Erin Baker’s Breakfast Cookie Caramel Apple, 3-Ounce Individually Wrapped Cookies (Pack of 12)

Erin Baker’s Breakfast Cookie Caramel Apple, 3-Ounce Individually Wrapped Cookies (Pack of 12)

  • Twelve individually wrapped 3-Ounce cookies
  • All Natural, Baked Fresh with diced dried apples and gooey caramel
  • 19g of Whole Grains per serving
  • HINT: Try them toasted – its delicious!
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

What is a Breakfast Cookie? An Erin Baker’s Breakfast Cookies is like your morning bowl of oatmeal, but in cookie form and perfectly portable! Each all-natural oatmeal based cookie is balanced with complex carbohydrates, protein, good fats and fiber providing you with a healthy and convenient alternative to other breakfast foods. Sweetened with fruit puree each cookie combines the flavors we all love with a heartiness that satisfies for hours. Each member of the family is sure to have a favorite so be sure to stock your pantry. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, what better way to enjoy it than with Erin Baker’s? About the Brand: I started baking and selling cookies at 9 years old and loved it so much I decided to make it my life’s work and yes my last name really is “Baker”! It all began in 1994 when I rented the 4-H kitchen at the Whidbey Island Fairgrounds to bake my way to a better life. Inspired by my mom’s healthy baking and armed with a KitchenAid mixer, I created a revolutionary new way to serve breakfast the Breakfast Cookie was born! For the last 17 years, oats, fruit & honey have been the staple ingredients in my bakery, making us unique in our efforts to provide healthier food products. I take great pride in baking products with whole food ingredients which provide sustained energy and optimal nutrition. Over the years I have created many wonderful recipes to share with my loyal following. My Breakfast Cookies, Homestyle Granola, Breakfast Cookie Minis and Organic Brownie Bites are handcrafted and baked to order, promising homemade freshness and flavor. Simple, wholesome baking principles inspired me when I was a little girl. They still make perfect sense now that I am grown up! Bake with purpose, bake fresh to order, bake with healthy and wholesome ingredients. It’s that simple. Erin Baker, Founder.

List Price: $ 16.80

Price: $ 16.80

Erin Baker’s Breakfast Cookie Morning Glory, 3-Ounce Individually Wrapped Cookies (Pack of 12)

Erin Baker’s Breakfast Cookie Morning Glory, 3-Ounce Individually Wrapped Cookies (Pack of 12)

  • Twelve individually wrapped 3-Ounce cookies
  • All Natural, Baked Fresh with apples, walnuts, coconut, raisins and a dash of carrot cake spice
  • 19g of Whole Grains per serving
  • HINT: Try them toasted – its delicious!
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

What is a Breakfast Cookie? An Erin Baker’s Breakfast Cookies is like your morning bowl of oatmeal, but in cookie form and perfectly portable! Each all-natural oatmeal based cookie is balanced with complex carbohydrates, protein, good fats and fiber providing you with a healthy and convenient alternative to other breakfast foods. Sweetened with fruit puree each cookie combines the flavors we all love with a heartiness that satisfies for hours. Each member of the family is sure to have a favorite so be sure to stock your pantry. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, what better way to enjoy it than with Erin Baker’s? About the Brand: I started baking and selling cookies at 9 years old and loved it so much I decided to make it my life’s work and yes my last name really is “Baker”! It all began in 1994 when I rented the 4-H kitchen at the Whidbey Island Fairgrounds to bake my way to a better life. Inspired by my mom’s healthy baking and armed with a KitchenAid mixer, I created a revolutionary new way to serve breakfast the Breakfast Cookie was born! For the last 17 years, oats, fruit & honey have been the staple ingredients in my bakery, making us unique in our efforts to provide healthier food products. I take great pride in baking products with whole food ingredients which provide sustained energy and optimal nutrition. Over the years I have created many wonderful recipes to share with my loyal following. My Breakfast Cookies, Homestyle Granola, Breakfast Cookie Minis and Organic Brownie Bites are handcrafted and baked to order, promising homemade freshness and flavor. Simple, wholesome baking principles inspired me when I was a little girl. They still make perfect sense now that I am grown up! Bake with purpose, bake fresh to order, bake with healthy and wholesome ingredients. It’s that simple. Erin Baker, Founder.

