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How can I bake the best cookies for Thanksgiving?

Question by ♀♀♥: How can I bake the best cookies for Thanksgiving?
My parents and grandparents are making the food, as well as my sister.

But they all suggest I help somehow, but I was going to anyway. They said to start with something that could be easier for me to cook and/or bake.

I told them I wanted to bake some chocolate chip cookies; no objections with that whatsoever.

The thing is.. I know how to bake, but I’m not the best at it and want to make the best cookies tomorrow.

So.. How can I bake the most perfect tasting cookies?

Best answer:

Answer by SgtXcom
Here is a recipe. Feel free to alter it how you choose. You may consider reading the comments from other people who have made it to see what changes you’d like to make:

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/best-chocolate-chip-cookies/Detail.aspx

And if your cookies fail miserably you can take the safe route and make rice crispie treats like I am. They are super easy and hard to mess up. Here’s the recipe in case you don’t know it.

http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Marshmallow-Treats/Detail.aspx

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Posted by in Thanksgiving Cookies and tagged with Bake, BEST, cookies, Thanksgiving

Is it okay to refridgerate a cookie batter overnight and bake it the next day?

Question by Trix_R_not_4_kids: Is it okay to refridgerate a cookie batter overnight and bake it the next day?
I want to give my parents and in laws a cookie gift basket but I don’t have time to do it all at once. I need to make the mixture, bake it, then wrap it. Is it okay if I make the mixture Saturday afternoon, bake the cookies (and wrap them) Sunday evening, and give the gift on Monday morning?

Best answer:

Answer by KARYN
yup.

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Can I bake oatmeal to make cookies?

Question by sparklycrayons: Can I bake oatmeal to make cookies?
I have instant oatmeal that I want to try baking cookies with. Without any other ingredients, can I put gobs of oatmeal in the oven to make oatmeal cookies?

Best answer:

Answer by Cheffy
No, you can’t for several reasons, but here’s a cool recipe:

No Bake Oatmeal Cookies:

2 C. Sugar
2 Tblsp. Cocoa
1/2 C. Butter
1/2 C. Milk
1/2 C. Peanut Butter
1 Tsp. Vanilla
5 C. Instant Oatmeal

Combine sugar, cocoa, butter, milk and peanut butter and bring to a boil. Remove from heat and add vanilla and oats. Stir until combined. Drop by tsp. on wax paper or spead in a pan, cool and cut in squares.

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Posted by in Oatmeal Cookies and tagged with Bake, cookies, Oatmeal

How to make cookies: Easy to bake Halloween cookie ideas

bit.ly How to make cookies: Easy to bake Halloween cookie ideas If you’re looking to make some new treats that aren’t too tricky on Halloween, these spider and mummy cookies will make your spooky party even more fun. Professional baker and author Liv Hansen for the Betty Crocker Kitchens shows how to bake and decorate these yummy cookies, which, come to think of it, would be pretty great any time you’re in the mood to munch spiders or mummies. Keywords: how to make cookies how to bake cookies halloween cookie ideas spider and mummy cookies decorating cookies

In this video, Betty demonstrates how to turn her Old-Fashioned Sugar Cookies into chocolate Halloween Cookies. These are great cookies for decorating with children, and they are popular with everyone! With Halloween near, you may find this recipe useful for making cookies in a variety of interesting shapes and colors! Ingredients (for cookie dough): 1 cup butter 1 ½ cups sugar 2 eggs 2 ¾ cups self-rising flour 2 tablespoons baking cocoa (to make 1/2 of the dough into chocolate cookies) Betty’s Buttercream Frosting Recipe Ingredients: 16 oz. package confectioner’s sugar ½ cup butter, softened 3 tablespoons milk 2 teaspoons vanilla extract Use an electric mixer on low speed to beat 16 oz. confectioner’s sugar, ½ cup butter, 3 tablespoons milk, and 2 teaspoons vanilla until well blended and smooth. If the frosting is too thick, add a small amount of milk. If it is not thick enough, add more confectioners sugar. When it is of spreading consistency, it is ready to use. You may refrigerate it until later. When you remove it from the refrigerator, let it stand until it reaches room temperature for easiest handling. This recipe will make approximately 2 ½ cups of frosting. To color the frosting orange, use 10 drops of yellow food coloring for each single drop of red food coloring. To color the frosting black, use a ratio of 3 drops red to 3 drops blue to 2 drops green. Instructions for cookie dough: Cream together 1 cup butter and 1 ½ cups sugar. Add 2 eggs, and beat until light

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Hunter & Hilsberg Gingerbread Cake and Cookie Bake Mix, 14-Ounce (Pack of 3)

Hunter & Hilsberg Gingerbread Cake and Cookie Bake Mix, 14-Ounce (Pack of 3)

Hunter & Hilsberg Gingerbread Cake and Cookie Bake Mix, 14-Ounce (Pack of 3)

Our Gingerbread Cake and Cookie Mix makes gingerbread cake, gingerbread cookies AND ginger snaps (and not to forget gingerbread muffins). It’s made with pure molasses and the only ingredients you have to add are egg, shortening and water. Simply

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