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    Thank you Mrs Johnsom for the Buffalo chip cookie recipe. My 9 year old GDaughter and I just finished baking a half a batch and they were de-lick- able.
    For those not in the know, Mrs. Johnson is the wife aof a great carver who was in the Bishop class this last Oct and she brought the Buffalo Chip cookies to class. We enjoyed them. I thank my little bride for asking her for the recipe.

  • #2
    Re: Thank you Mrs Johnson gonna just talk about it or share it? LOL
    "Lif iz lik a box "o" choc lets, ya nevr kno whut yull git!"


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      Re: Thank you Mrs Johnson

      I don't know...picturing a Buffalo cookie..anything like dung donuts?



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        Re: Thank you Mrs Johnson

        Originally posted by jillsy
        I don't know...picturing a Buffalo cookie..anything like dung donuts?

        Cowboys used to call those "bear sign".Talking


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          Re: Thank you Mrs Johnson

          Just talk about it! HEHEHEHEHEHEEHEHEHE

          Ok, Here is the recipe in it's original state.

          Buffalo Chip Cookies recipe
          Bake 12-15 minutes at 350 degrees
          I found out this,do not overbake or they will turn hard.

          Cream together
          1 cup Shortening
          1 cup of Butter(no oleo or marg)
          4 eggs
          1 tsp Vanilla

          Then add
          2 cups white sugar
          2 cups brown sugar
          2 cups Old Fashion oats(no quick oats)Why, I don't know.

          Shift together 4 cups of Flour
          1 1/2 tsp baking soda
          1 1/2 tsp salt
          Mix with above

          Then Stir in 2 cups of corn flakes
          2 cups of Choc Chips
          1 cup of coconut
          1 cup of nuts
          mix well and measure in 1/3 cup amounts. She said she place 6 per sheet. Ihad a couple restuarant size cookie sheets and got a dozon on each one.
          However, I cut the recipe in half except for the vanilla,coconut, choc chips and nuts.
          If you make the whole batch get ready for a work out on your arms on stiring or have a heavy duty mixer.
          Cutting in in half and use the 1/3 cup amount, I got 3 dozen and a couple extras.

          Just my little tips.
          Good with milk or coffee but not dunking.
          If the cookies turn hard in the container, put a slice of bread in the container and the mositure from the bread will soften the cookies or a couple slices of apple in the container will keep the cookies soft.
          To keep them from over baking, I take them out a few minutes early and they keep on baking from the heat within the cookies. I take the off the sheet at 15 minutes and place them on a wire rack or racks if you have more.
          Enjoy, I sure have been.


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            Re: Thank you Mrs Johnson

            This one sounds like a keeper!




            • #7
              Re: Thank you Mrs Johnson

              Buffalo chips ....

              (sigh) Don't get me started.