Tuesday, November 7, 2017

TWD - Kerrin's Multigrain Chocolate Chip Cookies


This month, our first recipe pick from Dorie's Cookies is Kerrin's Multigrain Chocolate Chip Cookies.  I know that Mardi will be pleased - she has consistently voted for these for months.

These cookies are "multigrain" because the recipe calls for whole wheat flour, buckwheat flour and kasha.  Mine are a little less multigrain, as I subbed the buckwheat flour for the cornmeal that we had to buy for Dorie's recipes a while back, and I subbed the kasha for ground almonds.  The reasons for these substitutions are practical - use up what you have and don't buy even more packets of  unusual ingredients to languish in the pantry with the existing ones.

Despite my substitutions, these cookies were delicious.  I accidentally made a full batch, but they will not go to waste.  They are simply delish!

To see what the other cookie bakers made this week, visit the LYL section of the TWD website.

6 comments:

  1. Hmmm, interesting with mix of flours. Wish I could try one, sounds good!

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  2. Yes I WAS leased! I make them often and wanted everyone to enjoy them as well! LOVE!!

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  3. Ooh I have to give these a try! I accidentally bought another bag of buckwheat flour but don't use it much do I'm thinking of things to use it up with!

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  4. Oh that is such an unusual biscuit, so glad they were yummy. I applaud your use-what-you-have baking!

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  5. I agree with you on ingredients. Luckily I can usually buy from bulk and just get what I need. These are delicious and I am so surprised my son loves them. I think I will make them my standard chocolate cookie recipe.

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  6. Interesting! I like the sound of them.

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