I want Fruitcake cookies

Discussion in 'Cookies' started by Julespooles, Dec 23, 2018.

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    Julespooles New Member

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    I waited to late to buy candied fruit...can't find it anywhere. Can I substitute with baking cranberries, and white and dark raisins (and nuts of course) and still make a good or similar cookie?
     
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    Becky Administrator

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    Of course! :) I play around with substitutions all the time when I'm making fruitcake (so the same should be true for cookies too). In my Christmas cake this year I added chopped dried figs, yum. Dried cranberries are great in cookies, I really like the slight tartness they add. Let us know how it goes!
     
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    These might be up your alley.

    TEXAS LIZZIES

    Ingredients

    1. 1 Cup of Unsalted Butter.

    2. 2 Cups Light Brown sugar

    3. 4 Large eggs, beaten together

    4. 1 Cup Bourbon

    5. 2 Teaspoons sweet milk

    6. 3 and ½ cups all-purpose flour

    7. 3 teaspoons Baking Soda

    8. 1 Teaspoon Cinamon

    9. 1 Teaspoon Nutmeg

    10. 2 and 1/4th Cups of White raisins

    11. 2 and 1/4th Cups of Dark raisins

    12. 2 Cups (32-40) Dried cherries, OR

    13. 2 Cups Candied green and red cherries (optional)

    14. 3 and ¾ Cup Walnuts

    15. 3 Cups Pecans

    STEPS

    1. Cream butter and sugar together for 4-5 minutes.

    2. Add eggs and beat until well combined

    3. Add Bourbon slowly

    4. Combine Flour, Baking soda, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg in a bowl. Whisk together.

    5. Add milk, and beat in.

    6. Add dry ingredients.

    7. Add fruit that has been sprinkled with flour while cutting.

    8. Mix with your hands or a wooden spoon.

    9. Place in a bowl, and let chill in the refrigerator overnight

    10. Take a cookie sheet and line with a piece of parchment paper.

    11. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees F.

    12. Drop by Tablespoons 2 inches apart on lined sheet and bake for 18 minutes.

    13. Let cool and then serve.
     
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