Friday, November 4, 2011

Goat and Oat Fudge Drops

This is a goat milk version of a classic cookie favorite!

Goat and Oat Fudge Drops (No Bake Cookies)
1/2 cup butter
1/2 cup goat milk
1/2 cup cocoa powder
2 cups sugar

Combine is a sauce pan over medium heat, boil three minutes

Add,
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 cup peanut butter
3 cups oats

Drop by rounded spoonfuls onto wax paper, cool completely before eating. Enjoy!

6 comments:

Paula said...

Very simple! Missing the goat though! Again, thanks for sharing the draining bag! I finally have one now;-)))

Christy said...

Oh, I'm so glad you made one!!!

You know, you can make these with store bought milk, I wont tell the goats ;)

hoosier girl said...

Sooo glad to see goat "milk" in the recipe!!! You don't know what I was thinking from the tiny picture preview, Don't even try to imagine!

Abby Jo @ Homesteadryingracks.com said...

Hello! I want you to know I enjoy your blog immensely. We live off-grid, and I love to cook! Your recipes are fantastic..Just wanted to send you a link to our christmas giveaway "our largest drying rack" I would love for you to come over and visit. http://www.homesteaddryingracks.com/1/post/2011/11/christmas-givaway.html

Abby Jo @ Forgotten Way Farms

Christy said...

Thank you Abby Jo! I entered your drawing. Your blog is so inspiring. I added it to my feed list!

Seeing those beautiful drying racks brought back a flood of memories from back in Alaska. I used to freeze dry our clothes and baby diapers on the line before I finally got my first drying rack.

I'm going to be marketing my goat milk laundry soap soon maybe we should partner up :)

Abby Jo @ Homesteadryingracks.com said...

Wow, laundry goat soap! I will have to try some. Thanks for coming over and visiting! I have enjoyed many of your wonderful recipes. I just recently found your web store, I was drooling your gorgeous soaps. We will have to talk soon.

-Abby Jo