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Adding Berries to Cookies?

Adding Berries to Cookies? Topic: Adding Berries to Cookies?
September 19, 2019 / By Bithiah
Question: I've never actually eaten a cookie with any type of berry in it.... only raisins, which don't really count. So I have to ask... would berries survive the cookie cooking process? Would they make the cookie soggy? Has anyone tried this? Would they need to be dried first, like raisins, or would using fresh berries be fine?
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Aimey Aimey | 10 days ago
My experience has led me to soggy cookies if the fruit is fresh. Although sometimes you can get away with socking dried berries in liquid like rum or wine etc. Also, you can mix in fresh fruit with macarons but only small amounts. Stick to dried fruit I say, unless recipe asks for it.
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Tommy Tommy
Dried berries seem to work best (cranberries, cherries, blueberries). I once tried to make white chocolate raspberry cookies, using fresh berries. It was awful, the cookies were soggy and came out a weird gray color even though I was very careful not to over-mix.
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Raymund Raymund
Ed, May I suggest... Cranberries!!!? I have been anxiously waiting the return of cranberry season so that I can make these wonderful Cranberry-studded cookies again. Here is the recipe, I think you will like them as much as I do: PUMPKIN DROP COOKIES • 3 ¾ C flour • ¼ C whole wheat flour • ¼ C wheat germ • 1 tsp baking soda • ½ tsp nutmeg --fresh grated if possible • ¾ C butter • ¼ C coconut oil • 2 C dark brown sugar • 2 eggs --omega 3 enriched if you can get them • 2 C canned pumpkin • 1 tsp vanilla • ½ C chopped walnuts OR pecans (choose walnuts for omega-3s, pecans for cancer-fighting) • 2 C dark chocolate chips Stir together dry ingredients. Beat butter for 30 seconds, cream butter and sugar till fluffy. Add egg, pumpkin and vanilla; beat well. Add remaining ingredients, mix well. Drop onto a greased cookie sheet.. Bake 8 to 10 minutes @ 375˚. Cool on a wire rack. For Cookies with Cranberries-- Wash & sort 1 bag of cranberries, discarding any that are soft. Add to dough with chips and nuts. Continue as directed. You will love these cookies hot. The cranberries come out soft and sweet and provide the perfect counter to the pumpkin and chocolate chips. Use dark chocolate chips and drink with soy milk to make these a super-healthy treat! Enjoy...
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Mathias Mathias
if you are going to use fresh berries consider making muffins instead of cookies,for these will make them soggy ,you can however purchase other dry fruits instead of the raisins , they have many for example cranberries that come in many flavours like strawberies for instance, you can purchase dry blueberries, etc...
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Jiphtah Jiphtah
There are cookies with shortbread bases and a fruit jam centers: http://img2.timeinc.net/health/images/gallery/eating/fruit-cookies-400x400.jpg If you're thinking of a chocolate chip cookie-- minus the chocolate chips and adding fruit instead, I don't know how those would turn out. I once made scones with fresh fruit and they turned out delicious but they were more like a cross between a cookie and a dense cake.
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Gord Gord
Rasiens work better than grapes. WHY becuase they are the Dried version of grapes so of course you would need to add in Dried berries or other fruits.
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