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I did a trial run on a walnut and rice crispie cookie.
Here’s what I did...I only did 1/2 a recipe, since I made it
up, I wasn’t sure if it would come good. Well, it came out
good...my only disappointment is that I wanted them to be flat -
spread out. So, after 6 minutes, I flattened then out with a dish
towel in hand. It was still not flat enough for me.

Walnut Rice Crispy Cookie
1 bar sweet butter
3/4 cup light brown sugar
1 egg
1 tea vanilla
pinch salt
1 cup flour
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
1 1/4 cup rice crispies.
(I folded the crispies in last by hand.)
350* 10 minutes in convection oven
It made 37 cookies...
This is what’s left...the head knot loves them,
he keeps running in from outside to grab them...
He said, “is that all you made?”
Other than smashing them down before I bake them
(to get them flat) do you think if I lowered the temp to 325*
would help.

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They look fine to me. When I want to flatten things I use my commercial square nosed grill spatula. image: https://www.amazon.com/New-Star-Foo...9Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU=

Those look like another odd, lumpy cookie that I have seen but the name escapes me.

Not sure about the dough consistency but using a food dipper usually shapes dough better than a spoon.

I think your resident food reviewer has already said good job.
 

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They look fine to me. When I want to flatten things I use my commercial square nosed grill spatula. image: https://www.amazon.com/New-Star-Foo...9Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU=

Those look like another odd, lumpy cookie that I have seen but the name escapes me.

Not sure about the dough consistency but using a food dipper usually shapes dough better than a spoon.

I think your resident food reviewer has already said good job.
Yes, Now I remember - the last time I made chocolate chip cookies
I used a spatula that I sprayed with Pam to flatten them out.
 

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"Odd, lumpy cookies" as Colbyt put it, look like they would taste better, to me. The flat, perfect ones look like convenience store cookies!
 

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Well, like Colby said, the food reviewer liked them...so much so, that he kept running back
to the kitchen to grab one at a time. He said, “ they’re getting better and better, but, you should have put these cookies upstairs so that I’d have to climb the stairs to get em!” :giggle:
I need to make another batch!
 

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"Odd, lumpy cookies" as Colbyt put it, look like they would taste better, to me. The flat, perfect ones look like convenience store cookies!
As I'm guessing you both know that is exactly the way it was intended. They look far more homemade.
 
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