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2.05.2016

Turn Store Bought Waffle Cookies into a Sweet and Fancy Treat

During a time in Luke's chemotherapy treatment last year when we were not hospital bound, I made, or rather, put together these iced waffle cookies as a treat for the myself and the rest of the family. Luke actually liked them without the frosting. And at 3g or sugar per cookie without frosting, not bad.

Definitely a low fuss, fun treat that is simple to make. Can I get an amen for these fun waffle cookie treats with just a few ingredients?



Ingredients:
Pizelle Waffle Iron Cookies, our were the Reko brand - store bought or make your own ( Nothing But Delicious has a great recipe.)

Frosting Ingredients:
Milk
Powdered Sugar
Add sprinkles as desired.


Directions:

Layout the waffle cookies on wax paper

Prepare simple icing:
1/2 cup of powdered sugar, add milk a tablespoon at a time, slowly, until you get a "drizzly consistency.

Drizzle icing over the pizelle waffle cookies
Add sprinkles of your choice.
Refridgerate for 15 minutes.

Enjoy!






2 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:21 PM

    As a holistic nutritionist I shudder at the thought that anyone dealing with cancer would have these sugary treats. Cancer cells feed on sugar. I realize that you were trying to give your son a special treat, but fresh fruit, and even that in moderation, would serve him far better.

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    1. Thank you so much for responding and speaking up. You are so right about sugar and cancer cells. Luke did not actually have the ones with icing. He ate a plain one. We tried very hard to omit ALL sugar from his diet during and directly after his treatment. As you can imagine this was very difficult. We significantly improved his overall diet to eating more vegetables, healthy fats, etc. Cutting out processed foods. Being back at home and at school this has become more of a challenge. I would love to know if you have any recipes!

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