- Baking Powder1 Teaspoon(s)
- Raisins150 Gram(s)dried raisins
- Vanilla Sugar1 Pouch(s)
- Egg1 Piece(s)
- Brown Sugar60 Gram(s)Powder
- Flour100 Gram(s)
- Salted Butter90 Gram(s)
Probably because of their soft and chewy texture and buttery sweet flavor Raisin Cookies are very popular. These homey, raisin-packed, old fashioned drop cookies are a baker’s friend as the batter is quickly made and then all you do is drop spoonfuls onto a baking sheet.
Prepare cookies dough
In a bowl, put the butter previously softened in the microwave, sugar, egg, vanilla sugar and mix everything.
You can try edible Cookie Dough.
Pour the flour and the yeast gradually while turning the dough.
When the dough is homogeneous, stir in the grapes and mix again.
Cooking raisin cookies
Butter a baking sheet and, using a soup spoon placed under hot water, make small, well-spaced piles on the plate that you flatten to form cookies about 7 cm in diameter.
You can try chocolate cookies.
Bake the cookies for ten minutes, then take them out and let them cool.
Serve the warm cookies and enjoy!
Separate cookies on the plate. Instead, take two plates to prevent them from sticking together.
Raisins, like dates, have a high sugar content, and are a good source of vitamins and iron.
The cookies are baked until their centers are still soft and just beginning to turn brown yet their edges are a lovely golden brown color.
Although I like to use dark raisins in these cookies you could also use golden raisins.