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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.
Yesterday for dinner we had only soup, so I decided to bake these coissants for stronger food. Coissants and soup were perfect together.
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 🙂
I have no time to do nothing 🙂 My job is taking all my time. Good news that it will not last forever. So I have no time to bake cookies or pies, but it doesn’t stop me from wanting some sweets. And these cookies are perfect – you can form a log and then put in a freezer for later bake, when you will have no spare time.
Very delicious pancakes. Fluffy, very light. Just melts in your mouth. When I remember their taste I’m suffused with warmth and good memories of the weekend.
Last weekend we baked kid’s cookies. And it was really fun 🙂 I’m happy that I found these butter cookie dough. You don’t have to chill it – just mix all ingredients and you can play. Of course it has one nuance – you can’t roll it and cut with cookie forms. You make cookies by making small balls and sticks. And if you just fantasize – you can make flowers, butterflies, turtles, worms or anything you can imagine.