I'll bet you would also like oatmeal raisin cookies cookies. the recipe was always on the box of Quaker oats. I don't know if Quaker oats is still around. Kay
Hi Kay, here in Australia I buy Uncle Toby's Original Oats and yes I would love the raisin cookies with oats. I have porridge most mornings for breakfast with strawberries so I'm a real Oats fan. Love Chris
I crown you the queen of sultanas! Cookies look mouth watering! Hugs, Suzanna
Thank you my friend. They don't last long though, we had our son and the 3 grandsons here this morning after church and I think there are 3 left out of a batch of 30 yesterday. Mind you I had 10 myself! Love Chris
John loves these and peanut butter they look yummy****hugs
Ooh! that would be a great combination. I'll keep that in my memory bank! Love Chris
they do look tasty! So glad you have got a bit of rain.... very short supply here this year, though we still are lots better off than some.
Thanks Vicki yes they are tasty bikkies. And the rain had been beautiful. Love Chris
Oh yum. Unfortunately I cannot make these. Klaus is not too keen on biscuits so I would eat the lot. 😢
That’s what I do! I can eat these as no soy in them. Love Chris
This is for Chris (cfdl), I see you were asking about our Sultana grapes. I've got some information here about them and in Martine's response to your post. Love Chris
1. Sultana grapes (dried grapes)
2. Raisin grapes (dried grapes)
3. Packet of Sunbeam Raisins
4. Packet of Sunbeam Sultanas
Here in Australia, our Raisins are much plumper and jucier than our Sultanas (especially in the dried fruit)
Only Brand to buy [in my humble opinion], though I am sure there are many others just as nice.
Yep, they are! Love Chris
They look delicious! I bet the smell was too!
Oh! the smell is lovely, cookies always smell wonderful. Thanks for explaining to Chris (cfdl) Love Chris
They are delicious Miss Lillian, crunchy but when you bite into the Choc chip and the sultana you get a chewy sensation. Love Chris
These look yummy! What are sultanas?
Hi Chris, "The sultana is a "white" (pale green), oval seedless grape variety also called the sultanina, Thompson Seedless (United States), Lady de Coverly (England), and Also called: sultanina, Thompson Seedless, L... Species: Vitis vinifera
Color of berry skin: Blanc Notable regions: Aegean Region"
hmmm yum. Thank you