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    KASHI COOKIES


    Everyone heard of "Kashi Go-Lean" cereal? If you haven't, look into it... about thirty carbs per serving, 1/3 of which is fiber, & made from whole grains. Check it out:

    1. Put one serving of Kashi Go-Lean in a coffee grinder. Grind until it's like a powder.

    2. Pour into bowl and add a splash of milk. Mix until it's a cookie dough-like texture. Add milk as necessary... don't over do it though.

    3. Add berries, or topping of choice (chocolate covered raisins, etc.). I prefer goji berries...

    4. Shape your dough, slap it on a sheet, and toss 'em in the toaster oven at 320-350 degrees until brown and BOOM. Kashi Cookies.

    Throw me some rep people. Those of you on a strict diet will thank me later.

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    Sweet! I might have to try this sometime.
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    Kashi rocks. Ill be trying this stuff deff, im sure this gives a good bit of fiber also. huh?
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    Gonna try this sometime soon.

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    Sounds great, good thing I have some in the cupboard.
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    kashi is amazing!
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    You're all officially gourmet bakers. Haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by wophood View Post
    You're all officially gourmet bakers. Haha
    hahaha i wanna really try some of this. you have some really tasty ideas.
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    yup, its good ty ty
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    not to be the ahole, but dont they make cookies? :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by burymestanding View Post
    not to be the ahole, but dont they make cookies? :/
    Hahaha, yeah thats what I thought this thread was about before I clicked on it. Funny!.

    Easy way is to,

    1) Go to Store
    2) Find box of Kashi Cookies
    3) Purchase
    4) Open Box
    5) Open pre-wrapped cookie
    6) Take Bite
    7) Chew
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Hahaha, yeah thats what I thought this thread was about before I clicked on it. Funny!.

    Easy way is to,

    1) Go to Store
    2) Find box of Kashi Cookies
    3) Purchase
    4) Open Box
    5) Open pre-wrapped cookie
    6) Take Bite
    7) Chew
    They're not as healthy. Thus, the reason why you'd make them with the "go lean" cereal. If you're not super strict, then it doesn't really make a difference. But if your shaving carbs at every corner, this is a good way to do it.
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    sweet I'll try them, great snack
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    thanks for all the great ideas
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    Thanks for the Recipe.

    I had bought a box of Kashi cereal from trader joe but then I think the box was old or it was a bad batch cause I put a spoon in my mouth and the stuff was hard as rocks.

    what could of happen? The expiration date was still good.
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    The one I bought was the honey puffs which are normally softer.
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    The Go Lean Cereal contains nothing but soy protein.

    Which means I am going to stay away lol.
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    Could you use oat flour instead of kashi?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sundevil04 View Post
    Could you use oat flour instead of kashi?
    I tend to think not. The kashi already has several additives in it necessary for its previous shape and texture. It's sort of like baking cookies with the cookie dough already made and in tube. Plus, kashi has some flavor to it... plain oat flour would taste pretty awful all on its own.
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    Kashi is great, but have you guys seen the Bear Naked stuff? Its freakin incredible. They have a oatmeal raisin granola that just rocks. Comes in 2lb bags.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivethead View Post
    Kashi is great, but have you guys seen the Bear Naked stuff? Its freakin incredible. They have a oatmeal raisin granola that just rocks. Comes in 2lb bags.
    Where do you get it?
  

  
 

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