Food blog with family recipes November 7, Apple Cinnamon Cookies Recipe Make a batch of these soft and chewy Apple Cinnamon Cookies for a friend and help spread some goodness in the world. I know, I worry far too much and think like someone at least three times my age. If you are looking for that perfect, sip with your cider or dunk into your hot chocolate, fall cookie, these chewy Apple Cinnamon Cookies are it.
These Apple Cinnamon Cookies are a great way to finish a great day. You should give it a try! Filled with both grated and chopped apple along with warm fall spices, the use of oil instead of butter makes them super soft and cake like, with just a bit of crispness on the edges.
Our family has been doing more volunteer work than normal, making hygiene kits for hurricane victims, participating in diaper drives, donating money and more. I love getting ready, jamming in the car to Sirius Hits 1, walking around, being out and about. It all upsets me, but I find comfort in the realization there will be more great days ahead with moments of perfection trying on clothes, driving home with music and air blasting and the sun shining.
Their tastiness is far outweighed by their messiness. The day may have been one of the best ever, but there still comes that time when it needs to end. So take a moment to enjoy a fun day out and make these Apple Cinnamon Cookies.
Knowing my day with Mom and sometimes Dad has completed. Knowing the singing in the car is over. A little bit of kindness given to others can go a long ways, even kindness in the form of a cookie. A group of bloggers and I have teamed together with Imperial Sugar to share cookies with friends around us, just to provide a little boost of happiness.
They do tend to fall apart a bit, though this can be limited by not putting the dough in the refrigerator at any point. I made giant ones, though feel free to make them whatever size you like. The cinnamon flavor is just right, and with the use of mostly brown sugar, these cookies have a subtle caramel flavor that pairs perfectly with the cinnamon apples.
I used Honeycrisp apples because they are my favorite, but really any variety of apple that you like would work. As we cruise the express way home, or are stuck on surface streets, doubling the drive time, I try to enjoy listening to the music, but can become a little twitchy waiting to get out of the car.
From the devastating hurricanes in Texas and Puerto Rico, massive wildfires in California, to the horrible mass shootings in Las Vegas and now Texas, my heart is breaking over and over again. Knowing the self-imposed break from email and Twitter is finished.In a large bowl, combine flour, cornmeal, cinnamon, eggs, and oil.
Grate the apple into the mixture; add the water. Mix until it starts coming together into a ball. Turn our onto a lightly floured surface. Knead well. Roll out to a thickness of 1/4-inch to 1/2-inch.
Oct 29, · Cinnamon Applesauce Cookies, a healthier cookie, the perfect snack or dessert. A delicious homemade applesauce makes these cookies even yummier! I added very little water because I needed a thick applesauce for these Cinnamon Apple Sauce Cookies.
Canned works just fine, but what the heck it really doesn’t take long to make it homemade /5(29). Sep 16, · Apple oatmeal cookies are thick, soft, chewy cookies.
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Kids can make believe you go food. Sep 30, · These Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Cookies are the perfect thing to bake on such a nice fall weekend! They are soft and cake-like in the middle with chewy, slightly crisp edges, and that delicious apple flavor and abundance of cinnamon will leave you craving more!/5(9).
These are one of the best cookies I have ever eaten. They make up easily, and they disappear fast. Watch on your Apple TV, Roku, or Fire TV and your iOS, Fire, or Android device.
egg beaters and reduced-fat margarine. It still turned out great. Because of the lower-fat, higher-water content, the cookies puffed - so we had Cinnamon PUFFS.Download