Infamous Siberian Peanut Butter WOO Cookies
Month's ago I was debating whether or not I wanted to continue buying cookie treats for all of the kids. What I was concerned with, was the quality of the treats that I was getting always checking the back of the bags to be sure that they were made from a reputable company, and as well making sure that I was always checking the ingredients for anything that I felt that would not be right for them. Then I started realizing the prices of them started to increase, probably because of the economy.
I wondered if I could make a cookie treat, that would they would like. So I started researching recipes.
Once I came up with a few that I felt could make and not turn into a charcoal treat that they would not just look at me and go , "What is that supposed to be? Some kind of toy? - It smelled and looked quite tasty until after you put it in that box thing!"
The next task that I had was, which one I attempt first. Once that was thoroughly discussed with all of the them. We chose one, and they informed me of what was going to happen to me if it stuck to the woo of their mouths.
Bearing that in mind, I got all of the supplies and utensils out that I was going to need, and I got started. I had all the kids all wanting to help, they didn't want to wait for the finished product, but I decided to insist.
the finished product
After they came out of the oven and cooled off for a couple hours, the real test came. Would they like them?, I thought to myself. I walked into the room with them and I was rushed.
GIMME! , GIMME!!, WOO GIMME!!!
They all loved them, Dad made something, and to boot, got it right, and we love it!!
WOO WOO WOO!!
See a woo dad's baking doesn't always turn out like charcoal!
The recipe that I chose to use :
Siberian Peanut Butter Woo Cookies
This one won't stick to the woo of your Siberians mouth!!!
1/4 cup of Peanut Butter (use the original natural creamy kind with no salt added)
1 Cup of Water (you can add more to make a moister dough if you choose to)
1 Cup of Oatmeal (rolled, you can put into a food processor to make smaller if you desire)
1 Tablespoon of Vegetable Oil
2 1/4 Cups of Whole Wheat Flour
Preheat your oven to 375 degrees
Next in a large bowl mix your peanut butter, vegetable oil, and water. Stir well.
Slowly start adding the Whole Wheat Flour while stirring, then stir in the Oatmeal.
Roll out your dough to to about 1/4 inch thickness and cut with a cookie cutter.
Place them onto an UN greased cookie sheet.
Bake at 375 degrees for approx 30 to 35 minutes. (Don't be afraid to check them)
Put on a cooling rack to cool.
This recipe should make around 2 to 2 1/2 dozen cookies.