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If you’ve been following my blog you know I am writing a
novel and letting anyone interested follow along. In my book, Sonja, a young
entrepreneur has purchased a coffee shop in Door County, Wisconsin. Sonja had
big ideas. The fancy biscotti and prepackaged muffins do not go over well and
she turns to a family favorite recipe for cookies.
I have made these cookies and they are great. Since my post
about the cookies, I have had people ask me for the recipe. So here is the
basic recipe. These cookies are good plain, but you may want to try a few
variations as Sonja has done, such as adding butterscotch morsels or almonds.
Have fun and if you haven’t already joined my blog, now is a good time to
start. I post my current word count as I push toward my 80,000 word goal every
Wednesday. I will post additional recipes from Sonja on Fridays.
Great with coffee!
2 C. brown Sugar
1 C. white sugar
1 ½ C. cooking oil
2 t. vanilla
4 C. flour
2 t. baking soda
1 t. salt
1 ½ C oatmeal
4 C. cornflakes
Mix together well (you may need to use a dough hook or your
hands for this)