I´m Luis from Mexico, I'm a Jesuit seminarian hoping to become a Jesuit priest someday. This is a recipe I made for my seminarian brothers in a reunion we had. It´s perfect for all Hallows eve, all saints' day, all souls' day, guardian angels' day, St Michael's day, for any bakery sale at your church or just for fun!!!
"Angel Curls" Cookies
-2 cups all purpose flour-1 tsp baking soda
-1 cup sugar
-4 tsp vanilla
-6 cups quick cooking oats
-1 cup pecans
-1 cup raisins
-Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
-Mix toguether flour and baking soda, reserve
-In a separate bowl cream toguether the butter with the sugar
-Add the eggs and the vanilla to the creamed butter and mix it all toguether
-Stir in the flour with the baking soda and blend well
-Add the raisins and the pecans
-Stir the oats, 1 cup at a time and mix just until blended
-Drop mixture by spoonfulls in an ungreased cookie sheet and bake for 10 to 15 minutes or until lightly browned
-Cool 1 minute on the cookie sheet, then remove to a wire rack until they´re completly cooled
-Store in a covered container.
This recipe will give you like 7 dozen cookies!!!! I´m not kidding.
-Add 2 tsp of cinnamon to the flour and baking soda for and extra-touch
-Instead of pecans and raisins you can use walnuts, almonds, coconut, chocolate chips or anything else you want!!!
I hope you enjoy the recipe!!!!
And please, pray for me, for my brothers and for all the priestly vocations in the world, your prayers are our strength. God bless you all!
Please join me in praying for Luis and for all seminarians preparing for the Holy Priesthood!
God our Father, You have chosen Your Son, Jesus Christ, to reveal Yourself to us. You have chosen Your Church to show us Your love through Him. You have chosen Luis, your son, to be a priest as a sign of that love to Your people. We pray that the Holy Spirit continue to fill him with Your peace and joy as he prepares for the holy priesthood. We pray that through his priesthood he may proclaim the wonder of Your faithfulness and love to all through Jesus Christ our Lord! Amen.Pin It