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Chocolate Oatmeal Refrigerator Cookies





chocolate oatmeal refrigerator cookies






    refrigerator cookies
  • (refrigerator cookie) dough formed into a roll and chilled in the refrigerator then sliced and baked

  • are made from a stiff dough that is refrigerated to become even stiffer. The dough is typically shaped into cylinders which are sliced into round cookies before baking.





    chocolate
  • A drink made by mixing milk with chocolate

  • A food preparation in the form of a paste or solid block made from roasted and ground cacao seeds, typically sweetened

  • a medium brown to dark-brown color

  • cocoa: a beverage made from cocoa powder and milk and sugar; usually drunk hot

  • A candy made of or covered with this

  • a food made from roasted ground cacao beans





    oatmeal
  • Meal made from ground oats, used in breakfast cereals or other food

  • porridge made of rolled oats

  • The Oatmeal is a website created in 2009 by Matthew Inman, who lives in Seattle, Washington, United States. The website features comics drawn by Inman, and occasional articles as well. The Oatmeal gets more than four million unique visitors a month.

  • A grayish-beige color flecked with brown

  • meal made from rolled or ground oats











chocolate oatmeal refrigerator cookies - Betty Crocker's




Betty Crocker's Cooky Book


Betty Crocker's Cooky Book



Here is the complete cooky book-more than 450 recipes, dozens of appetizing full-color photographs, and many how-to-do-it sketches. This treasury of cooky baking embraces all tastes-from the old-fashioned and traditional to the new and sophisticated. Plus a large section devoted entirely to holiday cookies. Fun to use. . .perfect to give.

Here's the classic treasury of cookie baking that so many people grew up with: the beloved 1963 edition of Betty Crocker's Cooky Book, now in a brand-new, authentic facsimile of the original book.

Remember baking cookies with Mom or Grandma when you were a kid? The wonderful smell, the spatulas to lick and, best of all, delicious cookies you'd helped to make yourself? If you grew up baking with Betty Crocker, then you probably had this book, filled with all your favorites-from Chewy Molasses Cookies to Chocolate Crinkles to Toffee Squares and many more!

Now, with this authentic reproduction of the original 1963 edition, you can relive those moments, taste the cookies you grew up with and share them with your loved ones. All the charm of the original and all the great recipes are here. Turn to Betty Crocker's Cooky Book to find:
* An authentic facsimile of the classic 1963 edition packed with all your favorite cookie recipes
* Over 450 recipes, dozens of nostalgic color photographs and charming how-to sketches
* Scrumptious recipes for Holiday Cookies (dozens of Christmas specialties), Family Favorites (for lunchtime, snacktime, anytime), Company Best Cookies (fancy enough for company) and much more


This book is a great gift for new and experienced bakers alike. Only one family copy of this favorite cookbook? Now everyone can have a copy of this classic book!










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Pumpkin Streusel Cheesecake Bars Recipe




Pumpkin Streusel Cheesecake Bars Recipe





Cookie Base

1 pouch (1 lb 1.5 oz) Betty Crocker® oatmeal cookie mix
1/2 cup crushed gingersnap cookies
1/2 cup finely chopped pecans
1/2 cup cold butter or margarine

Filling

2 packages (8 oz each) cream cheese, softened
1 cup sugar
1 cup canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie mix)
2 tablespoons Gold Medal® all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice
2 tablespoons whipping cream
2 eggs

Toppings

1/3 cup chocolate topping
1/3 cup caramel topping

Directions:

1. Heat oven to 350°F. In large bowl, stir together cookie mix, crushed cookies and pecans. Cut in butter, using pastry blender or fork, until mixture is crumbly. Reserve 1 cup mixture for topping. Press remaining mixture in bottom of ungreased 13x9-inch pan. Bake 10 minutes. Cool 10 minutes.

2. Meanwhile, in large bowl, beat cream cheese and sugar with electric mixer on medium speed until smooth. Add remaining filling ingredients; beat until well blended. Pour over warm cookie base. Sprinkle with reserved topping.

3. Bake 35 to 40 minutes or until center is set. Cool 30 minutes. Refrigerate about 2 hours or until chilled.

4. Before serving, drizzle with chocolate and caramel toppings. For bars, cut into 6 rows by 4 rows. Store covered in refrigerator.











There's always room for milk and cookies




There's always room for milk and cookies





Today Jessie made chocolate chip oatmeal cookies...with Jane's help of course. When she was done, she hollered for me to come downstairs and taste her handiwork. They were quite delicious.

While I sat down to enjoy a cookie with her, she took a sip from her milk and went, "Mmmmmm....milk." So I thought I'd quiz her. "Jessie, can you tell me where milk comes from?" Her response almost made me fall out of my chair. She replied in a matter of fact way...."From the refrigerator." :D lol.









chocolate oatmeal refrigerator cookies








chocolate oatmeal refrigerator cookies




If You Give a Mouse a Cookie






Laura Numeroff's tales of warped logic are sure-fire winners in the giggle-generator category. But concerned parents can rest assured, there's even a little education thrown in for good measure: underneath the folly rest valuable lessons about cause and effect. Felicia Bond's hilarious pictures are full of subtle, fun details. Who would ever suspect that a tiny little mouse could wear out an energetic young boy? Well, if you're going to go around giving an exuberantly bossy rodent a cookie, you'd best be prepared to do one or two more favors for it before your day is through. For example, he'll certainly need a glass of milk to wash down that cookie, won't he? And you can't expect him to drink the milk without a straw, can you? By the time our hero is finished granting all the mouse's very urgent requests--and cleaning up after him--it's no wonder his head is becoming a bit heavy. In this amusing romp, young readers will learn what happens when you give someone an inch and they take a mile.










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