How to Make Nut-Free Wheat Germ Cookies
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Hi I'm Ilyse Schapiro, pediatric dietician and nutritionist here for About.com to show you how to make these great peanut-free wheat germ cookies. As a mom, I feel great about giving these to my children. The wheat germ is rich in vitamin E, which is an antioxidant, and it's packed with fiber. It's something that tastes delicious and that your kids will enjoy.So to make the peanut-free wheat germ cookies, first you need:First you're going to mix the butter, sugar, the egg, and the vanilla in a bowl together. So in a separate bowl, you're going to mix the wheat germ, flour, cinnamon, salt, and baking soda and just mix this all together. Next you're going to slowly mix the wheat-germ mixture into the sugar mixture, until everything is combined. Next you're going to drop these by the spoonful onto a greased cookie sheet. Make sure you leave enough room in between each cookie, because the dough is going to spread. And you're going to put these in the oven at 350 and bake them for about 8 minutes. So there you have it, my peanut-free wheat-germ cookies for your kids, rich in Vitamin E and fiber and absolutely delicious. For more information on peanut-free recipes for your kids, please visit About.com.