Invisible String Cookies
|1 1/2 cups ||375 mL ||white flour|
|1 1/2 cups ||375 mL ||whole wheat flour|
|4 cups ||1000 mL||oats|
|2 tsp ||10 mL ||baking soda|
|2 tsp ||10 mL ||baking powder|
|2 cups ||500 mL ||butter|
|1 1/2 cups ||375 mL ||white sugar|
|1 1/2 cups ||375 mL ||brown sugar|
|3 tsp ||15 mL ||vanilla extract|
|4 ||4 ||eggs|
|3 cups ||750 mL ||coconut|
|3 cups ||750 mL ||Rice Krispies|
- Beat butter and sugar until smooth.
- Beat in eggs, vanilla, and coconut.
- Separately, mix flour, oats, baking soda, and baking powder.
- Add "dry" mixture to "wet" mixture in thirds.
- Mix in the Rice Krispies. The mixture will have to be mixed by hand because it will be very stiff.
- Drop by spoonful onto an ungreased cookie sheet. Do not form them into balls or flaten them, as this will crush the Rice Krispies.
- Bake at 350°F (175°C) for 9 minutes. They will spread slightly.
- Empirical evidence suggests that these cookies are connected by invisible strings. If you eat one, you will then have to eat the next one on the string. And the next one after that. And so on. These cookies could be called Quark Cookies if more people knew what Colour Confinement is.
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