Recipe by Tricia
"This recipe sounds a little different, but is really good. It is also a cute cookie to serve at Halloween."
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unsweetened cocoa powder
wheat and barley nugget cereal (e.g. Grape-Nuts™)
O.k. I gave this five stars for the presentation. I took it to my church Halloween party and people thought it was hysterical! I really made realistic looking poops! Curled ones, straight ones etc.
Now for the taste. These are not the best cookies by any means. I added brown sugar to try to help out with the flavor, but they are just very floury and dry. If I could rate the taste I would say more like two stars. I'm sure their is a better recipe out there.
But really, are we making this recipe for the taste? I don't think so.
I was very disappointed in the "taste" of these cookies. The recipe itself was simple, but the outcome was not what I had hoped.
I was very dissapointed with this cookie, they taste awful, and it was a waste of time. There has to be a better tasting cookie out there.
I added 1/2 C. brown sugar, but it didn't really help the taste. The cookies are very bland. What helped immensely was the caramel topping I served with them, which you can pass off as... you know. The cookies alone have no taste, but with caramel, they are very good!
these are absolutley the worst cookies ever, and my son was on my account and found theese. he somehow got the idea that REAL cat poop tasted like cookies. luckily i stopped him before he got to it, but you really should be more careful!
As others have said, this is not the greatest cookie in the world but hey- like a bunch of elementary school-age kids really care (hehe). The effect is what got (and held) their attention. OK, modified the recipe a bit and made the dough a bit moister, cut back on the honey a bit and threw in a little brown sugar. Served in a new, clean litter pan with a new, clean scoop. I also microwaved a few long Tootsie Rolls and stuck them in the Grape-Nuts, and "hung" 2 of the Tootsie Rolls over the edge of the box for that extra-special visual touch. The girls wouldn't touch them, but the boys were crazy about them. I didn't add coconut, or ramen noodles though, that would have been too much for me! Will make again, although for the effect, rather than culinary merit ;-)
These don't taste very good at all. I think it would be cute to use a CLEAN cat poop scoop, instead of a serving fork.
I was hoping for a sharp contrast between the appearance and taste. I don't think this recipe achieved that.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cat Poop Cookies I
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 104
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