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Coconut oil

smonfils
By sherry monfils - Sep 1, 2014

I'm looking for recipes that are made w/ coconut oil. I heard it's better to use this oil, especially in baking, supposedly healthier, but I don't have any recipes, or how to convert from canola to coconut oil. Any help is appreciated:-)

My Food Blog

Juniabug63
By Junia Sonier - Aug 28, 2014

It's a work in progress and I'm still trying to come up with the perfect name for it. I have started a food blog a while back and decided to do something with it now. My family was tired of eating to same old thing all the time so I decided to start looking for more delicious foods that would incorporate veggies and meat to build up my 5 year olds iron intake. I hope y'all check it out and let me know what you think.

Tumblr: juniabug63.tumblr.com
Facebook: facebook.com/junesfoodblog

Dirty Chocolate Chip Cookies

Juniabug63
By Junia Sonier - Aug 28, 2014

Don't let the name scare you. There is no real dirt in the cookies at all. My son came up with the name when he saw them come out of the oven and it stuck. I love Oreos and chocolate chips so I decided to combine them. This was the result. I hope y'all try it and like it.

Dirty Chocolate Chip Cookies


cottage cheese cookies

scrapgran
By Peg Barker - Aug 26, 2014

Hi. When I was 16 (too many years ago to count!) I worked on a hay farm for the summer. I did all the baking and we provided lunch for the men working in the fields. The woman I worked with handed me a recipe for cottage cheese cookies. That's the only name I know although it could have a different name. Once mixed, you rolled the dough out, cut with a biscuit cutter, half of the dough you cut with a donut cutter so there was a hole in the middle. On the bottom of the cookie, you placed a teaspoon of jam and then put the top on with the hole over the jam. You then pinched the dough to seal or you could use a damp fork. I've looked everywhere for that recipe. I even wrote to the woman I worked for but she was getting older and didn't have a clue what I was asking for. Has anyone heard of these cookies and if so, does anyone have the recipe? If so, I'd appreciate getting it from you. I'm 65 now and would love to make those cookies at least once more while I can still bake. They were so delish.
Thank you.
Peg Barker
pbarker4149@embarqmail.com

My Chewy Strawberry Sugar Cookies

Juniabug63
By Junia Sonier - Aug 22, 2014

Ok, going to add my second recipe to the group. This is my third recipe I ever submitted on JAP. I hope y'all like it as much as my kids did. This cookie has become a staple for one of our Christmas cookies.

Chewy Strawberry Sugar Cookies