Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Monster Cookies

All the cookers are in transition at this time - so the delay in this post.



Here is an interesting recipe for MONSTER COOKIES by our second guest blogger - Carolinagal. This recipe includes the Oatmeal that Princess Mia wrote about in the last post.


3 Eggs
1 cup sugar
mix
Half box light brown sugar
mix again
Add 12 oz Peanut butter (12 oz. is about 340 grams)
1 stick of butter softened to room temperature (1 Stick = 1/4 pound or 113 grams or 8 tbsp.)
mix all together
Quaker quick-cooking oats (I usually buy the 18oz container and use about half to three quarters of it)
mix all together
1/2 tsp. Vanilla
1/2 tsp. Salt
2 tsp Baking soda
1/4 cup raisins
1/2 cup chocolate chips
M&M's - a few (or Cadbury Gems )
stir all in together
Place equal size portions on parchment lined cooking sheet
Preheat oven to 350 deg
Bake 8-10 minutes
Do not over bake unless you prefer Monster Charcoal.


They are called Monster Cookies BECAUSE they have all the 'good' ingrediants.
You don't HAVE to add raisins and M&M's (Gems) if you don't want- they can be substituted with more chocolate chips.
You can also add crushed walnuts if you want - the more creative the better.
For those who are allergic to peanuts, simply eliminate the peanut butter.
This is great recipe if you have an office party the next day, and you are asked to bring something. Once you have all the ingredients ready, it takes about 10 min to put everything together, and another 10 min to bake. And everyone will LOVE these cookies!!

Enjoy!

(P.S. I have asked her to include how many cookies this particular recipe will make and if she has any information on the calorie content - will include the information in the comments)
- Recipe by Carolinagal
- Presented by Ceedy.

20 comments:

  1. worth trying for the kids...will let you know when i try it...

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  2. Makes atleast 30 medium-size cookies. As far caloric content..well,,i can't say for sure, but these babies are definitely loaded!
    The butter and sugar can be substituted with vegetable oil and splenda to reduce the calories significantly.

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  3. This is 1 tasty blog ! Its the last time I come here though. the sight of yummy chocolate makes me nuts.

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  4. woww these sure look and read tempting....
    but i think putting up the calorie content would be a bad idea :-/
    it would stop ppl from trying them out :D

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  5. ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..who cares abt the calorie.... lets eat and die... :-)

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    Eat and die!! Haha :)

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  8. Mmmm....yummy....now I want sumone to cook i for me :)

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  12. Mannnnn.. yummmmmmmmmmm.. soo totally!

    n yeahh they may be loaded with those calz, but just one of them can be burned at the gym..

    yummmmm :) thanks ceedy n carolinagal

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  13. Yummylicious cookies. Adding gems give chocolaty flavour and colorful look.

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  14. stumbled upon your blog sometime back... an have been reading since...

    and i know of a much simplified non baking version of cookies i prefer to call them 'chocolate oatmeal cookies'. Tried them at home the taste good...
    think i'll put dowm the receipe incase it helps someone, as they are quicker and easy enough for the kids too... :)

    1/2 cup margarine
    1/2 cup milk
    4tbsp cocoa
    2 cups sugar
    1/2 cup peanut butter
    3cups quick oats

    microwave butter, milk, cocoa, sugar in a large bowl for 4 mins. Stir, microwave for 1min. Remove from heat.Add peanut butter, stir until melted. mix oats.
    Drop spoonfuls on a cookie sheet or on a greased tray.. and refrigerate.

    ooppsss... i almost wrote a post outta here... :)

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  15. This is making me really hungry... Im gonna grab myself a glass of milk and some cookies...

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