Oatmeal Walnut Dried Fruit Cookies

In the United States, the recipes generally called Grandma's XXX are the recipes inherited from the family. Different families with the same recipe will have different practices, but the same is the strong love in the process of cooking for the family. My original roommate told me that the impression of a grandmother ’s cookie in a family will not change with time and place. Today this cookie is the most satisfying one after I tried several family recipes

In the United States, the recipes generally called Grandma's XXX are the recipes inherited from the family. Different families with the same recipe will have different practices, but the same is the strong love in the process of cooking for the family. My original roommate told me that the impression of a grandmother ’s cookie in a family will not change with time and place. Today this cookie is the most satisfying one after I tried several family recipes

Material

butter 8Tbs (1 stick)
brown sugar 1/2 cup
Soft white sugar 1/2 cup
egg 1 piece
vanilla extract 1/2 Tbs
all purpose flour 1cup
salt 1/2 tsp
baking soda 1 /2tsp
Cinnamon 1/2 Tbs
walnuts or pecan 1/2 cup
Raisins or dried prunes 1/2 cup
Oats 3 /2cup

The butter softens naturally at room temperature, and the eggs are taken out of the refrigerator to return to room temperature

Speak butter and sugar together for 2min, then add egg and vanilla extract and mix well

Sift flour, salt, baking soda, cinnamon powder and mix well, add to beaten butter

Add dried fruit and dried fruit (make sure it is dry!) And mix well

Add oatmeal at the end, take care not to use instant oatmeal, use one oatmeal

Preheat the oven at 350F, knead 12 small balls of the previously mixed materials and place them on cookie sheets. Make sure there is enough space between each because the cookies will expand greatly during the baking process

Take it out after 12 minutes of baking, shape the cookie into a satisfactory shape with a shovel, and then put it on a wire rack to cool naturally

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