Linda's Preacher Cookies

Bryson Hatfield


This recipe was handed down from my cousin's aunt, Linda M. Hatfield, who has now passed away. Linda's husband, Conard, is a minister and these were a hit.


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How to Make Linda's Preacher Cookies


  1. Mix together margarine, milk, sugar, and peanut butter and bring to a boil. Boil 3 minutes.
  2. Take from stove and add oatmeal, cocoa and vanilla. Stir until mixture gets thick.
  3. The drop by spoon onto waxed paper and let COOL, COOL, COOL.

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