It's me again..the wannabe experimental cook/baker.
What I would like to know this time is, can leftover cooked oatmeal successfully be used in cookies? Or to you need to just use the dry oats?
You can use leftover oatmeal for muffins but not sure about cookies.
Here's a recipe I found:
http://www.food.com/recipe/leftover-coo … ins-318283
Dzy, Here is another one that I found and it looks like you can use leftover oatmeal. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index … 726AA5gKSp
Awesome! Thank you!
Now, I wonder why my searches don't work???? I feel like such a dummy, asking a question here, and folks come up with internet results that I couldn't find...
I fed my leftover porridge to my cats this morning - they loved it, and although it's not quite what you asked, it is a way of not wasting it.
My family eats a lot of oatmeal when i have leftovers i turn it
into bread or muffins but my brother is a baker and he had a recipe for leftover a friend pass off to him.
Here's the recipe:
Leftover Oatmeal Cookies
2 c flour
1 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
1 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp nutmeg
1 c sugar
2/3 c shortening (I use butter)
1 1/2 cups cooked oatmeal
Sift dry ingredients together. Add shortening & eggs and beat until creamy--about 2 minutes. (It does eventually become creamy!) Stir in oatmeal. Drop onto greased baking sheets and bake at 375 for 12-15 minutes. Makes about 4 dozen.
I hope this works out for you and good luck
Oh, thanks so much! That does sound delicious! I'm going to print that out, and I hope your brother doesn't get mad that you shared a "family recipe." ..or his friend's family, that is.......
by Michelle Taylor 5 years ago
What do you like to do with Thanksgiving leftovers?
by crystaleyes 5 years ago
I need to cook fresh meals every time, I usually have very less leftovers.. Even if i have i do not give them to my children.. Do you agree that leftovers can get fatal with children and the aged?
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