Game Day Provisions: Bourbon-Molasses Oatmeal Cookies


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The Technique

Bourbon-Molasses Oatmeal Cookies

Sweet victory. A fresh from the oven batch of Bourbon-Molasses Oatmeal Cookies offer undeniable good taste with a chewy texture that can’t be beat plus they are filled with the iconic game day spirit. You can’t go wrong when serving them at your football party social. The Provisions By Rebecca Gordon’s Buttermilk Lipstick Bakeshop & Larder is pleased to offer a wonderful collection of baking mixes ideal for tailgating festivities that may be prepared at your convenience. Although the recipe instructions are included on the package, you’ll find a detailed version on WWW.BUTTERMILKLIPSTICK.COM along with extra pointers to help guide you further when making them at home. The Provisions Bakeshop & Larder: Bourbon-Molasses Oatmeal Cookie Mix is filled with good for you oats, walnuts & coconut so you do not have to purchase a variety of ingredients you may not use often. When prepared with your butter, a splash of bourbon & an egg, the dough is oven ready in about 5 minutes. Learn how to make this delicious cookie perfect for tailgating or everyday celebrations.

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The Basic Fundamentals

The key to success when preparing these soft oatmeal cookies is to begin the mixing process with butter that is the proper consistency. It shouldn’t be too firm nor too soft. You should be able to create a rudimentary butter curl with a spoon indicating that it is indeed ready to use.

The Provisions Bakeshop & Larder: Bourbon-Molasses Oatmeal Cookie Mix
1/2 cup softened butter
1 1/2 Tbsp bourbon
1 large egg

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Beat 1/2 cup softened butter, 1 1/2 Tbsp bourbon & the sugar from packet from The Provisions Bakeshop & Larder: Bourbon-Molasses Oatmeal Cookie Mix with an electric stand mixer on Medium 60 seconds. Scrape down bowl sides. Blend in 1 large egg on Low 30 seconds. Scrape down bowl sides. Add the cookie mix, the coconut, the oats & the walnuts from the packets. Blend 20 seconds or until combined. Portion the dough with a standard-sized cookie scoop. Place 2-inches apart on parchment paper-lined half sheet pans. Flatten the dough slightly with your fingers. Bake, in batches, 9 to 11 minutes. Cool on pans. Remove using a small offset spatula.

The Extra 

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How To Bake Cookies

A few tips & pointers will have you baking batch after batch of delightful cookies. First & foremost, invest in several half sheet pans. I prefer them over anything else for just about everything I make from roasts to baked goods. It’s wonderful to be able to streamline equipment as well as depend on their uniform thickness & sturdy construction. Next, it comes down to logistics. Follow these pointers for success in your own kitchen.

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Let’s begin with your oven. They are all quite different. If you notice one side of the pan becoming darker before the baking time range is complete, consider rotating the pan half way through the process. Have you ever had cookies burn on the bottom? An easy solution is to add an additional half sheet pan underneath during the baking process. Allow pans to cool completely before portioning dough so it’s always good to have about four to six pans available to bake efficiently. Lastly, bake one pan of cookies at a time for the most accurate & consistent results.


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