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Saturday, April 04, 2015

A to Z Challenge | D is for DOUGH


Hello there.
Welcome to Entrepreneurial Goddess.
I'm taking part in the 2015 AtoZ Challenge - 26 posts on 26 days of April with Sundays off. My theme is "Things around my home". All photos are by me, Entrepreneurial Goddess. Find my other entries here...
  This is the chilled dough sampler for my No Sugar Added Deluxe Oatmeal Raisin Cookies. I haven't got the recipe quite right yet.

I still need to do some minor tweaking with a hint of this and a dash of that before I can post the entire recipe for you to try. Keep watching this space for updates!
Today's letter is: D for Dough


See you next time!
EPGsig

22 comments :

  1. Good luck with the Challenge. I don't bake, but your dough looks good! Congratulations on taking your own photos!

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    1. Thanks Mary!
      Taking my own photos and then resizing them all took up a fair amount of time, but I did a lot of the work prior to the start of the challenge, then just pre-scheduled my posts knowing there would be days when it wouldn't be possible for me to blog.
      I appreciate the visit.

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  2. That looks lovely. I bet it tastes fantastic.

    Cait @ Click's Clan

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    1. Hello Cait.
      It really does, but I have a bit of tweaking to do before it makes its public debut! ;-)
      Thanks for visiting.

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    1. Hello Leovi.
      (Lol) It's certainly rich and there's some fiber too...oats and brown flour!
      I appreciate the visit.

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    1. Hello again Mike.
      I agree! Thanks for visiting.

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  5. Have to admit I was surprised that the "Entrepreneurial Goddess" ended up writing about COOKIE dough (as opposed to "dough" being a synonym for money).

    Not a fan of Oatmeal Raisin myself, but I do enjoy a good cookie! Enjoy the Challenge!

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    1. Hahaha! Thank you MsCleanslate.
      How observant you are! Here at Entrepreneurial Goddess, you'll get a hint of this with a dash of that...never know what you're going to find! I will chuckle over this comment for sometime.
      I appreciate the visit.

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    1. Hello Yvonne.
      My husband and I both think so too!
      Thanks for stopping by.

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  7. I didn't even get past the first line before seeing the pic and thinking YUM! Maybe too yum, if there was added sugar - all the best
    Reflex Reactions

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    1. Hello Ida.
      (Lol). Even though there is not actually any added sugar in this recipe, it's sweetness comes from the raisins and chocolate chips. It's not completely "sugar-free"!
      Thanks for stopping by.

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  8. I love oatmeal cookies! I can actually convince myself they're healthy for me, what with all that fiber and the raisins :)
    Glad you stopped by my blog today. It's always nice to meet someone else who likes to cook and bake!

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    1. Hello Dyanne.
      as long as they're oatmeal raisin, I'll still continue to eat them!
      Thanks for returning the visit.

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  9. I am curious about this, since the cookies apparently are not using any stevia or monkfruit as sweetener (I find both have a bitter aftertaste). I wouldn't have the ambition to work extensively on any recipe. Will be curious to see the final result.

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    1. Hello Alana.
      I agree with you about stevia...I too find it has a bitter aftertaste. In fact, I think I might be allergic to it. I've not tried monk fruit before. You are correct in that I didn't add any additional sugar, but for me anyway, I found the recipe sweet enough just from the raisins and choc chips. I'm still perfecting the recipe though.
      Thanks for taking the time to comment.

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  10. I wish I could taste test them for you... I love oatmeal raisin cookies! And oatmeal chocolate chip ones, too!

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    1. Hello Jackie.
      Oatmeal raisin are without a doubt my favourite cookies! I'll send you some virtual ones so you can do some virtual tasting! (lol)
      Thanks for stopping by.

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  11. I believe Homer Simpson said it best, "D'oh!"

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