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Easy Raisin Shortbread Recipe for Our Saturday Baking Activity

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Our Raisin Shortbread.

We are free this Saturday morning. Yahoo! No errands and no events (except for a birthday party this afternoon). So it’s baking time for Dindin and me. I got cheap cookie cutters in the shape of a heart, flower, and heart from Saizen last week so it is time to put them in action.

I like this recipe because it only requires three basic ingredients–flour, butter, and sugar. But I added the raisins because I like it sweet and well, variety. It is additional nutrition for Dindin, too. After all, raisins are antioxidants.

Dindin helped me mix, flatten the mixture, and then cut them into shapes. But having the raisins in the batter proved rather difficult to cut. So instead, we used the cookie cutters as molds. hihi We each filled up the cutters and then removed the shaped batter onto the cooking sheets. 😀

My little helper hard at work and with the cooked cookies. 😀

Should you want to try this yourself, here is are easy peasy Raisin Shortbread.

Raisin Shortbread Recipe
Ingredients:
1 bar melted butter
2 1/2 cups flour
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1/2 cup raisins soaked in warm water for an hour and sliced in half

Procedure:
1. Preheat oven to 200°C. Grease your cookie tins.
2. Mix the butter, flour, sugar and raisins. Knead with your hands.
3. With a rolling pin, flatten it and use the cookie cutter to make shapes.
4. Bake the cookies for about 15-20 minutes, or when the top turns golden brown.
5. Cool before serving and storing. 😀

I am not sure how long these cookies will last on the shelf. But I am sure that with kids in the house, they won’t last long. hahaha

She deserves this treat. 😀

Easy right? No mixing needed. But it is already a fun and fulfilling activity for kids. When they were cooked, Dindin relaxed and ate a couple of cookies. Nothing beats partaking the fruit of your labor, eh? hihi With this recipe, I think we made more than 30 differently-shaped cookies like the jewels of scott kay for the whole family. Enjoy mommies and daddies! 😀


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Loving Mama

Sigrid - Bacolod Blogger
Sigrid is a work at home mom and Bacolod blogger who tries to juggle taking care of the kids, homeschooling in Bacolod, covering events, designing, writing, and blogging. After finishing her degree in Mass Communications from the University of St. La Salle, she went on to become a news reporter/writer for a local daily and eventually pursued a career in advertising as a copywriter and graphics designer. After her stint in the corporate world, she became a freelance writer, contributing to national and international publications covering a variety of topics. She was a contributing food writer to COOK Magazine before she became a food and mommy blogger. She blogs at:
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20 Comments

  1. sherry ann gole cruz says:

    yay, i want to make this as a bonding time for me and my daugheter irelle

  2. Jonalyn Repalda says:

    I don’t know how to bake but the cookies Looks yummy.

  3. Aldrin Montierro says:

    Love it. Will try this recipe. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  4. Crystal Cruz says:

    gandang bonding with kids…gusto ko pong gawin kaso ala kami oven…

    1. Loving Mama says:

      If you have turbo broiler sis you can also do this 😀

  5. wow nice bonding

  6. copy the recipe and someday i will cook this… easy and kids love it..thanks

  7. marjorie bisagar says:

    wow…sana may oven din kami,,i really love to bake and magandang bonding sa mga bata ..

  8. Joy Merced says:

    Ahaha she looks happy! So cute!

  9. Gie Cruz says:

    my kids will surely love this dahil mahilig sila sa cookies . thanks for sharing!

  10. janet roxas says:

    wow.. i love that recipe

  11. Rachel Anne Del Rosario says:

    wow, it’s look like an easy receipe and a good bonding activity for both parent and kid and would love to do this in the future with my kids when they are old enough. Thanks and will copy also this recipe. 🙂

  12. Michelle Talaboc says:

    This looks yummy! I bet my kids will love this!

  13. Melanie Garciano says:

    good recipe

  14. monica almayda says:

    happy family!great bonding

  15. Maria May Ochea says:

    Yeah! I’ll try this recipe at home with my son. 🙂

  16. Marykay Marilao says:

    keep up the good works Mom and Daughter’s Raisin Shortbread Recipe..More to go…

  17. baking is something i would really like to try, but i do not have an oven. do you think you can share recipes like these i can make using my oven toaster?

    1. Loving Mama says:

      I think you can do this one in a toaster sis. The cooking time becomes less, too 😀

  18. i want to learn how to bake! can i try this recipe too!?

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