Sunday, February 21, 2010

Sorghum Cookies

The cookie jar is empty today, not long after I made these sorghum cookies. We had sorghum syrup from the CSA, and I used it to replace most of the honey in this recipe. (I also used whole wheat flour.) The cookies were more like little cakes, simple and honest, and very very good with a strong black tea.

4 comments:

parTea lady said...

The cookies look good - nice photo. I have never tried sorghum syrup, but I do use molasses. Thanks for the links.

Marilyn said...

I haven't had sorghum in cookies since I was a little girl, but I can still bring back that memory. Yummmm!

Angela McRae said...

That reminds me that I've been meaning to try baking something with that white whole wheat flour I was inspired to get after reading about it on your blog! (You are such a good influence!)

Southern Touch Catering said...

The corners of my mouth are dripping. I can taste the sorghum right now...oh to have one of my great grandmom's hot, buttery biscuits with home made sorghum syrup.
We have a festival here in Newnan every year and one of the vendors makes sorghum. It sure stinks but oh, the taste (definately an aquired one), but to a country girl it's heavenly.