Friday, August 26, 2011

Food Blogging Friday - Sesame Seed Cookies

These cookies bring back memories of my childhood. We grew up making these cookies! I never remember having very many other cookies than these until I could bake them myself! :) Ha!

I love to make these with my children and know that the only sweetner they are getting in these cookies is from the honey.

You can tell I took these pictures to blog this LAST summer (as in 2010!). Look at my little darling. :)

First you have to take a big spoonful of honey and eat it. At least if you are my girl. :)


Use natural and raw honey . . . not the cooked stuff . . . that removes all the healthy and good things from the honey.




Yum, trying the dough!





Finished product.




Here is the recipe:




Sesame Seed Cookies


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½ cup honey


½ cup oil (I use butter or coconut oil)


1 egg, beaten


1/3 cup wheat bran


1 ¼ cup oatmeal


1 cup ww flour


1 tsp cinnamon


¼ tsp salt


¾ cup sesame seeds




Combine honey, oil and egg. Mix well. Stir in remaining ingredients. Dough should be stiff; add tablespoon or two of milk if too stiff.




Drop by teaspoonfuls onto greased cookie sheets. Flatten each cookie with the bottom of glass dipped in cold water. Bake at 375 for 10 minutes.

Hint: I love to make a sandwich out of these cookies with a little nutella or nut butter in the middle.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't think my recipe has wheat bran in it. I used to use bran in everything until I found out it's irritating to the digestive system unless it's soaked.

Enjoyed the pictures.

Love, Mom

Jaime said...

Nope, the original recipe calls for dry milk (which I've read is bad because of some sort of processed cholesterol) so I just added wheat bran. I suppose I could soak it. I was just looking for something to replace the dry milk. I might try flax.

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