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oatmealwith raisin

 

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chocolate chip

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Any peanut butter and chocolate

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I have two.  Snicker doodles and Mexican Wedding Cakes.

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I have two.  Snicker doodles and Mexican Wedding Cakes.

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Chocolate chunck cookies, the soft ones. Keebler fudge sandwich cookies. Boy do I miss the chocolate fudge sammie cookies that Sunshine used to make!

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Homemade snickerdoodles!

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Husband: homemade soft oatmeal raisin.

wife: homemade double chocolate chip peanut butter!

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jc93014263 wrote:

To all the people who's favorite cookie is store bought, I really feel bad for you. Never in my life of 61yrs have I ever bought something from the store that was better than I could make at home. 


@jc93014263  Jim, I didn't mention Pepperidge Farms cookies because they are the best of the best, but because I can buy a pkg of what 8-10?, and not end up with dozens in my freezer calling my name. Smiley Happy

 

I make a shortbread that is out of this world. Chocolate chip, butterscotch, oatmeal and peanut butter cookies as well. I just choose not to. For health reasons we don't want a fresh batch of cookies in the house, much less a few dozen cookies in the freezer. Smiley Happy  

 

DH and I, senior athletes intent upon improving our weight to power ratios, have lost 70 pounds (combined) in the last 3ish years. We aim to keep off that weight and also to keep the health gains from having jettisoned unnecessary pounds. Which means verrrrrrrry few cookies. Smiley Happy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I love any soft, moist cookie that does not have raisins.  It would be hard to pick just one favorite, but it would probably be snickerdoodles, or plain sugar cookies.  When I make oatmeal cookies I use dried cranberries instead of raisins.  They're deelicious!  I'm hungry.  Gonna go make some cookies!