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Cookie Monster cookie recipe

Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by lamb, Dec 8, 2007.

  1. lamb

    lamb New Member

    Help! I have lost my Cookie Monster Cookie Dough recipe from 20 years ago! It was from the Sesame Street Treasury Volume 10 and my family has loved it for all these years. Christmas just isn't Christmas without Cookie Monster's cookies! Can anyone help? Thanks in advance!
  2. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Hi and welcome to Muppet Central. You might try looking for the Sesame Street Treasury books as a set on eBay or amazon.com. Additionally, Cookie Monster's Cookie Dough recipe was printed in the Sesame Street Library, I believe Volume 1 (a set of books that preceeded and have the same feel as the Treasury) and Big Bird's Busy Book or Big Book of Activities. I'm not sure if it's included in C is for Cookie, Recipes from Sesame Street though as I don't have that one myself.
    Hope this helps and happy holidays.
  3. lamb

    lamb New Member

    Thanks for your reply, Count, and will check them out. For now, do you know how I can get the recipe quickly? I have a cookie bake andswap with family on Tuesday night and no one will forgive me if I don't bring my Cookie Monster cookies. The recipe got lost in the move from Canada. HELP!
  4. Muppet Newsgirl

    Muppet Newsgirl Active Member

    Hmmm...lamb, do you remember if the cookie recipe contained any distinctive ingredients? 'Cause if you can name a few, and if you're unable to come up with the original, perhaps we can help you come up with a recipe that at least comes close.

    Update: I just went puttering around on the net, and I found a recipe called Cookie Monster's Dough. It appears to be a basic sugar cookie recipe - is that the one you're looking for?
  5. lamb

    lamb New Member

    Hi Muppet Girl

    Gee thanks for searching! I went searching too and I think I found the same one - Cookie Monster's Cookie dough - like a sugar cookie. I just didn't remember it having eggs in it - more like a shortbread. I will try it and see if it's the same. Thanks a bunch!

    Lamb :)
  6. Muppet Newsgirl

    Muppet Newsgirl Active Member

    Hey, no problem.

    The thing is, if it's a sugar cookie recipe, which is pretty basic, it shouldn't be that hard to come up with.
  7. rtgentry

    rtgentry Member

    volume one just has how to roll and cut and cook the dough.. maybe vol 2
  8. muppetperson

    muppetperson Well-Known Member

  9. mareeathome

    mareeathome New Member

    :insatiable:If you are still interested in the cookie recipe I have it posted on my blog here, with a picure of the page. It's from the
    Sesame Street Library Volume 1

    Featuring the letters A and B

    and the number 1

  10. valermac

    valermac New Member

    I have been pacing around my house all morning because I couldn't find this recipe, which i have used a million times in the last 20 something years. As a last resort i came to the computer, never thinking i could possibly find it. and lo and behold here it was, a reply to your post with the actual page displayed on the site.... I am thrilled. Who would have figured this simple recipe would be so important to so many people. thank you, thank you, thank you!:insatiable:
  11. lackeyb10904

    lackeyb10904 New Member

    cookie monster recipe from the sesame street treasury collection volume 1. It's 26 years old.
    3/4 cup butter
    1 cup sugar
    pour sugar over butter, with fork squash butter and sugar together.
    2 eggs (pour eggs over mixture)
    1 tsp vanilla (blend everything together with fork)
    2 1/2 cup flour
    1 tsp baking powder
    1 tsp salt ( mix everything together, chill in ice box for at least 1 hr)
    I always put it in the oven at 350 for about 10 min.
    I always roll dough out and cut in fun shapes :insatiable:
  12. mr3urious

    mr3urious Well-Known Member

    Sounds like a good recipe. I'm going to try making those myself. :)
  13. dwmckim

    dwmckim Well-Known Member

    For such a basic recipe, it really is a classic. My mother had taken it out of my book when i was a kid (with my permission of course) and always used it for years and years whenever she made homemade cookies! Lots of great memories around that recipe and the page it was printed on!
  14. MamaLinda

    MamaLinda New Member

    Thank you.....just googled by chance and there it was....we had a fire 11 years ago and lost so much. Books and pictures among. That recipe was just wonderful and I was thinking about it again today sooooo.....now my Grandchildren can have cookies their Dad's had years ago. Thank you so much!

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