were very good and left over disappeared too quickly. So I’m thinking to repeat them very soon again.
At last I found bread that my hubby really enjoyed eating it 🙂 Yeah… For long time I baked only bread without the crust. But now I have big hopes that we will make a break with it and start baking this potato bread. By the way, the taste of this bread is slightly similar to “švilpikai” 🙂
This pizza dough is for those who always don’t have time to prepare pizza dough with yeast. It helped me several times, when I suddenly understood that I want pizza for Friday night and there was no pizza dough with yeast frozen in a freezer. My family liked it also and I’m very happy about that 🙂
So I get up and go to the kitchen to bake pancakes. Because all kids like pancakes and it’s really easy to bake.