Thursday, May 5, 2011

FABBY: Granola Cookies

Hi, I'm sharing this Granola Cookies a real good friend gave me more than 25 years ago and they have become my staple, as I give them away to sick friends, to friends  that invite me to their homes, to a sad friend...anyhow, everyone loves them!  Here goes for you too, my lovely blog friends, at least the recipe, they're very easy to do, you'll get hooked on them too!
 Here are my latest find, this French boy and girl...I loved them because their hats are blue and they go with my blue and white onion china, which I'm going to use for Mother's Day.  The center piece is a ceramic basket with hand made flowers, we used to make at my hubby's past Ceramic Factory, I have a few of these.
 The cake plate with a base is Anchor Hacking.  I'm going to use this blue linen tablecloth for Mother's  Day wth my blue onion china.
 This flower base is Italian, I did it with this pretty combo color flowers.
The Granola Cooky Recipe bellow:
1 Cup sugar
1 Cup brown sugar
1 Cup vegetable oil
Beat this ingredients for 3 minutes on high in your Kitchen Aid.

2 eggs
2 Tb. spoons milk
2 ts. vanilla
2 Cups flour
1 ts. baking powder
1/2 ts. baking soda
1 ts. salt
2 Cups granola
1Cup raisins
1/2 cup-chips
1 cup dried coconut
Add all the dry ingredients to the previous mixture above and mix well.  Mix the last four ingredients by hand with a wooden spoon, or rubber spatula.  Heat oven to 350f.
Put them directly on baking sheets by heeping tea spoons, or  cookie scoops.  Bake first batch for 12 min., or how ever your oven is...than for 10 min. the rest,'s what I do.  Yield about 38-40 cookies.
Have a very blessed Mother's Day to you and your dear mothers.
All my love.
I'm linking at the The Thrifty Groove and thanks to the hostess.  I will be linking to more parties too.  Thanks to all the nice hostesses.


  1. Yum this recipe looks great. I have a lot of granola. So, I am going to have to try it soon. The two french figures are wonderful finds! I love yuur cake plate and those hand made flowers are gorgeous! Thank you for joining TTF. I hope you have a lovely Mother's Day!

  2. This recipe sounds so very tasty! Thank you for sharing. I have a few Italian pieces similar to yours. I always enjoy your beautiful photography. Have a wonderful weekend.


  4. Fabby, these cookies look and sound delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Love those little French figures. Are they marked?
    Happy Mother's Day to you! ~ Sarah

  5. Love the little French boy and girl with their blue hats. Can't wait to see your blue onion for Mother's Day. I have a surprise for my Mother's Day table. You will have to drop by.
    Those cookies look great. I will have to try those.
    Hugs, Ginger

  6. Hi Fabby,
    The cookies look delicious. You can go back in to the recipe and edit it, easy!

    I bet yur table will be so pretty with that cloth.
    Happy Mother's Day!

  7. Thanks for the recipe, Fabby. I love it already. John loves coconut so I know he'll love it. I just have to buy some granola. I have everything else. Thanks again!...Christine

  8. I hope you had a wonderful time with your family!

    Happy Mother's Day!



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