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Old 06-13-2008, 12:12 PM   #1
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New Awesome Cookie I invented w' KOOLAID...MMMMMMmmmmm GOOD !

[COLOR="Purple"]Hey everyone -

Wanted to share with you a really Kool new recipe I invented
using Kool-Aid !!!

You will be amazed at how good these turned out !

Ingredients :

1/2 cup butter
1 egg
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1 and 1/2 cups Splenda
1/4 cup erythinol
3-4 Tablespoons plain or vanilla Proptein powder
2 tablesppons Flaxmeal
1/2 envelope of unsweetened Kool-Aid ( Flavor of your choice )

( for this batch I made I used strawberry Kool-aid, but can't wait to try it with pineapple or maybe even orange.Just be creative with it , you know ?).

Mix all together - lthe et sit in refridgerator for about 15 minitues.
Drop by sppon into pan sprayed cookie sheet. Bake at 375 for 10 minutes.
Let cool for 10 mintues...! Enjoy !

~ i THINK THESE WOULD BE A FUN COOKIE FOR THE SUMMER TIME , AS YOU COULD DO SO MANY FUN FLAVORS... Think about the possibilites...
Rasberry - Butter creme
Orange- Creme
Strawberry -Banana Creme
Pineapple/Coconut creme (just add some shredded SF Coconut to the batter )
Cherry Chocolate Drop cookies ( by adding cocoa powder to the batter )

....Just try differnt combos & have fun ![/COLOR]
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Old 06-13-2008, 12:42 PM   #2
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I want to try these because they sound sooooooooo good, but I don't have any erythinol. Could anything else be subbed for this?

Also, do you have any pictures of these....by chance???

Thanks in advance!
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You can probably use any other sweetener as long as it is comparable sweetness to the erythritol.

I want to say I read that erythritol is 70% as sweet as sugar, but I'm not 100% sure. Maybe someone here will come along and let us know for sure.
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did somebody say COOKIE?
Looks good!!!
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[COLOR="Purple"]Hi Everyone -

Sorry it took so long to reply -
I had to return to *work* at the office !:blush:

answers :

- No, don't have to use erythinol....any sf sweetner you like.
I like Splenda & erythinol only becuase the flavor & texture turns out nice
and is so similar to the result of cookies that use real sugar.

However..DO NOt, repeat DO NOT use nutrasweet !!!
- very evil, dark-sided concoction that is purely of the devil, AND it eats brain cells, AND loses its sweentess in extreme heat..need I say more ??

- Sorry, don't have pictures..don't know how to upload the to the computer.
However, they turn out very pretty, nice little pastel circles...not too fragil, and not too crumbly.... they are *just right*, as the little bear would say!

- They make about 18 cookies per batch/ or per cookie sheet.
When made according to these direction, they are zero carb, as well..
( butter, flax, 0 carb protein powder, egg, unsweetened kool-aid.....its winner !) As far as calories, for those who watch them, I haven't calculated that yet. But unless you eat the whole batch, these are pretty harmless little lovlies to enjoy your whim ![/COLOR]
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Hey thanks Cali.....now one more question for you please....

Is erythinol equal to Splenda in sweetness? Meaning, can I use 1/4 cup more Splenda, and get the same taste results....as far as sweetness is concerned? I've never used erythinol so I don't know how "sweet" it really is. I am going to a Chamberlain's health food store today and will look for it though. Maybe with some luck I'll find it!

Thanks so much!
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[COLOR="Purple"]Hi Tryin--

Well, Splenda & Erythinol are not identical in sweetness..I believe that erythinol is more strong in sweetness power.

What I do is taste the batter / dough as I go, to be sure its as sweet as I want it to be.... if you've never used erythinol before, use it slowly at first, as you don't need to use a lot of it. I think on the side of the package there is a cup for cup guide showing its equivilence to sugar measurements.

That being said, i LUV sweet stuff. In pre-low carb days, when I used to make real chocolate chip cookies, I always upped the sugar and chip allotment considerably.......yes, I know..pathetic..:blush:

If you prefer your cookies less sweet than lil ol' me, you may not need to use the entire amount of Splenda, etc, that I suggested in my recipe...

My advice.....use the recips as a 'map' or 'guide' but experiment according to your tastebuds & have fun....thats what low carb is all about ![/COLOR]
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I took your advice, CaliOkieGal4now, and took your recipe and experimented. I didn't have any sugar free kool aid but did have some pink lemonade flavor Crystal Light. I used it because I wanted to try these cookies. I had to add a little more sweetener because they were a little tart for cookies and I increased the baking powder to 1/2 t. The batch wasn't as big since it didn't have the powdered sweeteners in it, but they sure were good (the dough). I have them in the oven right now and can't wait to try one. They are pretty in the oven too, w/nice round shapes, just like a cookie should be. Thanks for the recipe.

