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Our company picnic is coming up and I want to get the
kids involved with the makins' so volunteered to bring 
cookies. There are so many things I could make and it
was hard to pass up requests for the taco salad but
the kids voted on the cookies. Actually we're planning
on doing a few of those giant cookies like the bakery
does. I have a round 15" baking stone (via Pampered
Chef) which bakes them perfectly and once cooled the
whole thing slides off onto a platter. 

What I've done before that works out great for taking
these places is pick up a few boxes and cardboard
circles from our favorite pizza shop to bring them in
(and you can always decorate those too). We'll cut into
simple n' small 2" squares for the quick grabbing. Most
of all it's a fun thing for the kids and I to make and
easy to take hope the crowd likes them. I'll admit it'll
be our favorite Nestle recipe that can't be beat and
you can do this with the ones that come right in that
convenient tube too. Just press into a circle and bake.

Enjoy today's chewey oatmeal cookie recipe too these
are also great for th taking. Perfectly middle-ground
between soft and crisp.



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1 1/4 cups Butter
1 teaspoon Baking soda
3/4 cup Brown sugar
1 teaspoon Salt
1/2 cup Sugar
1 teaspoon Cinnamon
1 Egg
1 teaspoon Vanilla
3 cups quick cooking Oats
1 1/2 cups All purpose flour
1 cup Raisins

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Beat margarine and sugars
until fluffy. Beat in egg and vanilla. Add combined flour,
baking soda, salt and spices; mix well. Stir in oats and
raisins. Drop by rounded tablespoonfuls onto ungreased
cookie sheets. Bake 10 minutes and cool 2 minutes before
transferring to a wire rack to cool completely. Store in
an airtight container. 

Yield: 3 Dozen
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                 MARZEE'S CORNER


                 OATS VS. OATS  

ROLLED OATS: Rolled oats = oatmeal = rolled oatmeal =
old-fashioned oats = old-fashioned oatmeal = flaked
oats = flaked oatmeal = oatflakes Notes: These are oat
groats that are steamed, rolled, and flaked so that
they cook quickly. They're often cooked as a breakfast
cereal, added raw to granola or muesli mixes, or used
to make oatmeal cookies. Regular rolled oats take about
five minutes to cook. If you're in a hurry, try quick
oats or instant oats. These have thinner flakes, so
they cook faster. Substitutes: steel-cut oats (chewier,
takes longer to cook) OR quick oats (These are less
chewy, but they take less time to cook.) OR instant
oats (These usually have additional flavorings. They're
less chewy, but they take less time to cook.) OR
triticale flakes OR rye flakes.

QUICK OATS: Quick oats = quick-cooking oats = quick
oatmeal = quick-cooking oatmeal = easy oats Notes:
These are thin flakes of oatmeal that cook up in about
three or four minutes. They're a good choice for oatmeal
cookies. Substitutes: rolled oats (More nutritious and
chewy, takes longer to cook. If substituting rolled oats
for quick oats in a cookie recipe, consider refrigerating
the dough for 20 minutes before baking-- otherwise the
cookies may become too flat and thin) OR instant oats
(This contains additional flavorings, and is less chewy.
It also takes less time to cook)


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