(Above sketch in DeAtrementis Document Brown ink
with Super5 Frankfurt diluted used for shadows…. watercolor later)
We didn’t have what was needed and we are nto going to the market for a long time….
LONG TIME! So we made do.
They tasted good, turned out a bit like a lumpy oaty nutty chewy Florentine.
They’d be good over ice cream. If we had some.
Silver Palate’s Messed With Oatmeal Cookies
Again, as I thought to make these substitutions, I heard my mom loud and clear saying,
“Don’t mess with the baking recipes until you’ve tried it!”
Of course mom isn’t around to deal with Covid-19.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees; grease the pan with butter.
2/3 c softened butter
1.5 c brown sugar (one reason we ended up with flat cookies)
2 T water
1 t vanilla extract
Cream and set aside.
2/3 c wheat flour
1 t cinnamon
1/2 t salt
1/2 t baking soda
In second mixing bowl, combine and then add to the wet mixture
3 C oats (that is 3 cups oats not 3 coats silly,
and the second reason we ended up with flat cookies)
1 c walnuts
1 c dried sweetened cranberries
Obviously add them slowly and mix…. Bake 15-17 minutes.
Do not let them sit or they turn into bricks!!!!
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