I waited until they were done before posting this. Nice light melt in your mouth cookies, and the lemon flavor is so nice for summer. Thanks again.

ETA: That was 1/2 the Crystal light package, just like CaliOkie4now did w/ the kool aid.

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erythritol is about 70% as sweet as sugar, I beleive. Less sweet than splenda.
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Thanks for the answers Cali...and everyone else!

My health food store didn't have the erythinol, darn it! I'll just have to place an order online I guess.

In the meantime, I'm going to try it with Splenda, sometime this week.

Thanks again for all of your help!

Happy low carbing everyone!
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Old 06-15-2008, 07:01 AM   #14
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So glad you tried the recipe & liked the cookies!!!!....
They do make a nice little summer treat, don't they ? What was a great idea to use the Crystal Light. Lemonade cookies would be delicious !

Don't you think that it would also be fun to make to make some of these cookies when you have some guests over for a bbq ?
You could have these cookies made in several different flavors.
And with Kool-aid, these sould be several different colors...could make a nice colorful , festive assortment.
What would be kind of interesting, as well...
don't tell your guests that they're sugar-free or Carb-free..........
just see how fast they get all eaten up when people don't have any clue that they are eating they *diet* cookies........


Then just laugh and laugh all the *weigh* to the scale ----


Have a happy day now, everyone !
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[COLOR="Magenta"]CaliOkieGal4now[/COLOR]- After reading about your new cookie recipe, I just had to try it.

Wow, they were so easy to make - only took about 5 minutes to put together, then put in fridge for a few minutes and then bake. I had cookies all ready from start to finish in 20 minutes. I fast, easy recipes!!!

When they were finished I tried them and thought they were great!!!! I used pink lemonade koolaide and will surely be trying a lot of other flavors as well! My ds1 and dd3 tried them and loved them too! They kept asking for more!

Thank-you so much for coming up with this cool cookie recipe and sharing it! This will be such a great snack to make for my kids and it's a really nice, low carb sugar free healthy snack. We're going to be going on a little road trip and my kids and I will be in the car for 6 hours. I was trying to think of nice healthy snacks I could bring with and these cookies will be wonderful for that!!! I plan to bring nuts, cheeses, hb eggs, veggies, fruits in a little cooler and a bunch of these wonderful cookies!!!!!

I was wondering, besides the koolaide flavorings - I wonder how adding a little peanut butter to it would be. They then, would be more like pb cookies and I'm alright with that as long as carb count stays low, lol!

Thanks again for great recipe! My kids and I will really enjoy these!!! It's a great snack to keep in the diaper bag for kids too!
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thanks Cali! i love to try recipes using my protein powder and it's a cookie? double yummy

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[COLOR="Purple"]Hi Flower ~

So happy your lil ones liked them so much... You're right, so very much better for them than the other 7-11 / convenience store muchies like cookies, etc., that usually accompany most americans' road trips ( not to mention all the other *evil* road trip inclusions such as liquid poison AKA known as the "Slurpie" )

Yes, by the way...Peanutbutter IS great in this recipe ......just tried it yesterday with rasberry kool-aid and peanutbutter..

Oh. My. &^(%^(%(%()($$##@%*) ....Goood NESS ! wow-
terrificly wonderful..tastes like a peanut butter & jelly sandwich times 10 !

Your kids would love it that way...( and there'd be no jelly to accidently squeeze out the sides to drip in the car..)

I think it would also taste good with Grape Kool-Aid and Peanutbutter, for a more *Authentic* PB & J flovor to the cookie !

Have fun, and a great day TOO ![/COLOR]
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Oh, Cali, these are delicious. I used lemon (and added some poppy seeds) and had scrumptious lemon/poppy seed cookies. Only problem is knowing when to stop eating.
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[COLOR="Purple"]Hi Cats ~


So very, very happy you loved them..you are a sister in my heart !

yes....hard to know when to stop......agreed !

Good news, though......since these lovely dainty cookies are made with PROTEIN POWDER..and henceforth, as good for us as STEAK.or ,
even,
oh dear..even as good for us as TUNA!!!!!!

eat your cookies and be glad !

I am doing exactly that !

And by the *weigh*........its not hurting me at all
and I believe, my sister, that it will NOT hurt you either !!

Don't you just LOVE low-carb ! What an amazing waY TO EAT !
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Cali, still experimenting w/ your recipe. Tonight I made chocolate cookies.
1 stick butter
1 scoop choc whey protein
1 egg
1/2 t. baking powder
2 T. flaxmeal
2 pkgs Nestles low carb cocoa mix

Let them sit in the fridge like you said and then baked them. They turned out perfect, so chocolately I probably could have just used 1 pkg of the cocoa mix, but decided to put 2 in. They are just like a store bought version of a chocolate cookie except a lot moister and chewy. Thanks so much for this recipe. BTW, what part of Oklahoma are you in?

