I'll send you a few
the real trick is to sub in honey insead of white sugar, that'll keep 'em moist
Honey? Hmmm, have to try that. I always used Brown Sugar rather than white sugar. And the REAL trick to keeping cookies moist is to take them out of the oven just before they are completely done and let them finish cooking on the tray!
Yep. But no worries. Now I just wish to get past this damned disease, then I can worry about workouts. I already have planned to run at least 3 or 4 times next week, each time 10+ km. And one time I wish to go even further than last...
ha! try getting fat off my oatmeal cookies! mixing the dough is it's own work out!
But while cooking on the tray works well too, the honey also cuts the calories, since dextros (the sugar in honey) is sweeter than sucrose (white sugar) it requires less, usually about 3/4ths to 2/3rds less per volume. you also need to toss in a bit of extra flour, about 1 T to account for it. My mom switched all her recipies when I was a baby since it's less processed and I use it along with splenda for my cousin who's diabetic.
Honey is also an antiseptic, which is only one of the reasons why you use honey and lemon for sore throats.
On a side note, don't ever feed babys (less than a year) uncooked honey, it can give make them fatality sick.
me: hey would you maybe like to do something with me?
nadine: with you? why? what?
me: with me. why not? something funny... movies, party, shopping, going into a café, surfing, bungee-jumping, playing roulette, flying to america, ripping out trees, ...
nadine: it's also that cheap
me: that with america was rather a joke
nadine: well then
nadine: well I dunno...
me: that's bad
nadine: :( sorry
nadine: what mh?
me: nothing mh