Making no Bake Cookies with Frigga

May 22, 2012 in Crafty Bees by velody

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As we enter into Summer for some this is the time to celebrate Frigga the Norse Goddess who is wife to Odin for her protection of over our kin and kith. She is known as a strong mother and for her domain of the home.

In that spirit we are doing a recipe today.

This simple recipe I found is great to make with everyone. Lil ‘R helped me completely with it.

The warnings first

 

This recipe contains Peanut Butter, Dairy Products, and Honey. Do not serve to any child under the age of 1. Also this recipe contains known common allergies: substitutions will work.

Ingredients

1/2 cup honey

1/2 cup peanut butter

1 cup nonfat dry milk

1 cup quick cooking oats

 

Mix all Ingredients in a box and stir well. stirring the batter
TIP: Spray the measuring cup with cooking spray before pouring in the honey. It will come out much easier.
Cover a cookie sheet with a piece of wax paper and roll out 1” balls of the mixture. Place in the fridge to chill.

Suggestions

  • Do not use a traditional store brand Peanut Butter. Though Lil ‘R loves these I found them to be too sweet. I would suggest using a low sugar or no sugar natural peanut butter.
  • Have fun and add it other ingredients like nuts, raisins, or other dried fruit the bring them up a notch.

I hope you all enjoy these are great yummy and easy cookies.

Next week we’ll be talking about the phases of the moon.

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Velody is a Heathen mother of 2 small children. She loves to create new things and spends most of her free time doing so. She also runs a blog called Treegold & Beegold which is about crafting, life, her family, paganism, and heathenism.

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