Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Little Bit's Holiday Chocolate Chip Cookies
In an effort to cut down on refined sugar I've been using either rapadura or evap cane juice + 1/2 tsp/cup of molasses to replace brown sugar in our recipes. My daughter wanted to make chocolate chip cookies to share with some friends so she started mixing before she realized we didn't have brown sugar. I simply told her to add a little molasses to the evap cane juice...so she did...1/8th cup! I thought that might be a little on the strong side but much to my surprise, the chocolate chips and molasses taste great together! Everyone loved them! So she called them, Holiday Chocolate Chip Cookies! Like Christmas in a cookie!
2-1/4 Cup + 2 TBSP flour
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
1 cup butter
1/8 cup molasses
1-3/8 cup evap cane juice
1 tsp vanilla
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
Pondered by Sharon Wallace at 11:28 AM
Popular Posts from the Past 30 Days
I've been nominated! As one of the hosts of Wildcrafting Wednesdays, I post a link-up each week where folks can share their fav...
Please join me for the first week of the Herbal Medicine Chest where we'll celebrate the healing properties of herbs. Each Monday fo...
This post won a prize in the Mountain Rose Blog Sweetheart Recipe Exchange ! See my prize below There's a myriad of sites that sha...
Welcome to Post # 10 of our Herbal Medicine Chest. We've been exploring creating our own herbal preparations to help us put together...
This is the 4th week of our Herbal Medicine Chest. Join us every Monday for the next several weeks to explore herbal preparations and put t...
The Woodwife's Shop
Preparing small batch natural, additive free products for beauty, health and home right here in our kitchen since 1991 from herbs grown organically in our garden, wild crafted in nearby meadows and woodlands or purchased from reputable, like-minded companies. Dried everlasting wreaths, arrangements and potpourri. Herbal salves, tinctures, soaps, teas and more.