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    Retired Viking, holder of the cape of spangly awesomeness & holder of the amulet of knowledge of the magic bourbon biscuits Emmie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by amaeru View Post
    Emmie those flapjacks sound awesome
    Very awesome! My recipe book is being a haven of gorgeousness, actually that's a lie, the bit of my shelf with lots of pieces of paper ont hat I need to transfer to a book is a haven of gorgeousness, I'll try to add more as most are relatively healthy too :-)
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    Please

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    Will do, keep prodding me as otherwise I'll forget :-)
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    Olga's Chocolate Salty Balls (don't ask)

    1 cup of nuts (I use walnuts)
    2 cups of dates (medjool are the best, make sure they are pitted or you pit them!)
    4 tblsp cocoa powder
    a pinch of salt
    tsp vanilla extract


    - Process the nuts until powdered
    - Add the cocoa powder, salt and vanilla
    - Add nuts gradually (while processing)
    - If it does not stick together add water by the spoonful, not too much
    - Roll into balls and roll the balls in cocoa powder (I like the bitter cocoa powder on the outside but others may not, a sweetened chocolate powder may be preferable or you can use desicated cococnut or anything you like really!)
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    Egg free cookies (if you use vitalite and dairy free chocolate chips then they are vegan!)

    12oz Self Raising Flour
    8oz Soft Margarine
    8oz Caster Sugar
    2oz dark chocolate chips

    -Mix the ingredients together in a big bowl. IT shouldn't be at all crumbly so add a bit more margarine if it is
    -Take a small ball of dough (about the size of 1.5 ping pong balls) and squeeze it so it's a circle about 1.5cm thick
    -Place on a greased tray, makes about 16-22 cookies so will require 2 trays
    -Cook for about 15 mnutes at 180 degrees

    Variations:
    sub some of four for cocoa powder to make chocolate cookies.
    Put raisins, chocolate beans, or white chocolate drops instead of the dark chocolate drops.
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    OMG I think that's MY cookie recipe! It's blimin awesome
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzi View Post
    OMG I think that's MY cookie recipe! It's blimin awesome
    Hands off, it's mine! (which I did stealed from the internet!)
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    Hmm... Mine was sent to me by a friend ages and ages and ages ago - but it uses brown sugar, not castor.. And you can substitute the choc for raisins or something and some mixed spice....
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    Mmmmmm those recipes sound awesome Emmie

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    Sorry to burst anyones bubble but I think youll find choc salty balls belong to this guy

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