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Brown rice cookies

Brown rice cookies

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Clauida, You have such a rich history and so glad to read about it here, thank you for sharing! The cookies are a wonderful tradition too! When I was young, it frustrated me no end that "recipes" to my mother or grandmother went something like: add eggs to a couple of handsful of flour I get it!

The cookies look perfect; and why not for breakfast? I've always loved oatmeal cookies the best. The texture and the sweetness is just perfect. Nice recipe! These recipes are the best - those passed down these should be sitting on my kitchen counter! What a treat to have a favorite old family recipe!

Your cookies look great! I like the tip about plumping the raisins up before adding them. It's the same way in my family Claudia! My Mom, Grandma and Great Grandma all cook by intuition - and so do I - I only started measuring when I started my blog. The cookies are wonderful! I like your idea of eating them for breakfast!

What an interesting post! And a great recipe too! Just before I read this post I was thinking about a recipe that was in my grandmother's file. I wanted to post about it on my blog but the recipe is incomplete and I can't recreate it to be like she made it.

I love this post Claudia. I have my grandmother's recipe box and hava found some of the same general guidelines. I'm sure you experience when you cook, for familiar recipes you just have a sense of how much to use. This is a great reminder though we may cook that way, our children may want to make our dishes too so we probably should heed your experience and be sure there is at least one version WITH measurements written down or on the computer these days!

Thanks for sharing this. All families are special but there is an extra something in Italian families one of my great pleasures when we live in Italy was traveling from region to region, even town to town and seeing the differences in the dishes and how they were prepared.

The one thing they all had in common was that they were all delicious! Oatmeal cookies have always been a favorite and we look forward to trying yours! What a wonderful history of cooking in your family and the cookies look delicious :.

These got to be the best Oatmeal Raisin cookies, ever. Loved reading about your family history. Thank you for sharing your mom's recipe, it's such a treasure. These look like they will be a big hit with everyone and anyone. They are one of those popular cookies that goes.

I want to try your recipe. It is making me hungry. I am thrilled you shared these. My favorite cookie of all time is Oatmeal Raisin, but since hubby dislikes raisins, we make half a batch with raisins, and the other half without. Gotta try your famly recipe, since I don't have a family recipe for these.

Also, my mother just said today, "You have to understand that I don't write anything down when I cook! Funny how mothers are! this post in particular resonated with my heart and soul. I found myself nodding throughout everything you wrote. It's so true how fortunate we are to have had great examples from the older ways.

Now, it's our turn to take their recipes and our instincts in the kitchen and make them proud ;o BTW I soak my dried fruits all the time because this way we have less moisture to add to the recipe to balance with the dried ingredients.

Your cookie recipe sounds great I shall make myself a small batch hopefully soon ;o Ciao for now, Claudia.

What sources of inspiration you have! And what delicious cookies as proof. Happy mother's day. Those cookies look wonderful and I can see that they are made from love!

Thanks you for sharing and Happy Mother's Day to you!! I love that there is sugar and molasses in these. We all have favorite cookie recipes, but these look like real keepers! I would love to get my hands on some old family recipes!

Like many families the women didn't write anything down. And I must admit I didn't always pay attention in my Mother's Kitchen. These cookies look so moist and that's a great tip about plumping the raisins. Thanks for sharing so much. Congratulations, your awesome post is on the Top Ten at Full Plate Thursday, this week!

Thanks so much for sharing with us and you have a great week! Miz Helen. Remember to use the search option for a recipe you're looking for and thanks for all your kind words and support. We love our readers all the best Claudia.

Mom always had a pot of Sunday Sauce cooking on the stove and Italian bread is a must to dip it in to test for seasonings are perfect.

Anti-aging cream Brown Rice Browj No ratings yet Prep Brown rice cookies 20 minutes mins Cook Time 20 minutes mins Resting Time 20 minutes mins Total Time 1 hour hr Brown rice cookies 30 Calories cookie kcal Nutrition Calories: Brown rice cookies kcal Cokoies 11 g Protein: 6 g Fat: 7 g Saturated Fat: 6 g Sodium: 31 mg Fiber: 3 g Sugar: 8 g Vitamin A: 1. Place egg whites in the bowl of an electric mixer and beat on high speed until frothy. Turn down to low speed. Slowly add sugar, while beating on low. Then increase to high speed for 2 more minutes. Stop beating. Add maple syrup and beat on high speed for 6 more minutes. Coomies, Brown rice cookies cookies eice great - Healthy fats for athletes Oatmeal Raisin rce one of Grumpy's favorites. I will be trying your cookies very soon and will let you know what he thought! Interesting Fam story you Have Claudia. And those cookies I think will be everybody' favorite! These look wonderful. I like the tip about plumping up the raisins. You're right my Italian ancestors had no recipes even for baking! Brown rice cookies

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