List Price: $ 16.80

Price: $ 13.66

A cookie to die for !

A cookie to die for !
Crash Diets
Image by Mona Loldwoman (Look for the good)
February’s First Challenge
"what can you do with cookies" and please go outside of the box on this one literally!
I stayed outside of the bag.
I haven’t spent this much time on the cookie aisle in 35 years.

See other challenge photos at:
Monday Photo Challenges and Thursday Retreads
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I’ve been a little busy this last week preparing for the ‘big’ ice storm, dealing with flickering electricity for three days during ad after the storm, ( trying to stay off the computers for fear of a power surge, even with protectors you can crash a system ) followed by the inevitable power outage, This time for only 39 ¾ hours. The next time we have a spare 0.00 we Are getting a generator. I knew there was a reason I had kept my old battery powered cassette player, We listened to episodes of “The Shadow”, Orson Wells’ “War of the Worlds” and “The Bickersons”. I miss old radio shows. They are so descriptive and allow your mind to really blossom. It was… Fun this time. We were prepared. 😀

My first choice was to photograph a man’s mustache (aka ‘cookie duster’ ). I did not cross pathes with one mustache clad man the day we were running around preparing for the ice storm, being icebound, this is my second choice.

COOKIES ARE EXPRESSLY FORBIDDEN.!!! All the good ones contain sugar. Sugar is EVIL.
I paid dearly for That Pie at Thanksgiving. But boy oh boy was it worth it. There are times I would die for an Oreo double stuff.! And occasionally take the risk. Lol.
I allow myself two pieces of sweet a day. My own rules, no medical reason other than a book I read in 1974 called “Sugar Blues”.. That is when I took refined sugar out of my diet .
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Surely you know by now, I’m going to have something extra for you.
You really should make time and read the second link. At least go there, mark it and come back to it another day. I have pulled a few key paragraphs and placed them below.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sugar_Blues
Sugar Blues
Sugar Blues is a book by William Dufty that was released in 1975 and became a commercial success. According to the publishers, over 1.6 million copies have been printed.
In the book, Dufty makes the case that sugar is an addictive drug, that it is extremely harmful to the human body, and that the sugar industry conspires to keep Americans addicted to sugar.
The book’s central argument is that a small dietary change, eliminating refined sugar, can make a huge difference in how good one is able to feel physically and mentally.
John Lennon was a strong supporter of the book.

www.quantumbalancing.com/news/sugar_blues.htm
Dufty compares sugar to opium, morphine, and heroin, and calls sugar companies "pushers". He blamed sugar for everything from acne and scurvy to bubonic plague.

One of the most powerful ‘Lobby’ groups in Washington is.
THE NUTRITION FOUNDATION INC,. a front organization for the leading sugar-pushing conglomerates in the food business, including the American Sugar Refining Company, Coca-Cola, Pepsi-Cola, Curtis Candy Co., General Foods, General Mills, Nestlé Co., Pet Milk Co. and Sunshine Biscuits-about 45 such companies in all.

In the 1930s, a research dentist from Cleveland, Ohio, Dr Weston A. Price, traveled all over the world-from the lands of the remote Alaska to the South Sea Islands, from Africa to New Zealand. His Nutrition and Physical Degeneration: A Comparison of Primitive and Modern Diets and Their Effects, which is illustrated with hundreds of photographs, was first published in 1939.
Dr Price took the whole world as his laboratory. His devastating conclusion, recorded in horrifying detail in area after area, was simple. People who live under so-called backward primitive conditions had excellent teeth and wonderful general health. They ate natural, unrefined food from their own locale. As soon as refined, sugared foods were imported as a result of contact with "civilization", physical degeneration began in a way that was definitely observable within a single generation.
Any credibility the sugar pushers have is based on our ignorance of works like that of Dr Price. Sugar manufacturers keep trying, hoping and contributing generous research grants to colleges and universities; but the research laboratories never come up with anything solid the manufacturers can use. Invariably, the research results are bad news.

