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Yield: 24 Servings Ready in 1 hours
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|1 tsVanilla extract|
|1 pk(12-oz) semi-sweet chocolate|
|1 tsBaking soda|
|2 3/4 cRolled oats (old fashioned|
|2 tsSingle acting baking powder;|
|1/2 cRegular sugar|
|Pecan or walnut bits|
|1 cBrown or dark-brown sugar|
|1 tsDouble acting baking powder;|
Spelling Cookies Preparation
From: email@example.com (Richard Petersen) Date: 20 Dec 1993 12:48:01 GMT 1. Mix brown and regular sugars together. 2. Cream butter, then mix in sguars. Then mix in egg, vanilla extract, and milk unitl creamy. 3. Seperately mix flower, cinamon, nutmeg, baking-powder (or baking soda), salt (if wanted). 4. Mix in flower concoction into butter/sugar concoction until creamy. 5. With spatula add in Wheat-germs, then nuts, then chocolate chips, then oats. 6. Pre-heat oven to about 300 degrees. Spoon out onto cookie sheets. cook for about 20 or so minutes. Watch carefully. When top of cookies begin to brown they ary done. 7. Eat immediately or refrigerate. Aging only improves taste. 8. These are called spelling cookies because when I gave the recipe to a friend in my class her daughter found so many spelling mistakes that she called them spelling cookies. 9. Eat at your own risk. Good luck. REC.FOOD.RECIPES ARCHIVES /COOKIES From rec.food.cooking archives. Downloaded from G Internet, G Internet.
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