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PamKittyMorning: Ranger Cookies Quilting

Hello friends! The other day I posted on Instagram about the Ranger cookies I made for Frankie. They are one of her long-time favorites. Lots of people thought they sounded like cowboy cookies too. Both have a bit of time with Texas lore, cookies for Texas Rangers or Texas cowboys. Similar cookies really.

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My recipe was shared by Gloria Smith years ago when we were collaborating at the Going to Pieces Quilt Shop. They just seem a little better to me than your standard oatmeal. Tough with a little crunch from the corn flakes, simply delicious. So delicious that I made myself half a recipe today because I gave Frankie everything to share with her friend. Here is the recipe. It’s perfect to cut in half when you don’t want to leave too many lying around to overeat like me! I made smaller cookies and got 28 cookies. (but maybe ate a few batter’s worth cookies too, so who knows) In the past I added chocolate chips or pecans, but today it seemed like some toffee chips were delicious.

Ranger biscuits
If you want to print this, Download the PDF recipe card here! If you are printing on cardstock, you can cut it out. It should be a 4 “x 6” recipe card. Keeping my fingers crossed, it’s been a while since I started Photoshop for something like this.
In other exciting news I have a copy of Helens new book Home Sweet Home Sewing by Tuva. Helen invited me to sew with a group of really wonderful people and I am very honored.
HELENS book

Helen’s projects are always delightful and her photography is amazing. I love to see all the beauty of their garden. Especially when it’s so crispy here!

Ok, that’s it for me today! Keep cool friends and make coffee. xop

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