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Old 12-20-2012, 11:03 AM   #1
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A Camper's Cookie for Christmas

I tried out a new cookie recipe that I found online and itís quite appropriate for the camping community. Itís a símore cookie.

Hereís a link to the online recipe that I used. Símores Cookies | The Girl Who Ate Everything

My cookies didnít turn out quite as beautiful looking as those pictured on the website, but they taste great. I donít think I used enough dough on each cookie because I ended up with 41 cookies. Here are a couple of pics of how my cookies turned out. The first photo is the raw cookie dough on the graham cracker and the second photo was taken as they were fresh out of the oven.
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Old 05-12-2013, 08:36 AM   #2
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Time to revisit this recipe.

I’m sure we’ve all been to campgrounds or RV parks that didn’t allow campfires. Try this cookie recipe to satisfy that desire for s’mores when you can’t have the real thing.

I have discovered I like these cookies better if I leave them slightly under baked.
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Way awesome! I can't wait to try them for our next group cook out. Perfect for camping!
Thanks for sharing this.
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Oakman;

It says line pan with parchment paper. Don't have any here at the CGs.
Can you use Pam instead or something else?
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Old 05-12-2013, 08:50 PM   #5
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Yep emailed recipe to dw !
Trying them out this weekend.
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Oakman;

It says line pan with parchment paper. Don't have any here at the CGs.
Can you use Pam instead or something else?
The only thing that will stick to the cookie sheet will be any cookie dough that runs off the cracker during baking. The Graham cracker shouldn't stick. If you use Pam, spray the cookie sheet and then lightly wipe off the excess.
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Thanks. Gonna make them soon.
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