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Still experimenting, Cali This morning I subbed coconut oil for the butter, used a little less than the butter. I used 1 pkg of the low carb cocoa mix instead of 2. They turned out great also, but think I like it better w/ 2 pkgs of cocoa mix. I now have them in the freezer to see how well they will freeze. I'd love to take them on vacation, or make a huge batch and just take them out as needed.
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Hi Linda !

Those sound really yummy ! In fact, they really do taste as good as store bought, if not better, don't they ? I also make them with cocoa all the time, as well as cocoa & peanutbutter....so very good that way.

Your experiment using coconut buter sounds scrumptous ! Must try that myself soon ! You could even put unsweetened coconut in the dough, in addititon to the coconut butter.....and make it decadently coconutty !!!
Don't you think that would be super fantastic ?

By the way......I'm in Lawton.( from Orange County, CAlifornia originally ) But Lawton is a great place.
It's nice here, but
you have superior shopping & restaurants. We like to go to bricktown in the summertime, so many great places to eat there.
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Boy, quite a culture shock going from Orange County, Calif. to Lawton, Okla.

The freezing experiment turned out wonderfully. You can even eat them totally frozen. They don't get that hard. Next time I make them, I will measure the coconut oil. I think it was closer to 1/4 C as opposed to 1/2 C., maybe a little more than 1/4 C.

Can't wait to get to the store and try the different flavor of kool ades. We don't use it around here much. I do like the pre sweetened stuff though, less measuring. I'm so lazy.

I think the addition of the coconut would be yummy.

Might try some coconut flour also, but I'd have to increase the liquid, since the coconut flour soaks it up. Don't want to mess up a good thing though. Maybe I'll just leave well enough alone
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I am so making these tonight! I will try to post some pics tomorrow as pics are always worth a thousand words. I think these would be a fabulous breakfast treat on the go for me.

(so what if I heat up the house in the process....good cookies are so worth it!)
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Hmmm i made these tonight and they came out bad. Spread all over the pan into the oven LOL. I did the recipe as written, refrigerated the batter 15 minutes sprayed pam on the cookie sheet.

What am I missing here? I turned the oven down to 325 on the 2nd little batch that was left, they still spread. rats. Tasted great though! I wanna make'em again.

Only 3-4 Tablespoons of protein powder and 2 Tablespoons of Flax meal, right? I used lemonade unsweetened Kool Aide.

On the plus side, I made some rocking macadamia nut butter cookies while the oven was on.
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However did you think of this recipe? I just made cherry and the dough was delicious!! I had trouble stopping from eating it all. What a yummy flavor. I will have to try this with other flavors. They are baking in the oven now.

Anyone figure out how much 1/2 package of Kool-aid measures out to?
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Hmmm i made these tonight and they came out bad. Spread all over the pan into the oven LOL. I did the recipe as written, refrigerated the batter 15 minutes sprayed pam on the cookie sheet.

What am I missing here? I turned the oven down to 325 on the 2nd little batch that was left, they still spread. rats. Tasted great though! I wanna make'em again.

Only 3-4 Tablespoons of protein powder and 2 Tablespoons of Flax meal, right? I used lemonade unsweetened Kool Aide.

On the plus side, I made some rocking macadamia nut butter cookies while the oven was on.
Same thing happened to me was just going to say that . They did taste great though. I used 4C lemonade and because it is presweetened, I only did a cup of Splenda. They do taste great and I do want to try them again.
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WWhhhhaaaaaaa... it happened to me too!! They spread out flat and floated in a little butter. I did not use rock hard butter from the refrigerator, but I did put the batter in the refrigerator for 20 minutes before baking. The flats tasted good, but I want round little cute cookies!!
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[COLOR="Red"]Linda & Cali [/COLOR]- Oh wow, I can't wait to try out the chocolate cookies!!!! And the peanut butter cookies too!!!!

I just had a little idea after Linda mentioned how she froze them and they froze well.

What about making ice cream sandwiches out of the chocolate cookies? You can put a little low carb vanilla ice cream between 2 of the chocolate cookies? Or maybe even make your own homemade low carb ic if you don't buy it and use that, or maybe even just make homemade whip cream and use that between two cookies and then freeze??

Thanks again Cali for this great cookie recipe!!! Meant to tell you that my husband tried these the other night and also LOVED the lemon ones that I made. He did not even suspect that they were low carb!!!!!!!

I am having a lot of fun reading all the posts on such creative ideas with these wonderful cookies!
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Cali/Linda, do you have any ideas what happened to make my cookies spread so much? Should I refrigerate the dough longer maybe? I LOVE the taste of these things!!
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