Farmersgirl Kitchen

Milk and Cookies!

Uncategorized | June 10, 2013 | By

I didn’t set out to make cookies. It happened like this, I had made far too much buttercream for the Vanilla and Coconut Cake, there it was in the bowl, really quite a lot of butter, icing sugar and vanilla extract. What was I going to do with it? I knew if I put it in the fridge or freezer for “another time” I would end up throwing it out in a month or so. Hmmm… (scratches head) butter, sugar, vanilla- Eureka! I could make cookies.

I headed to the bookshelf and picked out a few baking books, thinking “oats would work well with vanilla”. Rachel Allen came up trumps with a simple Oatmeal and Raisin Cookie recipe. The recipe has caster and light brown sugar, rather than icing sugar, and I think this would make a crisper cookie than the ones I made, referred to by my husband as ‘buns’!

I’m not going to post the recipe as it is copyright, I had a search online to see whether it had been published for one of Rachel’s TV programmes, so I could link to it, it has not. However, if you search ‘Rachel Allen Oatmeal and Raisin Cookies’ you will find it has been published on some other blogs.

 

So if you are ever left with some extra buttercream, you will know what to do!

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    Elizabeth
    June 10, 2013

    A clever use of leftover buttercream. 🙂 Me, I'd probably have just made another cake, ha! Any excuse!

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    GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart
    June 11, 2013

    These delicious looking cookies must be wonderful! We had cookies this weekend at a friends graduation party and now I want more. These look perfect 🙂

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    Jacqueline @Howtobeagourmand
    June 13, 2013

    These cookies look so tempting Janice.
    Love the addition of oats and raisins. I also have the habit of putting things in the freezer for another time and end up throwing them out!

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