Dextrose, also called "corn sugar", is derived synthetically from starch. Fructose is fruit sugar. Maltose is malt sugar. Lactose is milk sugar. Sucrose is refined sugar made from sugar cane and sugar beet.

"Made from natural ingredients", the television sugar-pushers tell us about product after product. The word "from" is not accented on television. It should be. Even refined sugar is made from natural ingredients. There is nothing new about that. The natural ingredients are cane and beets. But that four-letter word "from" hardly suggests that 90 per cent of the cane and beet have been removed. Heroin, too, could be advertised as being made from natural ingredients. The opium poppy is as natural as the sugar beet. It’s what man does with it that tells the story.
If you want to avoid sugar in the supermarket, there is only one sure way. Don’t buy anything unless it says on the label prominently, in plain English: "No sugar added". Use of the word "carbohydrate" as a "scientific" word for sugar has become a standard defense strategy with sugar pushers and many of their medical apologists. It’s their security blanket.
One lump of sugar in your coffee after a sandwich is enough to turn your stomach into a fermenter. One soda with a hamburger is enough to turn your stomach into a still. Sugar on cereal-whether you buy it already sugared in a box or add it yourself-almost guarantees acid fermentation.

FACTS ABOUT WHITE SUGAR CONSUPTION
The average American consumes an astounding two pounds of sugar each week, which is not surprising considering that highly refined sugars in the forms of sucrose (table sugar), dextrose (corn sugar), and high-fructose corn syrup are being processed into so many foods such as BREAD, breakfast CEREALl, KETCHUP, MAYONNAISE, PEANUT BUTTER, SPAGETTI SAUCE, and a plethora of microwave meals.
An average American consumes147 pounds of sweeteners each year.
Monoglycerides used in some ice creams are a possible cancer causing agent in test animals.

www.quantumbalancing.com/news/sugar_blues.htm

ALL current research supports the above information.
Scary huh.

OREO’s, a cookie to die for!!!!

000 – 002 OREO mosaic #2fr1a

Favorite Easy and Delicious Thanksgiving Recipes. Dinner, Dressing, Kids, Stuffing, Cookie, Side dish, Salad, vegetables, Leftovers Recipe

Favorite Easy and Delicious Thanksgiving Recipes. Dinner, Dressing, Kids, Stuffing, Cookie, Side dish, Salad, vegetables, Leftovers Recipe

Favorite Easy and Delicious Thanksgiving Recipes. Dinner, Dressing, Kids, Stuffing, Cookie, Side dish, Salad, vegetables, Leftovers Recipe

Here are some of the recipes that you will learn how to make:

Diabetic Thanksgiving Cheesecake
Fresh Cranberry Orange Relish
Pumpkin Cookies
Bread Stuffing Side
Glazed Carrots
Turkey Loaf
Maple Candied Yams
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Kids Thanksgiving Recipes
Thanksgiving Cranberry Jello Salad
Thanksgiving Orange Sherbet Salad
Creamed Turkey For Popovers
Creamed Onions
Thanksgiving Vegetable Casserole
Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Enchiladas
Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Pie
Thanksgiving Wild Rice And Mushroom Dressing
Thanksgiving Cornbread Dressing
Thanksgiving Meat Stuffing
Bread Stuffing Side
Oyster Stuffing For Thanksgiving Turkey
Famous Thanksgiving Stuffing
Pumpkin Cookies
Thanksgiving Turkey Cookies
Thanksgiving Gingerbread Turkey Cookies

List Price: $ 3.47

Price: $ 3.47

Melissa & Doug Sunny Patch Seaside Sidekicks Sand Cookie Set

Melissa & Doug Sunny Patch Seaside Sidekicks Sand Cookie Set

  • Sea-creature inspired ?baking? set
  • Includes cookie cutters, a rolling pin, and a crab-topped ?sprinkle? shaker
  • Cookie sheet, a spatula and two shell-shaped dishes for serving
  • Perfect for a day at the beach
  • Exceptional Quality and value

