Recipe by Jackie Smith
"These showstoppers are great at parties. For added effect, mix in coconut (tapeworms) ramen noodles (roundworms), or peanuts. You can also coat the scoop with melted chocolate for a startling effect."
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2 1/3 cups
whole wheat flour
1 (32 ounce) package
wheat and barley nugget cereal (e.g. Grape-Nuts™)
crushed ramen noodles
i think its like really like really good.
and they look delicious and taste delicious too. i dont know what everyone was talking about! they are so good!! so they should poop in their own litter boxes!! :]]
Disgusting and a huge disapointment
The cookies looked wonderful for the effect, but the taste was horrible. Were these meant to be eaten??? I pitched the whole batch. As a matter of fact, my dog would not eat them either.
When I first saw this, I thought "I just have to make this for my friends". Of course, I did modify the recipe slightly- Cut the flour to two cups, and add 1/3 cup of cocoa powder. Used 1 1/2 tsp of pumpkin pie spice. Cut the molasses to 1/8 cup, increased the honey to 3/8 cup. Added 1/2 cup of crushed Heath bars. Added 1/2 cup brown sugar. The guys at work got a kick out of them, but I practically had to force feed the girls to get them to try it. It reminded me of the Cracklin Oat Bran cereal. Second batch I made I left out the brown sugar (ok, I forgot to add it), and took it over to watch the Rose Bowl game with friends. They all liked them. One even said she liked that they weren't as sweet as the Christmas cookies, because she was starting to get tired of all the sweetgoodies of the season. I gave it a four instead of five mainly because I'm not a big fan of Grapenuts, and that's the most dominant flavor- to me at least- but still pretty good. The appearance is great for Halloween or practical jokes. I could definitely see myself making these again. Just my two cents.
This cookie was...interesting.
I added mini m&m's for color and a little coconut.
They ended up being a little tough but the
chocolate made that easier to over-look.
The dough had to be refrigerated, which
took more time and I'm not sure that kids would
really like the strong molasses taste.
I have been making these cookies for my son's class for years and yes, they are bland so i do add a 1/4 cup of sugar and i melt in some real choco chips for flavor but, I also put candy, stickers and treats under the "litter' as an extra surprise for that kids. They will eat enough "" at a classroom party anyway. They are mostly used a visual.
These cookies tasted like POOP.....BUT for as HILARIOUS as they are, it was worth every effort put into them (which was pretty much zero). I got such a kick out of everyone trying to figure out "who the" \ "what the" is that, HA! I think you could probably use the Reese's Chewy Chocolate cookie recipe for these & they would be funny & good. Thanks for the humor Jackie, it made my day..Happy Halloween!! ;)
While these are "startling" to say the least, and did give the desired effect, they are very bland, and very dry. Nothing less would do for a prank, but be aware, the cookie itself isn't much to dig for.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/18 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 18
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 77
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