Kevin and I decided to take it easy this past weekend. He’s been traveling so much for work that it was the first weekend in over 2 months that we’ve been able to just hang out.
What relaxing activities did we do? We sat on the couch and caught up on our favorite shows!
Many episodes of Glee, Terra Nova, Dexter, Sons of Anarchy, The Homeland, and The Walking Dead were enjoyed. Oh, and napping, can’t forget all the naps!
And the cookies…
I made these babies on Friday night, a small “test” batch of 6 to make sure the recipe was a keeper.
The plan was to eat 1 each and then take pictures of them on Saturday, but that didn’t happen. I’d like to note also, that I only got to enjoy 1 cookie.
Kevin blamed the 5 missing cookies on Lexy. The crumbs on his shirt told a different story, but it’s rare that I bake cookies that don’t have dried fruit (which he hates) in them, so I let him have this one.
I made a bigger batch on Saturday before my Cross fit class and left them on the cooling rack for the hour.
I came home and what did I see? I’ll tell you what I didn’t see… my cookies!
There is a cookie monster on the loose in Airdrie, Alberta who is making cookie blog picture taking quite a difficult task.
3 days and 4 batches later, I finally have the recipe for you!
- ⅓ cupteff flour
- ⅓ cup light or green buckwheat flour
- ⅓ cup arrowroot powder
- 1 tablespoon whole flax seed
- 1 tablespoon ground flax seed
- ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- pinch himalayan rock salt
- ¼ cup light maple syrup
- 2 tablespoon grape seed oil
- 2 tablespoon apple sauce
- Preheat oven to 350F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicon baking mat.
- In large bowl, whisk together dry ingredients. Add wet ingredients and mix until fully incorporated.
- Roll by scant tablespoons into balls. Place 1-inch apart on prepared baking sheet.
- To flatten with a wavy impression, press down on each ball with your index and middle fingers slightly apart like a peace sign.
- Bake until bottoms are golden, about 12 to 14 minutes.
- Cool 5 minutes on sheets; transfer to wire racks to cool completely.
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The trick to keeping a batch of cookies in the house for longer than 12 hours: Make them on a Monday morning when the
cookie monster hubby is at work. heh I actually got to enjoy some this time!