Melissa & Doug Toys – Seaside Sidekicks Sand Cookie Set. Melissa & Doug Toys – Seaside Sidekicks Sand Cookie Set Take the fun of the beach or sandbox, add cookie cutters, a rolling pin, a crab-topped sprinkle shaker, a cookie sheet, a spatula and two shell-shaped dishesits a recipe for delight! And, it all stores in a handy mesh bag. Share hours of fun with your child! Order the Melissa & Doug Toys – Seaside Sidekicks Sand Cookie Set today, from Brookstone. Dimensions: 15.25″ x 15″ x 3.5″ Packaged

List Price: $ 14.99

Price: $ 9.48

Cookie and Cream

Cookie and Cream

  • Players must think on their feet and utilize creative survival skills to have any hope of seeing their family again; body temperature and health decrease when players are wet or in cold weather too long; they must find places to warm themselves and scrap together meals from whatever they can find
  • In the end, players must run, climb, jump and crawl their way out of this devastated city, while constantly trying to piece together information from emergency broadcasts and other victims of the disaster
  • Nintendo DS
  • Published by Agetec
  • Game Genre: Action/Adventure

When the moon is no longer lighting the night sky, two rabbits – Cookie and Cream – are put in charge of discovering where the night time orb has gone to. Their investigation leads them to a mysterious trap-filled island. They’ll have to work together if they hope to rescue the errant lunar object in time for the Moon Festival. Players of Cookie and Cream must navigate their way through the diverse worlds on the top screen while solving puzzles and disarming traps on the Touch Screen below. Played as either a single-player game where one person controls both characters, or as a cooperative game where one person maneuvers Cookie on the top screen while the other is in charge of Cream on the Touch Screen, Cookie and Cream is a unique combination of gaming genres that’s completely unlike anything else on Nintendo DS. Players can also take part in 9 fun minigames, or up to four players can play a minigame battle where the fastest to solve the most games wins.

List Price: $ 14.99

Price: $ 14.91

Melissa & Doug Slice and Bake Cookie Set

Melissa & Doug Slice and Bake Cookie Set

  • Wooden set includes 12 wooden, sliceable cookies
  • Cookies store in a durable dough tube
  • Perfect for creative play
  • Enrich a child’s imagination
  • Exceptional quality and value

Slice, Decorate & Serve!
Slice and “bake” a dozen wooden cookies, then decorateYoung children naturally love to pretend they’re doing “grown-up” things — it’s a fun and important part of childhood development. The Melissa & Doug Wooden Slice and Bake Cookie Set lets children ages three and up pretend to bake, decorate, and serve cookies, all while practicing fine motor skills, learning number concepts, and more. The set includes a dozen wooden cookies, a dozen wooden decorating pieces, and toy wooden kitchen utensils.

Slice and Bake Cookie Set

    Ages: 3+
What We Think

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The Good: Sturdy, high-quality wooden toy is built to last, offers plenty of opportunity for both independent and interactive pretend play

The Challenging: It’s a toy with a lot of individual pieces, but it includes handy, clever storage solutions

In a Nutshell: Wooden cookie set comes with toy kitchen utensils, providing fun tools to foster imaginary play in preschool-age children

Kids love using the wooden spatula to remove their cookie creations from the tray.
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“Slice” cookies from the tube of “dough” with the wooden toy knife. View larger.

Bake Up Something Good
The Slice and Bake Cookie Set features a dozen cookies that are packaged in a cardboard tube that looks just like a tube of cookie dough from the grocery store. Because they’re held together with Velcro, the cookies slide out in one piece. Use the wooden toy knife to “slice” the cookies apart — the Velcro makes a satisfying slicing sound when it separates.

The child can then place the cookies on the cookie sheet and pretend the cookies are baking, making sure to hold the “hot” cookie sheet with the oven mitt once they’re done. (Note that the toy kitchen utensils are not meant for use with real food or with real kitchen appliances.)

Once the cookies are done baking, it’s decorating time! The 12 “vanilla” and “chocolate” frosting pieces attach to the cookies with Velcro. They are painted with different, yummy looking sprinkles, candy pieces, and icing patterns, so your child can create a variety of different looking cookies. After the decorating is done, your child can serve them up with the included wooden toy spatula.

Perfect for preschool-age children, this toy not only offers plenty of opportunity for imaginary play, it also helps small kids exercise their motor skills. Our preschool-age tester found it challenging, yet fun, to slice the cookies apart. And while our toy tester enjoyed playing with it independently, this toy makes a great parent-and-child activity, too.

