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Recipe: Olga’s Cookies by Erica Ashmore

17 June 2011 2 Comments

While this is absolutely a kid-friendly recipe, try whipping up a batch for dad on Father’s Day!

by Erica Ashmore

My son has been finicky with his last molars coming and he only wanted to eat hard boiled eggs, but he’ll only eat the egg whites! My mom has been visiting from Winnipeg and she always brings recipes. Oldie but goodie!I think this is best for children 1 year and up only because of the sugar but it’s up to you!

Just make sure you have your Weleda’s Calendula Tooth Gel to teach good dental hygiene.

Olga’s Cookies

1/2 cup unsalted butter
1/4 cup sugar
2 cooked egg yolks
1 cup of organic flour
1 tsp of vanilla extract(non alcohol if you can find and organic even better.

*The recipes calls for Almond Extract but nuts should be avoided until your child is 7 years-0ld (check with your doctor).

Preheat oven to 350F

Blend butter and sugar, add in the egg yolks, flour and vanilla.  Form into a log and get your cookie presser out.
Put the dough mixture into the cookie presser and press onto a cookie sheet.

They cook quickly so check them after 7 minutes.



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