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August 19, 2008

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Bria

I would love to try these with dried cherries next time. And you're right... your cookies are perfectly formed!

Lori

WOWIE!! Granola cookies made and discussed by a granola queen!! What luck for the rest of us, this week! I love that shot of your cookie dough-ed hand with boats in the background. Much different than the way my hand looked, in Manhattan. :)

Sarah

Looks great! I am always amazed by how much you can do on that boat! :)

Cheryl Sims

It just never ends with your blog. I am running out of towels because I am constantly having to wipe the drool off my keyboard and my mouth!!! I saved your granola recipe and will make it someday--probaby cutting it in half. Thanks for visiting with me today via your blog.
Cheryl

Jules

Those cookies are just beautiful. I got a tad messy making them myself.

kim

yum, thanks for the recipe link! your cookies look perfect (and i used white choc too :) )

Caitlin

Two-fer? Three-fer? This is like a dozen-fer! That story is too cool, I'm jealous that you could do baking as a profession. Beautiful cookies.

foodlibrarian

Wow!!! These look perfect. A gold medal! The granola looks so yummy. Thanks for the recipe!

Cathy - wheresmydamnanswer

Granola cookies looks so great - what a healthy treat... These would be tasty with dried cranberries and maybe for sure the white chocolate as well - Great pictures as well.

CB

I love ladybugs! Your cookies look yummy. Might have to give your granola recipe a whirl sans raisins. Great job!
Clara @ iheartfood4thought

Hannah

Wonderful job! They look very yummy!
Love all your pictures!

Teanna

I love Bear Naked--- I can't wait to read how they came about! Those look fantastic! It looks like even the ladybugs can't resist!

Liliana

Your cookies look perfect! I am sure they tasted great! Thanks for link to your granola recipe. This is a great snack for the girls to bring to school (with no peanuts). Did I say school? YAY - only 1 week to go. Of course, I meant the girls are happy to go back - I will miss them terribly (she said with a wink).

Shari

Your cookies are perfect...you're the kitchen goddess! I love the picture of your hand covered in batter!
Shari@Whisk: a food blog

Mari

Hmmmm...I love white chocolate and cherries, what great additions to a great cookie!

Cindy King

I made the cookies. Didn't use the cherries, though. Used raisins cause I had them in the granola already. Added white Choc. Chips and semi sweet, a little of each. They came out Awesome! Definitely will make again!!! Thanks for the recipe!

Lisa

I am looking for the white chocolate and cherry granola cookie recipe. I can't seem to find it, what am I doing wrong? It is probably right here in front of my face. Please help.

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Bear Naked Granola
The recipe was easy and straightforward, giving us the choice to either make our own granola or use store bought granola. Since I only have one small rack in my EB-Oven, I decided to buy a bag of America's biggest granola sweethearts - Bear Naked Granola! This huge granola company was started by Brendan Synnott and Kelly Flatley - two middle school friends - who met in 1990 at the ages of 11 in Darien Connecticut.

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