Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Breadcrumb Cookies finally made

I had these on my wish list since I read it in the Complete Tighwad book but I hadn't made them so I decided to change that today.  I mixed up everything very easily and it looked really thick batter (just a heads up that it isn't a yummy batter like choc chip cookies so don't bother trying to eat it).  I have a few improvements that I will make next time but I would totally make these again.  I made the first batch per the directions and then tasted the final product.  It was nice and crispy on the outside with a slight chocolate flavor but not a real deep flavor.  Good news is that my son liked them too :)

On the second batch, I put a little candy piece on top.  Those turned out really pretty and I think that my son will really like them since it is his favorite candy.
These would be great breakfast cookies because they are very bland.  I don't drink coffee but I am sure that people woud love to dunk them.  Funny note that I looked at the first post I made this recipe and I made a note on the recipe to use almond or peppermint extract which is what I thought after I made the recipe per the directions.  To make them more dessert like, I would add some almond or peppermint extract.  I think that would add a yummy flavor that wasn't there with just vanilla and cocoa powder.  I think that I would also add chocolate chips (or M&Ms) which would be the big addition because they would make them much more chocolate.  Both of these things would make a cookies that I would be much more happy eating!!  I hope that you like the recipe and try the modifications too :)

Breadcrumb Cookies- original recipe

1 1/4 c flour
1 1/4 c sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/3 c cocoa
1/2 c milk
1 egg
1 1/2 tsp vanilla (maybe almond extract or peppermint- my note, not the authors)
2/3 c melted shortening
2 c bread crumbs

Stir together dry ingredients.  Combine wet ingredients and add to dry mixture.  Add melted shortening and bread crumbs.  Drop by spoonful onto an ungreased cookie sheet.  Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. 

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