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cranberry oatmeal cookies

Saturday, December 03, 2011

Yesterday I came home from work to make bread with my bread machine. (I make a lot of bread & give it out to the widows and pastors at our church so it's about 10 loaves so each week I do 2 loaves to hand out Sunday morning). I was also wanting to make cranberry, white chocolate chip oatmeal cookies for the Ladies tea (church) that I will be going to later today and supper.
Well, I made the cookies WIThOUT the chocolate chips. I figure no one will know but the chef and my family. So I hope to give some out, my family knows as it is one of their favorite cookies! Go figure, I got a laugh of my mistake and I hope you did too.
Thank you for reading this and have a wonderful Sat!!
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  • EBLOOMING
    I have to add my best blunder of all: I made a Wacky Cake (that is the actual name) for a friend's son and he needed a hack saw to cut into it. It is still laughed about calling it "THE CAKE" . emoticon
    3009 days ago
  • LINDAMARIEZ1
    What a sweet person you arfe, Barb!!!! God loves you and so do I!

    Pass the cookies! emoticon emoticon
    3165 days ago
  • SOUPGAL
    I had not read this blog before. That is just too funny. I have done those kind of things myself. My sister made chicken noodle soup and forgot to put in the chicken. go figure.
    3317 days ago
  • ZELLAZM
    I'm sure they're quite yummy without the chips! I imagine that most of your Spark friends have done something similar - and with not-as-happy results (let me tell you about my chocolate cake that tasted like a cracker!)

    Praying for your DD...Have a good week!
    3323 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/11/2011 3:00:03 PM
  • EBLOOMING
    Kuddos to you Barb!!! A new recipe is born...and what a blessing for all those people who get loaves of bread. You are indeed a blessing from the Lord. emoticon
    3327 days ago
  • LORIDREX
    I think they'll be just as tasty, and maybe just be a variety of cookie that is different from the others! I doubt anyone will miss the chips! emoticon
    3330 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6295915
    I praise you for all the baking you do for others especially the bread for the elderly and widows. I am sure you are blessed in more way than one for your sharing of the talent you have to cook and bake. emoticon
    3330 days ago
  • SJG1953
    That's one of those "happy accidents" I've heard of on Bob Ross' painting instructional shows! Anyway, that's how life is. I agree with Helen in that at least they will be lower in calories and I can imagine they will taste great even without the chocolate chips! Hugs, Shirley
    3331 days ago
  • MOMMA_BEAR_69
    I am sure those cookies were delicious and WAY TO GO on leaving out the extra calories the chocolate chips would have added. So glad you can laugh at yourself...it's a shame that more people can't do that. AWESOME on making and giving away the homemade bread. YUMMY!! Have a wonderful Sunday!
    Blessings and hugs,
    Helen
    3331 days ago
  • LIMASTAR
    Very generous of you to make homemade bread for giving to families in need. I enjoy making my own bread because I know what went in to make it. I use sprouted flour, which makes the nutrients in bread more readily available.
    3331 days ago
  • no profile photo CD9450242
    Funny! Gotta tell ya, I made Snickerdoodles the other day. It was one of those Betty Crocker mixes and I thought the batter seemed awfully dry. After I got the dough all rolled into balls and most of the cookies baked, I reread the package and figured out I left out the water it called for...lol

    Bet your cookies are still delicious and will be appreciated by the ladies at the tea.

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    3331 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/3/2011 1:54:25 PM
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