Raisin Bran Chewies Cookies

Raisin Bran Chewies Cookies

"'I created this recipe when I was trying to use up some Raisin Bran cereal,' explains Ione Perkins of Rowlins, Wyoming."
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30 m servings
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  1. In a mixing bowl, cream shortening and sugars. Add eggs, honey and vanilla; mix well. Combine flour, baking soda and salt; add to creamed mixture. Stir in cereal. Fold in raisins and walnuts. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto greased baking sheets. Bake at 350 degrees F for 12-14 minutes or until done.

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This is my new favorite cookie recipe. I used splenda blend and whole wheat flour instead of sugar and all purpose flour. I know I will make these again.

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I'm scratching my head about all the praise. Mine turned out dry, dry, dry. Not even remotely "chewy". The flavor, however, is excellent - hearty and delicious. I got the crunchy part. But we ju...

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This is my new favorite cookie recipe. I used splenda blend and whole wheat flour instead of sugar and all purpose flour. I know I will make these again.

LOVED IT! I have already made this twice within 24 hours!!! I followed the recipe as indicated, except I specans instead of walnuts. The cookies turned out great. I baked them for about 11 minu...

Very good recipe and a great way to use up the last of the raisin bran. I cut the recipe in half, but used 2 c. of raisin bran and added a little skim milk to the batter. I made these into 8 H...

Last night I wanted to use up the raisin bran I had, so when I looked I found this recipe. It was perfect. The cookies are tasty. I used butter in my batch, but everything else was the same i...

These cookies are wonderful. If you bake them just a little longer they are nice and crispy. I like them that way. My husband likes them a little chewy so I end up baking them both ways. Jus...

These are really Good if I sound surprised I am, I really didn't think raisin bran would make a good cookie. I used margerine instead of Shortning, used 1/4 cup of white sugar instead of half an...

I'm scratching my head about all the praise. Mine turned out dry, dry, dry. Not even remotely "chewy". The flavor, however, is excellent - hearty and delicious. I got the crunchy part. But we ju...

I've made cookies with various cereal added (corn flakes or rice krispies), but never before have I added Raisin Bran...and never before did I think I'd enjoy these so much! The 3 other photos, ...

Terriffic! nice and chewy and although not totally healthy, one has to figure they're a little less bad for you than the usual cookie. I didn't have enough honey and so replaced half of it with...

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