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February 21, 2010


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Hi Lucy!

Great idea these cookies. There's a chance I will bake them this week....
Have a nice sunday!



They look yummy, I'll have to give them a go !!
Vivienne x


*grin* We do so appreciate your dedication in ensuring quality levels for us. These look lovely and best of all, nice and easy. I love fussy baking sometimes, but there are days when you just need something simple and comforting. Wonderful, thanks :)


Sounds like a blissful morning! Wish I could share...Cx


ooo guess what im going to bake this afternoon, thanks Lucy xxx

Vicky Hernandez

Yummy!I love oat biscuits.


Ooh they look lovey!! wish I could get motivated to bake!


Oh yes, Lucy, I can definitely see the wholesomeness from this side of the pond.

The recipe looks like a good one to try (even without a microwave.)

Bet that the red spotty tin is empty by now. Surely those little folks came indoors after all the snow play and needed some refreshments.

Best wishes. xo

Nancy Richards

Love the pink mixing spoon, where did you get it from? we had the snow yesterday down here in cornwall, baking was done and eaten by 12!!!! Love your blog, have fun


Well, do you know what I tell myself? That the greatest gift of winter is an acute appreciation of my home and of all of the little things that make me feel safe and happy, no matter the emotional upheaval I often go through for a variety of reasons. There is nothing like a cold a day to make you rejoice in the soul-nourishing effects of a cookie or two and a cup of your favourite brew. I am in Cheshire and I woke up to a thick blanket of snow this morning and, quite frankly, I can think of no nicer surprise. My potted daffs have already opened and it all looks a bit spring-like (inside) and a bit winter-like (outside) at the same time!


Nice easy recipe, thats one for the to-do list. Thank you.

marigold jam

Oh poor things - more snow! Love how even your cookery pix are colourful with that red tin and the fab pink spoon and even a bit of colourful crochet in the background!


Sounds like a wonderful morning. I agree about baking on a cold winter day. Something about being all cozy inside and doing something so homey. These look yummy, will definitely give them a try.

I have just recently found your blog, and because of all the loveliness, colorfulness, especially your afghans, I must learn to crochet. I knit so I am hoping I can pick it up easily.

I enjoyed visiting, will be back for more.


The Garden Bell - Kate

Such a treat to hear from you on a Sunday. We are due for a blizzard this afternoon, so I too, will be inside. But, not quite seating enjoying a good read. Work ahead. Stop by my garden and leave me one of those yummie looking cookies to go with my section of tangerine this morning. You will see what I mean.

Sure hope to see your beautiful mountains again soon.

Enjoy you Sunday with Family,

Kate - The Garden Bell - <3 <3 <3


It's grey and miserable here which is fine by me as long as it doesn't turn to snow.Roll on spring.Cookies look yummy, will definitely give them a go as oat cookies are my favourite.


Nina - Tabiboo

As if Lucy!!!!!!

The do look delicious and wholesome so a big thumbs up from over here too.

I've suvived the ball pit now I'm off to have my snooze.

take care,

Nina xxxxxxxxxx


Seconding the love for the bright pink spoon! It looks like a Barbie spoon! Thanks, as always, for the cozy updates from Attic 24!


My cookie jar has a couple of oaty cookies left; it's one of your older recipes which has become a favourite around here. I'll try the new one next time.
PS. Yesterday I finished my first crochet project - Lucy and Nina inspired. Not so happy with how the multi-coloured yarn turned out but still very much in love with it! You may have a look at my blog to see it if you like.


It was sausage rolls and fruit scones and cherry scones for me this morning.


A Sunday post from Lucy? What a treat! I know exactly what you mean about the snow. For me the magic is completely gone. So sad, too bad, cause we're supposed to be getting more. Spring cannot come soon enough!


I didn't send you the snow! I promise!

(Am v. concerned about Northern snow myself as husband is now on epic journey to Buttershaw to begin new job in the morning. Eeek.)


Looks like a very easy recipe to follow Lucy! I plan on making an Apple Pie today. It's overcast here on this particular side of the pond but we're only predicted for rain until late tonight. Better enjoy this kind of wet first huh?


Lucy ~ I have to admit that I am so over the snow this year too. However, coffee, homemade oatie cookies and a copy of CL sound so much more like my type of thing! Hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend :O) xx


Mmmm, yes please!


My i just say those cookies look yummy scrummy, Just thought id share, if you google "twinks hobnobs" those are the best best cookies in the whole wide world. A lady posted them on the moneysavingexpert site and i have to say i give them 10 out of 10
lisa x

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