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Meg's Cereal Cookies

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Recipe Created By: Meg


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1 cup rice baby cereal
1 Tbsp baking powder
2 Tbsp canola or safflower oil
1 4 oz jar baby fruit or orange vegetable (Stage 2)
1 tsp vanilla
to taste cinnamon (optional)


Mix baking powder with cereal, then add remaining ingredients.

Spoon onto cookie sheeet (I line mine with parchment), and flatten slightly (these don't spread at all, they just kinda puff from the powder).

Bake 10-12 minutes at 350 °F. They will be firm to touch but still chewy. If you over-do, put in airtight container or zip-top bag for a while until soft. Do not STORE in sealed container/bag long term, or they will turn to goo. Makes about 12 small cookies.


Sometimes I add a little cinnamon to mine (maybe a tsp? I just shake it on until it looks good), especially if I'm making a veggie cookie. You can always taste-test the dough--no raw eggs!!


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I must admit, I was a little frightened to try this recipe, yet
at the same time very curious, so I had to try it. I used
and peaches and added a little sugar (I tried the batter first
and just couldn't do it without sugar, I only added a small
amount of white and brown sugar, didn't measure, about
1/2 a handful of each at the most) and just a dash of
cinnamon. And I must say that I was SHOCKED!! Super
moist and delicious. Great for kids who can't have the soy,
milk, peanuts, eggs due to allergies!! It's a keeper!

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