cookies and ale Recipe

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cookies and ale Recipe
By: / Novice
Post # 1

i just wanted to share this with you all , its great to give out if you have people over on the new moon :)

hope you guys like it

Moon Cookies Recipe

2 eggs
1 cup oil
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla
5 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking soda
2 teaspoons cream of tartar powdered or colored sugar cinnamon

*make sure that you bless all ingredients before using*

hold hands over the ingredients while visualizing purifying white light

golden energy of sun-kissed grain
precious drops of cleansing rain
beams of moonlight from stem to bud
bringing joy from above
blessings of the mother
strength of the father
unity of love
so mote it be


mix cream shortening, eggs, sugar, oil, salt, and vanilla together. mix flour, baking soda, and cream tartar in separate bowl. add slowly to wet mixture until thoroughly mixed. roll into one inch balls, then shape into half moons or stars. flatten a bit with a fork. bake at 350 degrees for 10 min. after cookies have been baked sprinkle with powdered or colored sugar, and top with cinnamon. makes 8 dozen.

Witches Brew

(you can use the same prayer as well)

1 gallon apple cider (love)
1 orange (love)
1 apple (love)
3 cinnamon sticks (love, psychic powers)
1/8 teaspoon nutmeg (fidelity)
1 handful rose petals (love)


pour apple cider into large kettle. peel orange, save the peel. and squeeze its juice into the cider,discarding the pulp. tear the orange peal into one inch strips and add to mixture. core apple and cut into 1/4-inch slices. add to mixture. break the cinnamon sticks in half and add it to mixture with nutmeg. warm over low heat for 2 hours. DO NOT BRING TO BOIL. sprinkle with rose petals before serving

~darkest blessings~

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Re: cookies and ale Recipe
Post # 2
Cookies no, - witches brew abso-defo-lutely! And it can stay warm in a bowl by a big fire! Nom nom nom :D
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Re: cookies and ale Recipe
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 3
Very nice kitchen magick...but two very very important absolutely crucial question.

1. How much shortening and cream? I am a dunce in the kitchen unless I have a complete recipe and they will not be cookies but rocks if I'm not careful.

2. How yummy are these cookies? Are the kid approved? If they are I'm making them this new moon! I think it would be a great little thing to do with my daughter. She loves to help me bake (of course I handle the oven part).
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Re: cookies and ale Recipe
By: / Novice
Post # 4

oops thank you for pointing that out to me. i forgot to put that there:

1 cup shortening

2 cups sugar (cant forget that)

yes i liked them alot and im sure oyur little one will to. its perfectly safe for her to eat :)

enjoy :)

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Re: cookies and ale Recipe
By: / Novice
Post # 5

alright another thing lol

for the shortening just use butter for it lol

if anymore trouble just mail me . sorry again :)

~darkest blessings~

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Re: cookies and ale Recipe
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 6
Both good recipes. But I have just sent a mail to whiteraven on this very subject. The English language.
In England "cookies" are "biscuits". Vive la difference!
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