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    Mozzie Posts: 9, Reputation: 1
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    Oct 18, 2013, 06:08 AM
    What could I bake with these ingredients?
    Hello,

    I want to bake something different instead of chocolate chip cookies which I always make. I bought the ingredients recently so I don't want to go out and buy more, and I fancy a change from chocolate chip cookies.

    What else could I make with these ingredients I have?:
    - self raising flour
    - sugar
    - vanilla extract
    - butter
    - chocolate chips

    I do not have any eggs.
    Thanks :)
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    Oct 18, 2013, 06:26 AM
    Do you know how to use Google?I just googled 'cookies with few ingredients' and there are quite a lot of them. Try it ! Cook books are always a good bet, do you have any ?
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    Oct 18, 2013, 06:44 AM
    You need eggs for just about all baking. They bind all the rest together. I've baked without them (being a cook who enjoys throwing what I have on hand into a bowl and seeing what surprise I get), but the results will be crumbly. Still tasty if you don't mind that it falls apart.

    One 'quicky' ingredient I use is mayo. Mayo is oil and eggs and water. I make cookies with mayo all the time, because I can mix it all in one bowl in about 2 minutes. By adding some milk and baking powder, you have a chocolate chip cake or muffins!

    Knowing all the ways to substitute is handy. I also like to throw in healthy stuff just to pretend I'm not eating too many sweets. Wheat germ, natural peanut butter, unsweetened coconut, oatmeal - in place of white flour and butter or shortening. I've added carrot juice and orange juice. I bake bread with OJ or yogurt.

    You could make a sort of granola bar pressed into a pan if you had some peanut butter, chocolate chips, coconut, nuts, seeds, oats, and a tiny bit of oil or butter to bind it all. Years ago I used to just throw it all in a bowl and it can be pinched between the fingers to make a little ball. Lazy way.

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