Don’t look now, but your kids are eating fiber.
Kids need fiber. And when they’re eating these delicious cookies made with fiber-rich Kellogg’s Raisin Bran, they love getting it. It’s fiber kids love.
Giant Kellogg’s Raisin Bran cookies recipe
Copycat cooking: [Raisin] Bran cookies
Here’s a recipe that came out more than 20 years before for a very similar kind of cookie. It was syndicated nationwide, but we got the recipe via the Washington C.H. Record-Herald (Washington Court House, Ohio), published on August 24, 1976.
By CECILY BROWNSTONE
Associated Press Food Editor
DEAR CECILY: My family likes the raisin bran cookies I buy in small packages. They are made without preservatives. I am wondering whether you have a recipe from which I could make cookies similar to these. I wouldn’t always have time to bake them, but should like to do so sometimes. — WORKING MOTHER.
DEAR WORKING MOTHER: I agree with your family that the new packaged raisin bran cookies are delicious. We’ve used the ingredients listed on the package and worked out a recipe using cereal that produces a reasonable facsimile of them. The homemade cookies, of course, cost far less than the bought ones. — C.B.