Adults can place custom orders for cookies, play counting and matching games, and more. If you’re at a loss for ideas, Melissa & Doug includes interactive play ideas on the back of the cookie sheet that help you encourage your child to learn while she plays.

Sturdy, High-Quality Construction
The Slice and Bake Cookie Set definitely has plenty of pieces, so we were glad to find that the cardboard tube is big enough to contain both the cookies and the toppings, making cleanup and organization much easier. We also love the toy’s sturdy wooden construction that’s built for plenty of rough play. And as with all of their products, Melissa & Doug states that this toy is made with non-toxic coatings and meets or exceeds US toy testing standards.

About Melissa & Doug
Started in the garage at Doug’s parents’ house in 1988, Melissa & Doug has grown to become one of the most popular toy makers in the world. Their toys have garnered dozens of parenting and “best toy” awards over the years, and have been featured widely in national print media and on television.

One of the company’s points of pride is that their toys are thoroughly tested for safety, and meet all US consumer product safety regulations. The toys are tested at the factory of origin during various phases of the production process to ensure that every toy meets the company’s stringent safety requirements every step along the way. In particular, the paints and coatings on Melissa & Doug toys are tested frequently to be sure they meet or exceed government recommendations limiting heavy metals and lead in children’s items.

Since day one, Melissa & Doug has been in compliance with every US consumer product safety regulation and will continue to stay compliant as the laws continue to evolve, assuring parents that their children can have a safe childhood while playing with Melissa & Doug toys.

What’s in the Box
12 wood cookies, 12 decorative toppings, toy cookie dough tube, wooden cookie tray, wooden spatula, wooden toy knife and oven mitt.


Rating: (out of 81 reviews)

List Price: $ 19.99

Price: $ 10.75

Fun Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes

Fun Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes

The emotional trigger that a smell can stir up is one of the most powerful triggers that there is. If you live anywhere in the United States, chances are that the smell of chocolate chip cookies baking conjures up some kind of emotional memory for you. Smells are part of how we remember, part of how we define our memories, our stories, our lives.

For me, the smells of baking were part of my childhood, part of the fabric of how I define my childhood and part of the fabric of how I define my life to this day. The smell of a favorite baked treat can still bring a smile of remembrance to my face. What kitchen smells define your childhood memories? What smells do you want your children to define as their childhood memories? Here a couple of great variations on that old favorite, chocolate chip cookies. I hope you use these baking recipes to make wonderful memories with your children.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

1 1/4 cups flour

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

3/4 cup butter, softened

1/2 cup sugar

1/2 cup packed brown sugar

1/2 cup creamy peanut butter

1 egg

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips

1/2 cup peanuts, coarsely chopped

In a small bowl, combine the flour, baking soda, salt and cinnamon. In a large bowl, combine the butter, sugar, brown sugar, and peanut butter. Mix together until creamy. Add in the egg and vanilla extract. Add the flour mixture. Add in the chocolate chips and peanuts. Drop the dough by teaspoons onto baking sheets. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 7 to 10 minutes or until the edges of the cookies are set but the centers are soft. After removing the cookies from the oven, leave them on the baking sheets for 4 minutes before removing them.

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

1 3/4 cups flour

1 teaspoon baking soda

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 1/4 cups light brown sugar, packed

1 cup butter, softened

1/2 cup sugar

2 eggs

2 tablespoons milk

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

2 1/2 cups quick-cooking or old-fashioned oats

2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips

1 cup chopped nuts (optional)

In a small bowl, combine the flour, baking soda and salt. In a large bowl, mix together the brown sugar, butter and regular sugar. Add in the eggs, milk and vanilla extract. Slowly add the flour mixture. Add the oats, chocolate chips and nuts. Drop by tablespoons onto baking sheets. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 9 to 10 minutes for soft cookies and 12 to 13 for crispy ones.

Jill Borash loves to share her passion for baking and story telling at her website, YourBakingStory.com. If you’re looking for a tasty baking recipe or just a good story, stop by and browse awhile. Happy Baking!