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Sunday, January 28, 2018

The Perfect Recipe

Here is the perfect recipe for a delightful winter's walk.

Blue sky and lots of sunshine...










a couple of sweet companions...

a familiar path...













and a brief visit with a neighbor.

Yes friends this made the perfect recipe for a lovely walk.








Speaking of recipes - here is a delicious treat and oh so easy.

                         Forgotten Cookies
3 egg whites beaten into firm peaks...a pinch of  salt...1 tsp. of vanilla flavoring...1/2 cup of granulated sugar...1 cup of chopped nuts...1 cup of choc. chips or butterscotch.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees - beat egg whites until firm...gently fold in the rest of ingredients.

Line cookie sheets with parchment paper, brown paper or aluminum foil.   Spoon cookies in mounds onto paper leaving about 2 inches in between each one.   Turn oven off and place cookie sheets inside.   Close door and do not open for 12 hours or overnight.   Next morning flip cookies out onto another cookie sheet and peel paper off .   Cookies will harden - store in a closed container. 

These are naturally gluten free - hubby really likes them.

Well hope you enjoyed the perfect recipe.  Maybe you will share one of yours.

Have a wonderful week.

"Those who walk uprightly enter into peace:" Isaiah 57:2 a (NIV)

Hugs

Debbie

23 comments:

  1. A blessed Sunday to you, dear Debbie.

    What a beautiful post. I so love your sweet companions. Looks like a wonderful winter's walk.
    Thank you so much for visiting and leaving such kind words for Jane.
    I hope your week is a peaceful one.
    blessings,
    Penny

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  2. I'm going to make those cookies. I am not totally flour free-but mostly. It's always nice to have new recipes. Looks like you have the same weather we've got. Hope it hangs on for a while! Love ya-you're in my prayers too!

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  3. That's a good day Deb. And, I just thought any recipe using egg whites was too hard. Who knew?

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  4. WONDERFUL! MARVELOUS DAY!! Hope you have a super week!

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  5. The dogs look so happy and healthy in your beautiful surroundings. . What a joy they must be.
    Thanks for the recipe and especially for including the time in oven after cooking is completed. Now I know where my hubby went wrong trying to make a recipe similar to this.
    I like Isaiah 57:2 thank you and Blessings, my friend.

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  6. Debbie, You live in a beautiful place, inside and out. I believe that the inner spiritual peace you have found somehow creates or works with the external. I believe that your appreciation of your external surroundings make them more beautiful...

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  7. Debbie, you are blessed to live in such a beautiful area...I love the gently rolling hills. Thank you for the recipe, it's sounds delicious! Blessings, Victoria

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  8. What a lovely walk, Debbie! Those cookies look delicious, I'm going to try them.

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  9. Perfect ingredients for a winter walk. Have a wonderful week Debbie.

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  10. Like the meringues I used to eat when I was growing up. Loved them. I want to try to make them using Truvia instead of sugar so I can eat them as part of my Keto diet. I'm just a bit hesitant to try it after the failure with my chocolate/peanut butter fat bombs experiment. Let me think about it! Been nice for walking here too the passed few days but I did my walking at the mall yesterday. Have a great week!

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  11. What a wonderful walk! And those cookies look very tempting.

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  12. While the snow is so pretty it is great to have no snow and to have a winter walk! Enjoy this special quiet time of the year and also enjoy your biscuits!

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  13. This is a wonderful recipe, Debbie. My daughter loves them but I always over bake them. I didn't think of turning off the oven and leaving them in there.

    Thank you for your support and friendship all these years, I will be back to visit you!Hugs!!

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  14. Wish I were there for that wonderful walk in Gods free nature , and those cookies sound awesome , no flour at all wow !

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  15. Lovely photos and a post, thank u, Debbie. Your hubby and kids are lucky, because they can enjoy such delicious cookies! Best wishes, Sadami

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  16. Debbie, thank you for taking us on such a nice walk. That cookie recipe sounds yummy. I copied it down...maybe I will get to make it. Have a wonderful week!

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  17. LOVED you recipe for walk dear Debbie!!!

    beautiful surroundings you live in :)

    thank you for this delicious recipe sounds easy to try!

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  18. Hello there Debbie.
    Yes, perfect conditions for a lovely walk - a little natter with a neighbour is always beaut too.
    I was pleasantly surprised at how simple your recipe is. Thanks for sharing it, I'm going to make it with chocolate chips. Much appreciated :D) xx

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  19. Thank you for the recipe!
    Gluten free cookies!

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  20. Debbie, want to say hi and thanks for your very welcome visits.
    Love your shepards they are so good looking.
    Hugs

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  21. Looks like you had a great day for a walk. I used to make your meringue cookies often. The only difference is I would add in a drop of mint flavoring and a drop of green food coloring. :)

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  22. That recipe sounds yummy, and it's clear that your walking companions were having a blast. A sunny walk is good for everyone's soul.

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