Did you know that October has been designated as Cookie Month? Then, in December, comes holiday cookies… Well, cookie baking can be very easy if you use a publication available in our library, Cookie Recipes from a Basic Mix for High Altitudes, published by the Colorado State University Extension. Using this little cookbook, you can mix up a basic cookie dough and use that same dough to make a wide variety of cookies, including brownies, chocolate chip cookies, cinnamon cookies, crispy bars, lemon drops, molasses cookies, oatmeal cookies, peanut butter cookies, sugar cookies… (Uh oh, I’m getting hungry, I better stop!). The basic mix is great for holidays when you want to have a variety of cookie types but don’t have a lot of time for baking. You can also search our web catalog to find more high altitude recipes and baking tips in publications available from our collection.
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