Russian Rocks Cookies Recipe…

Since there is a million recipes on this type of cookie and most know it as just plain Rock Cookies. I will not elaborate and just say, “This is an easy recipe, so make them, please and your family will eat them all up…”

Good for a long winter day, use whatever you have as ingredients and the young and old will be watching from the kitchen doorway as you bake them. Then after you pull them from the oven, watch as they disappear one by one and they run away from the sheet pan you baked them on…

Lets make a Rock Cookie called Russian Rocks…

RUSSIAN ROCKS:
1 1/2 c. brown sugar
2 3/4 c. sifted flour
1 tsp. soda
1 tsp. cloves
1 lb. pecans
1 c. butter
2 tbsp real heavy cream
3 eggs
2 tsp. cinnamon
1 lb. raisins
1 tsp. real vanilla or fake!

Put real cream, real butter and real sugar in a mixing bowl. Add beaten eggs and mixed dry ingredients alternately. Please sift the flour and then after mixing thoroughly add real vanilla…

Finish mixing again and what you should have is a very heavy thick dough, that is lumpy…

Then drop from spoon on to a greased cookie sheet and or wax paper sheet on a sheet pan. Some people do not like ugly cookies and they flatten the cookie and make pretty shapes or circles. Believe you me, they all go down the same and an ugly cookie is just as good as a beautiful cookie…

Bake at 350 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes. Makes about 100 cookies…

Explanation for best Russian Rocks Cookie and what you make; In Russia we do not use fake anything. Vanilla is real vanilla extract and not imitation like in the US. Real cream and not powdered or imitation. Real butter, not margarine and so on and so on…

The difference in Russian Rocks Cookie is astounding and try to use real ingredients to enhance the recipe…

Enjoy…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

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